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The seasonal adjustment method applied to eco- 
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puterized ratio-to-moving average method. The 
standard computer program used in Statistics 
Canada is the U.S. Bureau of the Census Method II, 
X-1 1 variant. Seasonal adjustment removes the 
effect of repetitive intra-year variations resulting from 
normal differences in weather, holidays with invari- 
able dates, or other events which repeat with the 
same timing. 

While seasonal adjustment allows a much better look 
at the underlying trend of a series, the adjusted 
series will contain irregular fluctuations. Small 
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smallest span of months for which the average per- 
cent change without regard to sign in the trend cycle 
is greater than that in the irregular factor. For the 
smoothest series in MCD is 1, for the most erratic 
series it is 6. Applying a moving average of the 
period equal to the MCD tends to smooth irregular 
movements which may obscure the underlying trend. 



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Canadian Statistical Review 
Selected Recent Articles 

1978 

January Library Visitors and Library Resources 

February Research Potential of Data from the Travel-to-Work Surveys 

April Small Business - Statistics versus Paper Burden 

Experimental Study - A Consumer Price Index for Low-income Families 

May Cinema Attendance Habits in Canada 

June The Meaning and the Economic Significance of Seasonality 

July Some Characteristics of Full-Time University Teachers, 1956-57 to 1977-78 

August The Housing Indicators at Hand 

October Canadian Productivity Program 

November The Measurement of the Canadian Income Distribution 

1979 

January Potential Output and the Real GNP Gap 

February A Note on the Methodology Underlying the Provincial Capital Stocks and Investment 

April System of Geographical Classifications 

May Changes in the Apparent Relative Market Positions of Manufacturers in Particular Regions, 

1967-1974 
July The Canadian and his Newspaper 

August A Statistical Study of Canadian Justice 
October Pediatric Dialysis and Transplantation in Canada 
November Measurement Problems in the Changing Pattern of International Transactions with Particular 

Reference to Canadian Experience 



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Table of Contents 



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A Note on the X-1 1-ARIMA Method of Seasonal Adjustment 
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on 1 Selected Economic Indicators - Analytical Summary 

on 2 Population Statistics 

on 3 System of National Accounts 

on 4 Labour 

on 5 Prices 

on 6 Manufacturing 

on 7 Fuel, Power, Mining 

on 8 Construction 

on 9 Food and Agriculture 

on 1 Domestic Trade 

on 1 1 External Trade 

on 12 Transportation 

on 13 Finance 



Note to Users 

This section is used to announce changes in tables 
of the Canadian Statistical Review and in related 
CANSIM series. 

Monthly or quarterly data may not add to totals due 
to rounding. 



Section 9, Table 6 - Fisheries Statistics 
This table has been removed. 



A Note on the X-11-ARIMA Method of Seasonal Adjustment 
by Estela Bee Dagum* 



I. Introduction 

The X-1 1 -ARIMA (Dagum, 1 975 and 1 979) is a new 
method of seasonal adjustment that produces better 
current seasonal adjustment when seasonality 
changes rapidly in a random manner. The latter 
characteristic is often found in many economic time 
series. 

This method consists of enlarging the unadjusted 
data with one or two years of preliminary values, at 
both ends, and then, seasonally adjusting the en- 
larged series with the moving averages of the 
Method II X-1 1 variant (Shiskin, Young and 
Musgrave, 1967). The preliminary values are extrap- 
olated from simple models which have been fitted to 
the original series. 

The X-1 1 -ARIMA can be seen as a modified version 
of the X-1 1 method where ARIMA (an acronym for 
autoregressive integrated moving averages) is a new 
available option. 

There are also several new tests incorporated into 
the automated X-1 1 -ARIMA that provide information 
on the quality of the original series and on the reli- 
ability of the seasonally adjusted data. A description 
of the ARIMA option and the tests are given in the 
following sections. 

II. The ARIMA Option 

The ARIMA option produces extrapolated values of 
the unadjusted series, for one or two years, from 
ARIMA models. The automated version generates 
only one year of projected values at both ends of the 
series, called forecasts when they are projected into 
the future and backcasts when they are projected 
into the past. 

The ARIMA models are of the Box and Jenkins 
(1970) type. These models bring together two basic 
concepts in extrapolation. The first part of ARIMA is 
AR or autoregressive, the second part is MA or 



* Estela Bee Dagum is Chief, Seasonal Adjustment and Time 
Series Analysis Staff, Statistics Canada, Ottawa, Canada. 



moving average and the I is the integration of the 
two processes into one algorithm. 

The models belong to the 'simplest' class in terms of 
their description of the real world. They do not have 
explanatory variables and the series are described 
simply by their past observed values (the autoregres- 
sive component) and lagged random disturbances 
(the moving average component). 

The basic principle is that in a time series, obser- 
vations are dependent and the nature of this depen- 
dence is of interest in itself. The observations made 
as the process continues indicate the way it evolves. 
These series possess a 'memory' of the past in the 
sense that the latest value of a series reflects to 
some extent, the previous values. 

ARIMA models summarize the main characteristics of 
a time series in a small number of parameters, they 
fulfill the principle of 'parsimony'. 

In the Box and Jenkins notation, the general multipli- 
cative ARIMA model for a series with seasonality is 
expressed as (p,d,q) (P,D,Q) S where, d is the order 
of the ordinary difference and D is the order of the 
seasonal difference applied to the original series in 
order to make it stationary. In other words, the sta- 
tistical structure of the series must be independent of 
time, this implies model stability. To correct for a 
continuous change in level due to an upward or 
downward trend, a first difference (d = 1) is applied 
to the original series Z t ; i.e. the series is W, = Z,-Z M . 
For more complex cases of deterministic or stochas- 
tic instability, higher order differences are applied. 
To correct for a stable seasonality, the seasonal 
difference D is made equal to one, and the trans- 
formed series is then Z t -Z,. s where s is the seasonal 
periodicity, equal to 12 for monthly data and to 4 for 
quarterly data. Higher order seasonal differences 
remove other kind of seasonal patterns. 

p and P indicate the ordinary and the seasonal 
autoregressive order parameters respectively. In 
other words, the number of periods that Z, is lagged. 
If p= 1, the dependent variable Z, (the unadjusted 
series) is lagged once, i.e. Z M , if P equals 1, Z, is 



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also lagged once but in the seasonal periodicity, i.e., 
Z,. s . These lagged variables are affected by the 
autoregressive parameters </> and 3> respectively, 
which measure the impact of the previous observed 
value (month, quarter) and the previous year ob- 
served value for that month or quarter, on the depen- 
dent variable Z t . 

q and Q are the moving averages order parameters 
and indicate the number of periods that the ob- 
served residuals are lagged. If q = 1, then the residu- 
als a, are lagged once; i.e., a,.! and if Q= 1 the 
residuals a, are also lagged once but in the seasonal 
periodicity, i.e. a t . s . These lagged residuals are af- 
fected by the parameters 9 and respectively, 
which measure the impact of the residuals of the 
previous value (months, quarter) and of the previous 
year value for that month or quarter, on the depen- 
dent variable Z t . 

Thus, in ARIMA models, the dependent variable Z, is 
a function of lagged dependent variables and of 
lagged residuals. 

For example, the simple quarterly ARIMA model 
(0,1,1) (0,1,1) of Z, reduces to (1) Z,= Z M + Z M 
-Z t5 + a, - 9 a,., - a, 4 + 00 a t _ 5 . 

The (1) says that Z t is equal to the previous quarter 
value Z M plus the difference between the values for 
the corresponding quarter last year and previous 
quarter last year, plus lagged residuals. 

For a crude approximation 1- 9 can be interpreted 
as the extent to which residuals incorporate them- 
selves in the subsequent history of the trend-cycle 
and 1- as the extent to which the residuals incor-' 
porate themselves in the subsequent seasonal 
pattern. 

The 9 and take values between zero and one. 
When both are equal to one, the residuals have their 
maximum impact on the subsequent evolution of the 
series. When both are equal to zero, the residuals 
have a transitory or instantaneous impact only. 

The procedure followed by model (1) to obtain an 
estimate of Z, is not new to the practicing statisti- 
cians who often use a very similar approach to get a 
projected value to compare with a figure being 
checked. 

The values of the autoregressive parameters </> and 
3> and of the moving average parameters 9 and 
vary for each series and therefore, the ARIMA 
models are very flexible and can follow well the 
systematic movement of a large class of series. 

The forecasts are robust to small changes in param- 
eter values and the one lead time forecast is optimal 
in the sense of being of minimum mean square error. 



Standing at origin t, the forecast m steps ahead of 
Z t + m , that is, Z,(m) is computed from previous ob- 
served Z's, previous forecasts of Z's, current and 
previous residuals a t . 

The extrapolation function can be a polynomial, a 
mixture of exponentials or some combinations of 
these functions depending on the model chosen. 

III. The Selection of ARIMA Models for the 
X- 11 -ARIMA 

The ARIMA models for the X-1 1 -ARIMA must fulfill 
the double condition of fitting the data well, and of 
generating 'reasonable' forecasts for each of the last 
three years of observed data. In the context of this 
method, 'reasonable' forecasts are those with a 
mean absolute error smaller than 5 per cent for well 
behaved series (e.g., Employment Males 20 plus) 
and smaller than 12 per cent for highly irregular 
series (e.g. Unemployment Females 16-19). 

To obtain good forecasts is generally a more difficult 
task than to get a good fit to the history of the se- 
ries. Because the parameter values can be affected 
by outliers in the unadjusted series and thus affect 
the forecasts, it is recommended that the identifica- 
tion of the ARIMA models be made to data whose 
extreme values have been appropriately modified. 
This recommendation is also applicable to series 
strongly affected by holdiays and trading day 
variations. 

The automated option chooses from the following 
three ARIMA models; (2,1,2) (0,1, 1) s , (0,1,1) (0,1,1) 
log and (0,2,2) (0,1,1) log. For the two latter, the 
series is first transformed by taking logarithms, and 
then modelled with (0,1,1)(0,1,1) s and (0,2,2) 
(0,1 ,1) respectively. 

The selection of these three models was made from 
a set of 12 ARIMA models tested with 174 economic 
time series of different lengths and of quarterly and 
monthly observations. 

The series were obtained from the Labour Force 
sector, the System of National Accounts, the Real 
Domestic Product by industry of origin, the Balance 
of Payments, Manufacturing, Shipments and Invento- 
ries, Consumer Price Index, Wages and Salaries, 
Employment Indexes by industrial classification, 
Construction, Domestic Trade, Consumer Credit, 
Transportation and Finance. 

The models were ranked according to how well they 
fitted the series and passed the above guidelines for 
forecasting. 

For additively seasonally adjusted series, the auto- 
matic option chooses from (2,1,2) (0,1, 1) s , 
(0,1,1)(0,1,1) s and (0,2,2)(0,1,1) s . For further details 



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on the model selection, the reader is referred to 
Lothian and Morry (1978. a) and Dagum (1979. a). 

IV. The Advantages of X-1 1- ARIMA Over 

X-11 

The main advantages of X-1 1 -ARIMA over the X-1 1 
variant are 

1) The availability of a statistical model that provides 
relevant information on the quality of the unadjusted 
data. The existence of a model that fits well the 
original series even though it does not pass the 
guidelines for extrapolation, warrants the fulfillment 
of the most fundamental principle of seasonal adjust- 
ment, that is, the series is decomposable. 

If the series has an ARIMA model, the expected 
value and the variance of the original series can be 
calculated and thus, confidence intervals can be 
constructed for the observations. This enables the 
identification of extreme values, particularly at the 
end of the series. 

2) The one lead extrapolated value from ARIMA 
models is a minimum mean square error extrapola- 
tion and can be used as a projected value or bench- 
mark for preliminary figures. 

3) If concurrent seasonal factors are applied to 
obtain current seasonally adjusted data there is no 
need to revise the series more than twice. For many 
series, just one revision will give seasonal factors 
that are 'final' in a statistical sense. 

4) The total error in the seasonal factor forecasts 
and in the current seasonal factors is significantly 
reduced for all months. Generally, a reduction of 
about 30 per cent in the bias and of 20 per cent in 
the absolute value of the total error has been found 
for Canadian and American series. 

There are several reasons for the significant reduc- 
tion of the error in the seasonal factor forecasts and 
concurrent seasonal factors. The X-1 1 -ARIMA pro- 
duces seasonal factor forecasts from the combina- 
tion of two filters: (1) the filters of the autoregressive 
integrated moving averages (ARIMA) models used to 
extrapolate the raw data; and (2) the filters that 
Method II X-1 1 variant applies to obtain the first 
revised seasonal factors. 

In this manner, the seasonal factor forecasts are 
obtained from the extrapolated raw values with a set 
of moving averages that even though its weights are 
still asymmetric, they are closer to the weights ap- 
plied to central observations as compared to the 
forecasting function of the X-1 1 variant. 

Furthermore, the trend-cycle estimate for the last 
observation is made with the symmetric weights of 



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the Henderson's moving averages which can repro- 
duce the central point of a cubic in their time span. 
This is relevant for years with turning points because 
the X-1 1 applies the asymmetric weights of the 
Henderson's filters which can adequately estimate 
only a linear trend. 

Finally, by adding one more year of preliminary data 
(with no extremes since they are projections) a 
better estimate of the variance of the irregulars is 
obtained. The latter allows a significant improvement 
in the identification and replacement of outliers 
which, as it is well known, can severely distort the 
estimates obtained with linear moving filters. For 
concurrent seasonal factors, the same observations 
are valid except that the seasonal filters are closer to 
the central filters than those corresponding to the 
seasonal factor forecasts. For this reason, the num- 
ber of revisions in the seasonal factor estimates is 
also significantly reduced. 

It was found that one year of forecasts is the best 
compromise for the majority of the series when using 
the automated option. It has been theoretically 
proven that X-1 1 -ARIMA is a minimum mean square 
seasonal adjustment method, i.e., it minimizes the 
expected value of the square of the revisions of the 
preliminary seasonal factors (Pierce, 1978). 

V. Other Main Improvements Incorporated into 
the Automated Version of the X-11 -ARIMA 1 

A set of new statistical tests have been incorporated 
into X-1 1 -ARIMA in order to assess the quality of the 
original series and the reliability of the seasonal 
adjustment, new tables, new graphs, and a new 
treatment for extreme values. A brief description of 
these improvements follows: 

1) An F test for the presence of seasonality in Table 

B-1. 

This test is based on a one-way analysis of the 
variance on the SI ratios (differences) similar to the 
one already available in Method ll-X-1 1 variant for 
the presence of stable seasonality in Table D.8. It 
differs only in that the estimate of the trend-cycle is 
made directly from the original series by a centered 
12-term moving average. 

The estimate of the trend-cycle is removed from the 
origianl series by division into or subtraction from 
the raw data for a multiplicative (additive) model. 

The value of the F ratio is printed in Table B.1. The F 
is a quotient of two variances: (1) The 'between 
months or quarters' variance which is mainly due to 
the seasonals and (2) the 'residual' variance which is 
mainly due to the irregulars. 

Because several of the basic assumptions in the F 
test are likely violated, the value of the F ratio to be 

1 The tables referred to in this section are printed by the X-1 1- 
ARIMA computer program. 



used for rejecting the null hypotheses, i.e., no signif- 
icant seasonality present, is not the one obtained 
from the tabled F-distribution. From the experimenta- 
tion with a large number of real and simulated se- 
ries, it was concluded that for a monthly series of 
about 10 years, an F value less than 3.5 indicates 
there is not enough seasonality to justify using the 
X-11 filters. 

2) A Test for the Presence of Moving Seasonality in 
Table D.8. 

The moving seasonality test is based on a two-way 
analysis of variance performed on the SI ratios (dif- 
ferences) from Table D.8 (Higginson, 1975). It tests 
for the presence of moving seasonality characterized 
by gradual changes in the seasonal amplitude but 
not in the phase. 

Contrary to the previous test for which a high value 
of F is a good indication for seasonal adjustment, a 
high value of F corresponding to moving seasonality 
is a bad sign. The F test is printed in table D.8 indi- 
cating whether moving seasonality is present or not. 
The presence of moving seasonality could be taken 
as an indication of residual seasonality when X-1 1 
without the ARIMA option is used because it forces 
stable or nearly stable seasonality for the first and 
last three years of data. This is corrected for, subse- 
quently, by the ARIMA option. 

3) A Test for the Presence of Identifiable Seasonality 
in Table D.8. 

This test combines the previous test for the presence 
of moving seasonality with the X-1 1 test for the 
presence of stable seasonality and another non- 
parametric test for the presence of stable seasonal- 
ity, the Kruskal-Wallis chi squared test, whose value 
is also printed in Table D.8. 

The main purpose of this test is to determine 
whether the seasonality of the series is 'identifiable' 
or not. For example, if there is little stable seasonal- 
ity and most of the process is dominated by strong 
moving seasonals, chances are that the seasonals 
will not be well estimated because they will not be 
properly identified by the X-1 1 program (Lothian and 
Morry, 1978.b). 

4) A Test for the Presence of Residual Seasonality in 
Table D.11. 

This is an F test applied to the values of table D.1 1 
and calculated for the whole length of the series as 
well as for the last three years. The effect of the 
trend is removed by a first order difference of lag 
three, that is, 6, - 6, 3 where 6, are values of table 
D.11. 

Two F ratios are printed at the end of the table as 



well as a message saying whether residual seasonal- 
ity is present or not for the last three years (Higgin- 
son, 1976). 



5) A Test for the Randomness of the Residuals 

The X-1 1 program uses the Average Duration of Run 
statistic to test for autocorrelation in the final esti- 
mated residuals obtained from Table D 13. This non- 
parametric test was developed by W.A. Wallis and 
G.H. Moore (1941), and is constructed on the basis 
of the number of turning points. It is efficient for 
testing the randomness of the residuals only against 
the alternative hypothesis that the errors, say, I, 
follow a first order autoregressive process of the 
form I, = pl M + e, where p is the autocorrelation 
coefficient and e, is a purely random process. 

If a process is purely random and we have an infinite 
series, the ADR statistics is equal to 1.50. For a 
series of 120 observations, the ADR will fall within 
the range 1.36 and 1.75 with a 95 per cent confi- 
dence level. Values greater than 1.75 indicate posi- 
tive autocorrelation and values smaller than 1.36 
indicate negative autocorrelation. 

This test, however, is not efficient for detecting the 
existence of periodic components in the residuals, 
which can happen when relatively long series are 
seasonally adjusted or when the relative variation of 
the seasonal component is small with respect to that 
of the irregular. To test independence of the residu- 
als against alternative hypothesis implying periodic 
processes the normalized cumulative periodogram 
has been incorporated. 

The normalized cumulative periodogram values are 
given in a table and also in a graph. By visual in- 
spection it is possible to determine if components 
with certain periodicity are present or not in the 
irregulars. 

If the residuals are the estimates of a sample real- 
ization of a purely random process and if the size of 
the sample tends to infinty, then the normalized 
cumulative periodogram tends to coincide with the 
diagonal of the square in which it is drawn. 

Deviations of the periodogram from that expected if 
the residuals were purely random can be assessed 
by use of the Kolgomorov-Smirnov test. This test is 
useful to determine the nature of hidden periodicities 
left in the irregulars, whether of seasonal or cyclical 
character and complements the information provided 
by the test for the presence of residual seasonality 
(Dagum, Lothian and Morry, 1975). 



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6) A New Table D.1 1 .A Where the Annual Totals of 
the Seasonally Adjusted Values are Equal to the 
Annual Totals of the Raw Data 

This new table D.1 1.A produces a modified season- 
ally adjusted series where the annual totals of the 
seasonally adjusted values and the raw data are 
made equal. 

The discrepancy between both annual totals is dis- 
tributed over the seasonally adjusted values of Table 
D.1 1 in such a way that minimizes the month-to- 
month or quarter-to-quarter movements of the orig- 
inally seasonally adjusted series. The procedure is 
based on a quadratic minimization of the first differ- 
ences of the annual discrepancies expressed as 
differences or ratios (Huot, 1975 and Cholette, 
1978). 

7) A Set of Quality Control Statistics 

The Statistics Canada X-1 1 version as developed in 
1975 had two statistics called Q, and Q 2 that pro- 
vided an indication of the amount and nature of the 
irregulars and the seasonal components respectively. 
A description of these statistics and their basic 
assumptions are discussed by Huot and de Fontenay 
(1973). 

Considerable research has been carried out since 
the first set of guidelines was developed and they 
are now reduced to only one Q statistic which results 
from the combination of several other measures 
(Lothian and Morry, 1978). Most of them are ob- 
tained from the summary measures of table F.2. 
Their values vary between and 3 and only values 
less than one are considered as acceptable. The 
statistics that are combined to produce the final 
Q-statistic follow: 

(1) The relative contribution of the irregulars 
over three months spans as obtained from 
table F.2, denoted by M,. 



(2) The relative contribution of the irregular 
component to the stationary portion of the 
variance; denoted by M 2 . 

(3) The value of the l/C ratio (the ratio of the 
average absolute month-to-month or quar- 
ter-to-quarter percent change in the irreg- 
ular to that in the trend-cycle) for the selec- 
tion of the Henderson moving averages from 
table D.7 denoted by M 3 . 

(4) The value of the average duration of run for 
the irregulars from table F.2 denoted by M 4 . 

(5) The MCD or QCD (the number of months or 
quarters it takes the average absolute 
change in the trend-cycle to dominate the 
average absolute change in the irregular) 
from table F 2 denoted by M 5 . 

(6) The total l/S moving seasonality ratio ob- 
tained as an average of the monthly moving 
seasonality ratios from table D.9 denoted by 
M 6 . (It is the ratio of the average absolute 
year-to-year percent change in the irreg- 
ulars to that in the seasonals.) 

(7) The amount of stable seasonality in relation 
to the amount of moving seasonality, from 
the tests of table D.8 denoted by M 7 . 

(8) A measure of the variation of the seasonal 
component for the whole series from table 
F.2 denoted by M 8 . 

(9) The average linear movement of the sea- 
sonal component for the whole series de- 
noted by M 9 . 

(1 0) Same as (8) but calculated for recent years 
only denoted by M 10 . 

(11) Same as (9) but calculated for recent years 
only denoted by M n . ■ 



References 

Box, G.E.P. and Jenkins, G.M. (1970): Time Series Analysis 
Forecasting and Control, San Francisco, Holden Day. 

Cholette, Pierre, A. (1978): "A Comparison and Assessment of 
Various Adjustment Methods of Sub-Annual Series to Yearly 
Benchmarks" Research Paper, Seasonal Adjustment and Time 
Series Analysis Staff, Statistics Canada. 

Dagum, Estela Bee (1975): "Seasonal Factor Forecasts from 
ARIMA Models" Proceedings of the International Institute of 
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Commerce. 



XI 



Observations 

Children in Canadian Families 
by Sylvia T. Wargon* 

Introduction 

The proclamation of 1979 as the "International Year 
of the Child" by the United Nations seemed a fitting 
occassion for a presentation on Canadian children 
by Statistics Canada. 

The publication "Children in Canadian Families" was 
prepared in the Social Statistics Field of Statistics 
Canada, and was recently released as a lasting 
tribute to the conferences, discussions, and interest 
in the child and the family in Canada during (or, 
throughout) 1979. 

Mainly census data have been used, supplemented 
by relevant vital statistics and family income esti- 
mates. The emphasis in this study is on the display, 
description and interpretation of data series from the 
Canadian Census not available elsewhere. In cases 
where crucial definitions and practices affecting the 
comparability of the census data have undergone 
change in recent censuses, information was espe- 
cially prepared (to the degree possible) according to 
historically comparable concepts in order to pre- 
serve a valuable data series and to facilitate the 
examination and review of trends over a 30 or 35 
year period. 

A number of important changes in the values, norms, 
and behaviour relating to marriage, family life, child- 
bearing and child-rearing have been taking place in 
Canada. "Children in Canadian Families" illustrates 
some of these changes by tracing certain demo- 
graphic features of Canadian families, mainly from 
1941 to 1976, and selected income aspects, from 
1967 to 1977. 

Recent trends in the formation of Canadian families 
of various types, and in their economic resources are 
analyzed as a background to the interpretation of 
various trend statistics on children in this country: 
their numbers, ages, parenting and living 
arrangements. 

* Sylvia T. Wargon is Senior Characteristics Officer, 

Housing & Social Characteristics, Demography Division, Statistics 

Canada. 



Summary of Main Conclusions 

According to the census trend statistics, most Cana- 
dians continue to choose traditional family forms, 
and the vast majority of them, the two-parent-and- 
children nuclear unit. In 1976, slightly more than 90 
per cent of Canadian families were reported as 
"husband-wife" families, that is, those with both 
spouses present at home. However, there has been a 
gradual transformation in the attitudes and actions of 
Canadians regarding the purpose, continuity, and 
permanence of marriage and the family unit. Canadi- 
ans no longer consider the relationship and the 
family nucleus created by first marriage, as sacred, 
eternal and primarily oriented towards child-bearing 
and child-rearing. If a marriage "does not work" or 
is not "satisfactory" to one or both partners, it may 
be voluntarily dissolved, even if young children are 
involved, and one or both spouses thus freed will in 
many cases try again a new union with another 
partner. Similar developments in the United States 
have been interpreted to mean that Americans still 
strongly favour marriage and a family existence. The 
same way be said for Canadians. 

On the other hand, increases in separation and 
divorce, particularly since the passing of Canada's 
more liberal Divorce Act in 1968, have brought 
corresponding increases in lone-parent families, 
because family dissolution is not always followed by 
family reformation. Lone-parent families still consti- 
tute a relatively small proportion of total families in 
Canada: 9.8 per cent according to the 1976 Census. 
However, the magnitude of, and recent increases in, 
lone parenthood may be somewhat underestimated 
in the Canadian census statistics because the latter 
include only those reporting themselves as lone- 
parents at the time of the census enumerations, and 
exclude those who become lone-parents but also 
eventually remarry within intercensal periods. 

Almost all of Canada's dependent children under 15 
years of age live in families with either one or two 
parents present, or, in a very small number of cases, 
if parents are absent, with other relatives in family 
households. 



XII 



Considering all "children" (as defined in the Census 
of Canada) under 25 years of age, there has been a 
shift towards more of them, particularly those in the 
younger ages, living with lone parents. However in 
1976, close to 90 per cent of Canada's children 
under 25 years of age were living in families with two 
parents present. (It should be noted that due to the 
particular aspects of the Canadian Census family 
data referred to above, it is not possible to know 
how many families with two parents present had 
previously been dissolved by divorce or death, and 
are actually the result of remarriage or cohabitation. 
Therefore, of the almost 90 per cent of children 
under 25 years of age who were reported as living 
with two parents in 1976, a certain undetermined 
proportion have already experienced the effects of 
family dissolution and re-formation). 

The presence of unmarried sons and daughters 15 
to 24 years of age, living at home, has remained 
fairly stable and at an "unexpectedly" high level 
since about 1941. In the decades preceding the 
1940s, young adults, even if in the labour force and 
financially independent, usually remained at home 
until they married. Prolongation of 15-24 year olds 
in their status as children in families in recent de- 
cades is probably largely due to the lengthening of 
their school life. The increase in the real income of 
Canadian families well into the 1970s, undoubtedly 
helped to make this possible. It is difficult to predict 
how the current underemployment of post-secondary 
graduates in certain "career" categories, and the 
recent drops in the school enrolment of young 
adults, will affect the presence of unmarried young 
adults, 15 to 24 years of age, living at home. 

Generally speaking, more young couples in Canada 
seem to be choosing to remain childless, and those 
who are becoming parents are having smaller fami- 
lies than was the case in the 1950s. On the average, 
Canadian couples are choosing to have a smaller 
number of children, and more and more of them, 
only two children. Decisions about family size are 
increasingly made in rational terms, on the basis of a 
combination of social, economic, demographic, 
housing and related factors, and competing "priori- 
ties" which determine how many children Canadian 
couples feel they can comfortably raise and educate. 
However, this does not necessarily mean that Cana- 
dians are less interested in families with children, 
and in parenthood. For various reasons, the family- 
size aspirations of contemporary Canadian couples 
are satisfied by a smaller number of children than 
was the case during the 1950s. Because of the 
drastic fall in fertility (or births) in Canada since the 
late 1950s and early 1960s, there has been a grad- 
ual decline in children in the ages 0-14 years, in 
both absolute and relative terms, At the same time, 



increases in children in their late "teens" and early 
"twenties" (or, those 15 to 24 years of age) has 
meant that Canadian children have been getting 
"older" (or, that the median age of children in Cana- 
dian families has been rising in recent years). 

Although, according to the Canadian Census family 
statistics lone-parent families still constitute a small 
proportion of total families in Canada, interest in 
such families stems from the steady increases in 
their numbers and proportions over recent years, 
and the fact that separated, divorced and never- 
married mothers in the younger ages with dependent 
children in their formative years at home, have made 
the most considerable contributions to this rise. 

More young children nowadays (than in the 1950s 
and 1960s) are in the care of, and depend upon, 
one parent only, and this lone parent is usually the 
mother. This is mostly because of rising rates of 
separation and divorce among the young, because 
parenthood outside of wedlock is generally assumed 
by females, because men re-marry more readily than 
women, and because mothers still usually obtain 
custody of children when a marriage is legally 
dissolved. 

In connection with these developments, there is 
concrete cause for concern. Family income of lone- 
parent familes with female heads has been concen- 
trated at the lower end of the income distribution 
from 1967 to 1977. Although 1977 family income 
estimates prepared at Statistics Canada seem to 
indicate some small improvement, over 1975, in the 
income position of lone mothers, it is still too early to 
know whether this signals the beginning of an up- 
ward trend, or whether it is merely a temporary 
fluctuation. In any case, the income of families 
headed by lone mothers in the younger ages re- 
mains lower than the family income of two-parent 
families, and of families headed by lone fathers. 

Current rates of separation and divorce among the 
young signify that there will continue to be increas- 
ing numbers of young mothers charged with the 
responsibility of supporting, raising, and educating 
one or more young children alone. Compounded with 
the problems of an uncertain economy, this could 
bring with it a greater burden on the community's 
resources, not to speak of the discomfort it will 
certainly entail for those parents and children who 
find themselves in need and unable to subsist on 
their own, let alone achieve their goals. 

This should be of utmost concern to policy makers in 
the welfare and income assistance areas as well as 
to those more generally involved in dealing with the 
problems of disadvantaged families and children in 
the community. 



XIII 



Judging from the vantage point of what are now 
considered as "traditional" family and children- 
related norms (for example, large family size mea- 
sured in terms of number of children, lower fre- 
quency of family dissolution due to separation and 
divorce, etc.), the Atlantic provinces, and in particu- 
lar Newfoundland are Canada's most family-, and 
children-oriented provinces. On the other hand, 
Ontario and the Western provinces, particularly 
British Columbia, and increasingly Alberta, represent 
the opposite pole. Quebec is unique in the sense 
that, in some respects, it retains traces and vestiges 
of the more "traditional" family constellations found 
in the Atlantic provinces, but in other respects, it 
increasingly reveals the kinds of patterns found in 
Ontario and the two most westerly provinces. 

In view of the fact that Newfoundland and the Mari- 
time provinces represent a relatively small share of 
Canada's total population and children, we may 
anticipate the gradual eclipse and disappearance of 
the more traditional types of family patterns found 
there. Furthermore, the Atlantic provinces have the 
lowest average family income, and the highest inci- 
dence of "low income" families among the regions. 
On the other hand, in Ontario, Alberta and British 
Columbia, the higher frequency of lone mothers in 
the younger ages, with young children at home may 
not pose problems of income inadequacy to the 
same degree as in "poorer" regions, but will most 
certainly entail all the additional problems which 
arise when lone mothers in the younger ages are 
rearing one or more children alone. 



Conclusion 

In demographic and statistical terms, "poor" fami- 
lies, lone-parent families and families disadvantaged 
in certain ways constitute a small proportion of all 
Canadian families. Nevertheless, it is their absolute 
numbers, their increase in absolute terms, and their 
problems in human terms which are important, and 
which deserve attention from the community at large. 
Psychologists, social scientists, and a variety of 
social practitioners must be prepared to examine, 
assess, treat and resolve the problems that the 
apparent continuing increase in such families is 
bound to create at the individual, family unit and 
community levels in this country. 

In Canada, a goal to be aimed for is the maximi- 
zation of our childrens' "life chances". The availabil- 
ity of opportunities, and the required economic 
means to develop their innate and acquired capaci- 
ties and abilities, would in turn permit this contry's 
future citizens to contribute to the development and 
to the enhancement of the quality of life in this 
country. 

For more information please contact, Sylvia T. War- 
gon, (613-995-7946) Housing and Social Charac- 
teristics Staff, Social Statistics Field, Statistics 
Canada, Ottawa, Ontario. 

Copies of Children in Canadian Families (Catalogue 
No. 98-810 Price $4.25 in Canada $5.10 elsewhere) 
can be obtained from Publications Distribution, 
Statistics Canada, Ottawa K1A 0T6. ■ 



XIV 



Section 1 ■ Selected Economic Indicators 
Analytical Summary 

1.7 Charts 

8.11 Analytical Summary 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 



Billions of dollars 
260 



(Ratio Scale) 




4 1971 Dollars 




— 








— 


— 



Personal Expenditure on Consumer Goods and Services 



:= 




^^^ ~ 






^^^^^^ IZI 


~ 5 Current Dollar 


s ^^"■"""^ 


E 


E^— — *" 




— 



80 

70 

58 
54 
50 

46 
32 
30 
28 
26 

24 

Business Gross Fixed Capital Formation 

Implicit Price Indexes, 1971=100 

200 
180 



— 




— 


6 1971 Dollars 




" — 


— ' — *— 




— 


— 




— 



160 




7 Gross National Expenditure 




150 



210 



190 



170 



8 Personal Expenditure on Consumer Goods and Services 




9 Business Gross Fixed Capital Formation 
1977 1978 

"At Annual Rates 



Percentage Change 
6 











— Implicit Price Indexes, 1971=100 




1979 



1977 



1978 



1979 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 

Real Domestic Product by Industry, Volume Indexes, Quarterly, 1971=100 



Indexes 1971=100 
145 



(Ratio Scale) 




Percentage Change 
4 



100 



150 



140 



130 



145 



3 Construction 




4 Trade 




125 



150 



5 Service Producing Industries 




6 Index of Industrial Production (Monthly) 

Canadian Balance of International Payments 

Millions of Dollars. Quarterly 




2 

-2 

6 
4 
2 

-2 

6 
4 
2 

-2 
-4 
-6 

4 
2 

-2 

-4 

4 
2 

-2 

6 
4 
2 

-2 











1 


























2 














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^^^ 














3 
























4 








\ " 




5 










l^rh 


1 1 


__ _ 


1 V" *-'" 


■ y^ M 



(Arithmetic Scale) 



Net Official Monetary Movements 

Millions of Dollars, Quarterly 
1,500 



(Arithmetic Scale) 




7 Current Account Balance 

1977 1978 



1979 



1977 



1978 



1979 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 



Millions of Dollars 



(Ratio Scale) 




Percentage Change 
6 



8,000 

1 Total Labour Income 

Wages and Salaries 

2,600 
2,400 
2,200 




2,000 



5 Services 



Labour Force Survey 

Thousands of Persons 



12,000 



10,000 




9 Unemployment Rate 
1977 




6 

§1 

-12 



5^? 




Labour Force Survey 

Percentage Change 
3 







-3 



- ■■ 



1978 



1979 



1977 



1978 



1979 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 



Employment Indexes, 1961=100 

Indexes 1961=100 
155 



5 Services 
Dollars per Hour 
7.6 



Hours 
41 



39 



6 Average Hourly Earnings in Manufacturing 



37 



"T 5 ^ 



7 Average Weekly Hours in Manufacturing 
1977 1978 



Ratio Scale) 




Percentage Change 
2 




■■ - 



_ 2 



— 



r*nrtT |^' 



£ 



t 



Pi 


















■■ m-M L 









"-to 



- 



1979 



1977 



1978 



1979 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 




(Ratio Scale) Percentage Change 
40 



1 Ratio of Manufacturing Inventories Owned to Shipments 
Thousands of Units 
130 




2 New Passenger Car Sales 
Millions of dollars 
1,400 




3 Value of Building Permits 
Thousands of Units 
300 




100 



4 New dwelling Units Started (Centres of 10,000 and Over) 



Value of Retail Trade 

Millions of Dollars 
8,000 
7,000 
6,000 
5,000 

4,000 




8 Merchandise Exports (Including Re-Exports) 




9 Merchandise Imports 

1977 1978 



20 



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20 



— -20 



£^ 



20 



-20 



20 



^■' ^ ■■As^ 



o -» 



- ■ ■ .. 



-20 



5 



w 



1979 



1977 



1978 



1979 



Selected Economic Indicators 



Millions of Tons 
30 



(Adjusted for Seasonality) (Ratio Scale) Percentage Change 

14 



(Adjusted lor Seasonality) 




3 Govt, of Canada Average Bond Yield (10 Years and Over) 



Price Indexes 

Indexes 1971=100 
220 



180 



(Not Adjusted for Seasonality) 



140 



280 




4 Consumer Price Index, Total 




6 Industry Selling Price Index (Gross Weighted Total) 

1977 1978 1979 




Price Indexes 

4 



(Not Adjusted for Seasonality) 




1977 



1978 



1979 



Section 1 

Selected economic indicators- analytical summary 1 



January 1980 









Personal expenditure 






Impl 


cit price indexes 












Personal 












on consumer goods 


Total gross 


Gross 


expend- 




Real domestic 


product 


Years, 


Gross national 


product 


and services 


lixed capital 


formation 


national 


iture on 


Total 


indexes 




quarters 














expenditure 


consumer 


gross fixed 






and 


Current 


1971 


Current 


1971 


Current 


1971 


1971 


goods and 


capital 




Manu- 


months 


dollars 


dollars 


dollars 


dollars 


dollars 


dollars 


dollars 


services 


formation 


Total 


facturing 


Section/ 
























Table 


S3/T1.1 


S3/T1.3 


S3/T1.2 


S3/T1.3 


S3/T1 2 


S3/T1 3 


S3/T1.8 


S3/T1.8 


S3/T1.8 


S3/T2 1 


S3/T2.1 




( 




$000,000 






) 


( 


1971 = 100 


) 


( 1961/71 


= 100 ) 


1961 


39,646 


54,741 


25,930 


33,761 


8,392 


11,748 


72.4 


76.8 


71.4 


100.0 


100.0 


1962 


42,927 


58,475 


27,452 


35,272 


8,885 


12,278 


73.4 


77.8 


72.4 


107.0 


109.1 


1963 


45,978 


61,487 


29,225 


36,992 


9,556 


12,841 


74.8 


79.0 


74.4 


112.9 


116.5 


1964 


50,280 


65,610 


31,389 


39,218 


11,205 


14,549 


76.6 


80.0 


77.0 


120.6 


127.6 


1965 


55,364 


69,981 


33,947 


41,606 


13,179 


16,259 


79.1 


81.6 


81.1 


129.4 


139.2 


1966 


61,828 


74,844 


36,890 


43,778 


15,361 


18,015 


82.6 


84.3 


85.3 


138.2 


149.8 


1967 


66,409 


77,344 


39,972 


45,863 


15,628 


17,942 


85.9 


87.2 


87.1 


143.0 


154.2 


1968 


72,586 


81,864 


43,704 


48,138 


15,754 


17,964 


88.7 


90.8 


87.7 


151.0 


163.6 


1969 


79,815 


86,225 


47,492 


50,353 


17,232 


18,850 


92.6 


94.3 


91.4 


160.3 


175.9 


1970 


85,685 


88,390 


50,327 


51,526 


18,015 


18,904 . 


96.9 


97.7 


95.3 


164.0 


173.6 


1971 


94,450 


94,450 


55,616 


55,616 


20,800 


20,800 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


1972 


105,234 


100,248 


62,208 


59,841 


23,051 


21,955 


105.0 


104.0 


105.0 


105.5 


107.1 


1973 


123,560 


107,812 


71,278 


63,879 


27,848 


24,384 


114.6 


111.6 


114.2 


113.6 


117.6 


1974 


147,528 


111,678 


83,388 


67,160 


34,260 


25,694 


132.1 


124.2 


133.3 


119.0 


122.0 


1975 


165,343 


113,005 


96,995 


70,645 


40,044 


26,661 


146.3 


137.3 


150.2 


119.8 


114.3 


1976 


191,166 


119,116 


110,655 


75,093 


44,895 


27,389 


160 5 


147.4 


163.9 


126.1 


120.8 


1977 


209,379 


121,949 


122,425 


77,272 


48,193 


27,243 


171.7 


158.4 


176.9 


130.1 


124.1 


1978 


230,407 


126,127 


135,220 


79,563 


52,028 


27,209 


1827 


170.0 


191.2 


135.3 


133.8 



Percentage change from previous quarter 



977-1 


2.0 


0.9 


2.5 


0.3 


2.8 


0.6 


1.1 


2.2 


2.1 


0.9 


2.2 


2 


2.7 


0.5 


1.7 


-0.5 


2.4 


-0.1 


2.2 


2.1 


2.5 


0.6 


0.3 


3 


20 


0.5 


2.5 


0.6 


2.5 


0.3 


1.5 


1.9 


2.2 


0.8 


0.3 


4 


2.5 


1.4 


2.7 


0.8 


-0.4 


-1.7 


1.1 


1.8 


1.3 


0.5 


1.0 


978-1 


2.1 


0.6 


2.5 


1.0 


0.7 


-1.4 


1.5 


1.5 


2.1 


1.4 


2.0 


2 


3.0 


0.9 


2.4 


0.7 


5.2 


2.8 


2.1 


1.6 


2.3 


1.0 


3.4 


3 


2.4 


1.1 


3.0 


1.2 


2.0 


04 


13 


1.8 


1.6 


1.2 


2.7 


4 


2.1 


0.7 


2.3 


0.0 


2.5 


0.4 


1.4 


2.3 


2.1 


1.2 


2.2 


979-1 


4.3 


1.5 


34 


1.5 


2.3 


O.Or 


27 


1.9 


2.2 


0.5 


0.2 


2 


2.6 


-0.7 


2.1r 


-0.3 


3.3 


1.4 


3.3 


2.4 


1.9 


-0.2 


-1.7 


3 


3.6 


1.3 


3.8 


1.3 


5.8 


4.0 


2.3 


2.5 


1.8 


\At 


1.7r 



Information in this Section is selected from the sections and tables of the Review; tor example, Section 3, Table 1.1 is identified as S3/T1.1. 

"Actual data 

Note: Percentage changes are based on seasonally ad|usted data unless otherwise indicated Monthly and quarterly series and their CANSIM identifiers appear in Sections and 

Tables identified at the head of the data columns. 



January 1980 

Selected economic indicators- analytical summary 



Section 1 /Continued 











Balance ot international payments 






Wages and 


salaries 












Net 


Net 


Years, 


Real domestic 


product indexes 




Current 


Net 


errors 


official 


Total 










quarters 








Industrial 
production 


account 
balance 


capital 
movement 


and 
omissions 


monetary 
movements 


labour 
income 


Manu- 
facturing 


Con- 
struction 


Trade 


Services 


and 


Construction 


Trade 


Services 


months 




























Section/ 


S3/T2.1 


S3/T2 .1 


S3/T2.1 


S3/T2.2 


S3/T3.1 


S3/T3.3 


S3/T3.3 


S3/T3.3 


S4/T2 


S4/T2 


S4/T2 


S4/T2 


S4/T2 


Table 


( 


1961/71 


= 100 


) 


( 






$000,000 








) 




100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


-928 


1,063 


157 


292 


20,399.4 


5,828.8 


1 ,493.4 


2,754.0 


3,424.4 


1961 


105.0 


106.5 


106.2 


108.5 


-830 


1,129 


-145 


154 


21,815.6 


6,232.1 


1,613.6 


2,970.4 


3,758.2 


1962 


107.1 


111.8 


113.2 


115.4 


-521 


634 


32 


145 


23,262.4 


6,640.1 


1,693.4 


3,184.1 


4,0989 


1963 


116.4 


120.3 


121.5 


126.0 


-424 


675 


113 


364 


25,366.6 


7,238.9 


1,890.3 


3,430.5 


4,567.2 


1964 


128.7 


130.2 


130.4 


136.7 


-1,130 


1,527 


-239 


158 


28,201.4 


7,997.4 


2,262.1 


3,738.9 


5,138.3 


1965 


139.7 


138.2 


140.4 


146.8 


-1,162 


985 


-182 


-359 


31,877.9 


8,889.8 


2,686.3 


4,098.3 


5,909.2 


1966 


137.6 


144.2 


152.4 


152.5 


-499 


1,020 


-501 


20 


35,3032 


9,530.1 


2,833.1 


4,493.1 


6,973.2 


1967 


142.2 


150.0 


160.4 


162.3 


-97 


1,230 


-784 


349 


38,444.4 


10,157.1 


2,899.4 


4,914.0 


7,918.3 


1968 


146.1 


158.0 


171.4 


173.4 


-917 


1,201 


-219 


65 


43,064.5 


11,088.2 


3,243.2 


5,549.7 


9,220.6 


1969 


143.5 


160.5 


178.7 


175.9 


1,106 


811 


-387 


1,663 


46,705.8 


11,588.8 


3,435.9 


6,053.6 


10,388.7 


1970 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


431 


1,694 


-1,348 


896 


51,528.1 


12,293.4 


4,214.9 


6,561.9 


11,575.9 


1971 


102.4 


109.2 


104.2 


107.5 


-386 


2,060 


-1,455 


336 


57,570.0 


13,580.9 


4,580.9 


7,413.5 


12,902.7 


1972 


107.5 


118.9 


108.8 


118.1 


108 


75 


-650 


-467 


66,501.2 


15,527.8 


5,611.4 


8,523.7 


14,741 7 


1973 


112.6 


128.0 


115.0 


122.2 


-1,460 


2,351 


-867 


24 


79,844.0 


18,124.6 


6,730.3 


10,193.1 


17,622.3 


1974 


116.7 


128.8 


119.9 


114.9 


-4,757 


5,555 


-1,203 


-405 


93,289.3 


19,932 7 


8,121.0 


11,985.6 


21,087.7 


1975 


122.8 


135.1 


125.7 


121.3 


-3,842 


8,022 


-3,658 


522 


107,9140 


22,794.7 


8,521.3 


13,627.3 


25,144.8 


1976 


121.8 


136.5 


129.9 


125.2 


-4,299 


4,729 


-1,851 


-1,421 


119,002.5 


24,716.8 


9,245.8 


14,449.7 


28,106.4 


1977 


120.7 


140.9 


134.0 


132.4 


-5,302 


3,740 


-1,737 


-3,299 


129,884.6 


27,203.9 


8,929.3 


15,595.0 


31,013.5 


1978 



Percentage change from previous quarter 











(*) 


(*) 


(*) 


(*) 














02 


-2.0 


0.4 


0.2 


-1,150 


2,374 


-1,162 


-12 


2.8 


2.3 


4.5 


0.7 


3.4 


2-1977 


-0.7 


1.4 


0.8 


0.6 


-1,325 


324 


-134 


-352 


2.8 


2.5 


1.3 


1.6 


4.0 


3 


-1.1 


0.7 


0.9 


1.0 


-771 


1,643 


-1,023 


-291 


1.9 


1.6 


0.5 


2.0 


1.8 


4 


-0.9 


1.2 


1.1 


1.6 


-954 


350 


-463 


-1,594 


1.7 


2.4 


-5.8 


2.8 


2.0 


1-1978 


3.9 


0.8 


0.2 


1.6 


-1,246 


3,284 


-1,304 


576 


2.6 


3.3 


2.4 


1.1 


25 


2 


-2.7 


1.1 


1.0 


2.0 


-1,337 


-1,070 


-1,028 


-2,586 


2.0 


24 


-3.0 


2.4 


2.1 


3 


-1.9 


-0.1 


0.8 


2.6 


-1,765 


1,176 


1,058 


305 


2.9 


2.8 


0.6 


1.8 


3.3 


4 


-3.0 


1.6 


1.0 


1.0 


-1,447 


5,010 


1,780 


1,029r 


2.3 


4.4 


0.6 


3.8 


1.0 


1-1979 


03 


-0.8 


0.1 


-1.2 


-1,476 


2,414 


-29 


1,440r 


3.1a 


2.3 


4.4 


3.2r 


3.7 


2 


-0.1r 

Percentage 


2.0r 
change from 


1.0r 

previous 


2.4r 

month 


-1,165 


1,032 


-680 


307 


3.0r 


2.6r 


3.8r 


3.4r 


3.1a 


3 








0.4 










0.4 


0.7 


-1.9 


-0.3 


08 


N-1977 








0.1 










1.4 


0.3 


4.6 


2.8 


1.3 


D 








0.2 










-0.6 


0.1 


-9.2a 


0.1 


-0.7 


J- 1978 








1.7 










1.5 


2.4 


2.7 


0.9 


1.6 


F 








0.3 










0.7 


0.6 


-1.4 


1.0 


1.4 


M 








1.1 










0.3 


0.3 


2.3 


-0.3 


0.6 


A 








-1.4r 










1.0 


1.7 


0.2 


-0.1 a 


0.1 


M 








2.0 










1.8 


1.9 


0.1 


1.4 


1.1 


J 








-0.2 










-0.4r 


-0.3 


-2.7 


0.3 


0.2 


J 








0.1 










0.6 


0.5 


-2.9 


1.4 


1.2 


A 








4.0 










1.2 


1.4 


4.7 


0.7 


1.0 


S 








-0.6r 










0.7 


0.5 


-1.2 


0.1 


1.8 


O 








0.6 










1.3 


1.5 


-0.9 


0.8 


0.3 


N 








0.5 










0.7 


0.3 


1.2 


0.7 


09 


D 








0.4 










0.4 


3.2 


-1.1a 


2.2 


-0.9 


J-1979 








-0.2 










0.7 


0.6 


0.2 


0.4 


0.8 


F 








0.7 










1.7 


0.1 


3.5 


1.6 


2.0 


M 








-1.7 










0.1 


0.6 


-0.2r 


0.5 


0.5 


A 








0.8 










1.7 


1.8 


2.9 


1.9 


1.3 


M 








-0.9 










1.3 


0.8 


0.6 


0.3 


2.0 


J 








2.1 










0.7 


1.2 


1.0 


1.3 


0.7a 


J 








0.1r 










0.9r 


-o.v 


0.5r 


1.4a 


0.5 


A 








2.1c 










Q.7r 


0.8r 


2.2r 


0.8a 


0.8r 


S 








-0.8 










0.6 


0.3 


-2.8 


-0.4 


0.4 


O 



Section 1 /Continued 

Selected economic indicators- analytical summary 



January 1980 



























Ratio of 






New 


























manu- 






dwelling 






















Average 


Average 


facturing 






units 






Labour 


force 






Employment indexes 




hourly 


weekly 


inven- 


New 




started 


Years. 

quarters 

and 




















earnings 
in 


hours 
in 


tories 
owned 


passen- 
ger 


(< 
Building 


entres of 








Unem- 


Industrial 










10.000 






Unem- 


ployment 


com- 


Manu- 


Con- 






manu- 


manu- 


to ship- 


car 


permits 


and 


months 


Total 


Employed 


ployed 


rate 


posite 


facturing 


struction 


Trade 


Services 


facturing 


facturing 


ments 


sales 


total 


over) 


Section/ 
Table 


S4/T3 


S4/T3 


S4/T3 


S4/T3 


S4/T9 


S4/T9 


S4/T9 


S4/T9 


S4/T9 


S4/T15 


S4/T16 


S6/T1 


S6/T13 


S8/T1 


S8/T6 




( 


000'S of 


persons 


) 


( 


1961 = 100 




) 


$ 






units $000,000 




1961 










100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


99.9 


100.0 


1.83 


40.6 


2.22 


437,319 


2,244.3 


92,741 


1962 










102.2 


103.8 


101.1 


101.2 


101.6 


1.88 


40.7 


2.15 


502,565 


2,516.6 


102,008 


1963 










104.3 


106.2 


100.0 


103.5 


105.9 


1.95 


40.8 


2.06 


557,787 


2,823.2 


118,512 


1964 
1965 










108.2 


111.1 


104.1 


108.1 


114.6 


2.02 


41.0 


2.00 


616,759 


3,267.6 


133.562 










114.3 


117.2 


117.5 


114.3 


125.9 


2.12 


41.0 


2.01 


708,716 


3,809.6 


135,218 


1966 










120.7 


123.5 


128.8 


122.1 


139.1 


2.25 


40.8 


2.05 


694,620 


3,715.1 


108,329 


1967 










122.6 


123.2 


122.2 


125.8 


153.1 


2.40 


40.3 


2.14 


679,435 


4,067.8 


131,858 


1968 










122.7 


122.1 


119.6 


129.4 


157.4 


2.58 


40.3 


2.00 


741,915 


4,775.7 


162,267 


1969 










127.0 


125.2 


119.1 


136.5 


171.8 


2.79 


40.0 


1.98 


760,803 


4,895.6 


169,739 


1970 


8,395 


7,919 


476 


5.7 


127.1 


122.8 


113.9 


139.2 


178.5 


3.01 


39.7 


2.13 


640,360 


4,700.2 


150,999 


1971 


8,639 


8,104 


535 


6.2 


127.8 


121.6 


115.5 


140.3 


186.4 


3.28 


39.7 


1.98 


780,762 


5,730.1 


180,948 


1972 


8,897 


8,344 


553 


6.2 


129.9 


123.7 


109.3 


146.2 


193.5 


3.54 


40.0 


1.88 


858,959 


6,463.6 


206,954 


1973 


9,276 


8,761 


515 


5.5 


135.9 


129.9 


109.9 


155.3 


206.1 


3.85 


39.6 


1.81 


970,828 


8,558.9 


211,543 


1974 


9,639 


9,125 


514 


5.3 


142.8 


133.8 


117.1 


165.7 


224.0 


4.37 


38.9 


1.92 


942,797 


9,280.1 


169,437 


1975 


9,974 


9,284 


690 


6.9 


141.1 


126.3 


117.1 


168.5 


231.9 


5.06 


38.6 


2.12 


989,280 


10,598.0 


181,846 


1976 


1 0,206 


9,479 


727 


7.1 


144.1 


128.1 


113.8 


172.2 


242.8 


5.76 


387 


2.02 


946,488 


12,199.3 


209,762 


1977 


10,498 


9,648 


850 


8.1 


144.3 


126.3 


110.9 


169.6 


250.1 


638 


38.7 


1.98 


991,398 


12,419.8 


200,201 


1978 


10,882 


9,972 


911 


8.4 


146.5 


127.6 


99.6 


173.7 


260.7 


6.84 


388 


1.83 


988,890 


13,134.7 


178,678 



Percentage change from previous quarter 



























(*) 








1978-1 


0.9 


1.0 


0.7 


0.0 


1.2 


0.5 


-5.7 


3.0 


2.9 


1.1 


-1.1 


1.94 


3.2 


-3.1 


19.3 


2 


1.1 


1.0 


2.3 


1.2 


0.1 


0.3 


-0.7 


-0.1/ 


-0.1 


1.1 


1.3 


1.85 


0.9 


7.0 


-34.2 


3 


1.0 


1.1 


-0.1 


-1.2 


1.1 


1.3 


-3.1 


1.3 


0.8 


2.6 


0.3 


1.81 


4.4 


1.6 


62 


4 


0.5 


0.7 


-2.3 


-2.8 


02 


0.7 


-1.1 


-0.3 


1.0 


2.0 


0.3 


1.73 


-16.1 


8.7 


-0.1/ 


1979-1 


1.1 


1.4 


-2.0 


-2.4 


1.1 


1.1 


-1.9 


1.1 


1.5 


1.9 


-0.3 


1.79 


15.8 


-12.6 


-5.1 


2 


0.1 


0.4 


-3.1 


-3.3 


04 


0.3 


0.4 


0.7 


-0.3 


2.3 


0.0 


1.87 


-3.2 


10.0 


-10.1 


3 


0.5 


1.0 


-6.2 


-6.9 


1.1 


0.8r 


1.8/ 


2.2r 


2.2/ 


2.5 


-0.4/ 


1.88 


6.2 


10.9/ 


0.1r 


4 


1.4 


1.3 


3.2 


1.4 

























Percentage change from previous month 



1977-0 


0.3 


0.2 


1.5 


1.2 


-0 1 


-0.5r 


0.0 


-0.5/ 


0.2 


00 


0.0 


1.96 


9.2 


-15.9/ 


-7.5/ 


N 


0.1 


0.0 


1.2 


1.2 


-0.6r 


-0.2/ 


-1.3/ 


-0.4 


-0.2r 


0.8 


-0.3/ 


1.99 


1.8 


14.2 


1.0 


D 


0.1/ 


0.0 


0.9 


1.2 


-0.2 


-0.4/ 


0.1 


0.0 


-0.7/ 


0.6 


0.8 


1.97 


-13.1 


5.3 


14.6 


1 978-J 


0.2 


0.4 


-2.0/ 


-2.4r 


1.2 


0.6 


-4.0/ 


2.7 


2.7 


-0.2/ 


-2.8 


1.96 


11.3 


-6.7 


8.4 


F 


0.5 


0.5 


0.9 


0.0 


0.6 


0.3 


-2.3 


0.7 


1.4 


0.6 


2.6 


1.95 


4.0 


-7.5 


-4.4 


M 


0.7 


0.5 


3.4 


3.6 


-0.1 


0.1 


0.4 


-0.2r 


-0.5/ 


0.6 


-1.3/ 


1.90 


-3.6r 


4.3 


10.6 


A 


O.Or 


0.1 


-0.9/ 


-1.2/ 


-0.1 


0.1 


-0.5r 


-0.2r 


-0.2/ 


0.0 


10 


1.88 


3.2 


8.7 


-34.5 


M 


0.4 


0.4 


1.2 


0.0 


0.1 


0.1 


-0.2/ 


-0.3 


-0.1/ 


0.6 


0.5 


1.86 


-2.7r 


-3.3 


-7.0 


J 


0.4 


0.4 


-0.4 


0.0 


0.3 


0.0 


1.5 


0.6 


0.0 


0.3 


-0.3r 


1.82 


1.9 


1.7 


0.2 


J 


0.4 


0.6 


-1.6 


-2.4/ 


0.6 


1.0 


-2.8 


0.7 


1.0 


0.9 


0.5 


1.82 


-1.2/ 


0.7 


6.2 


A 


0.2 


0.1 


1.5 


1.2 


0.3 


0.2 


-2.4 


0.9 


-0.7/ 


1.2 


-0.3/ 


1.86 


-1.1/ 


0.0 


10.1 


S 


0.2 


0.1 


1.2 


1.2 


0.1 


0.4 


1.3 


-0.7/ 


0.8 


1.4 


0.0 


1.75 


18.1 


2.7 


-11.8/ 





-0.1r 


0.3 


-3.6 


-3.5 


-0.1/ 


-0.1/ 


-0.5 


-0.3 


0.5 


0.0 


-0.3/ 


1.74 


-19.5r 


5.0 


8.0 


N 


0.3 


0.2 


0.8 


0.0 


0.1 


0.4 


-1.5 


0.1 


-0 1 


0.9 


0.5 


1.74 


-8.0 


-5.2/ 


12.2 


D 


0.3 


0.5 


-1.2 


-1.2 


04 


0.5 


1.2 


0.4 


0.9 


0.3 


0.8 


1.72 


-2.7/ 


16.5 


-285 


1979-J 


0.8 


0.9 


0.2 


0.0 


0.7 


0.5 


-2.3r 


1.1 


08 


1.1 


-0.5 


1.78 


13.4 


-24.4r 


40.4 


F 


-0.2 


0.0 


-2.8/ 


-2.5/ 


0.1 


0.5 


0.0 


-0.3/ 


0.1 


0.1 


-1.0 


1.80 


5.9 


-2.9 


-32.4 


M 


0.4 


0.4 


0.5 


0.0 


-0.1/ 


-0.8r 


0.3 


-0.2r 


0.1 


0.7 


0.8 


1.79 


8.9 


26.0 


16.4 


A 


0.1r 


0.0 


0.5 


0.0 


0.1 


0.5 


-1.7/ 


0.2 


-0.8 


1.2 


-0.3r 


1.85 


-10.6 


-8.5 


-4.2/ 


M 


-0.1 


0.1 


-3.1/ 


-2.5 


0.4 


-0.1/ 


2.1 


0.9 


0.6 


0.4 


05 


1.88 


0.9 


10.6 


1.4 


J 


0.0 


0.2 


-2.6/ 


-2.6/ 


0.3 


0.5 


1.5 


0.3 


0.0 


0.7 


-0.8r 


1.89 


-0.2/ 


-6.7 


-9.0/ 


J 


0.2 


0.5 


-3.5/ 


-4.0 


0.7 


0.8 


0.8 


1.1 


1.1 


1.1 


0.3 


1.87 


14.0 


94 


-6.0r 


A 


0.4 


0.4 


0.9 


0.0 


-0.2/ 


-0.7/ 


-0.7/ 


0.8/ 


0.8r 


0.9/ 


-0.5 


1.90 


-13.3/ 


4.6 


28.5 


S 


0.2 


0.3 


-1.9/ 


-1.4/ 


0.5 


0.4/ 


-0.4r 


0.1r 


0.9r 


0.5/ 


0.0 


1.87 


6.3 


-0.9/ 


-14.1/ 


o 


1.1 


0.7 


6.2 


4.2 


0.0 


-0.2 


-1.1 


-0.7 


0.7 


0.8 


0.0 


1.88 


-11.9/ 


-11.8 


23.7 


N 


0.2 


0.4 


-1.9 


-1.4 


















2.8 




-6.0 


D 


-0.2 


-0.1 


-1.9 


-2.7 

























*Actu3l dell 3 

Note: Percentage changes are based on seasonally adjusted data unless otherwise indicated Monthly and quarterly series and their CANSIM identifiers appear in Sections and 
Tables identified at the head of the data columns. 



10 



January 1980 

Selected economic indicators- analytical summary 



Section 1 /Concluded 





Val 


je ol retail 


trade 




Mer- 
chandise 
exports 
(including 
re- 
exports) 


Mer- 
chandise 
imports 


Rail 

revenue 

freight 

loaded 


Three 

month 

treasury 

bill 

yield 


Gov't ol 

Canada 

average 

bond 

yield 

10 years 

and over 


Not seasonally ad|usted 








Consumer price index 
Total Food 


Gross 

weighted 

industrial 

selling 

price 

index 


Years, 


Tota 




Total 
ex motor 
vehicles 




Motor 
vehicles 
dealers 


quarters 

and 

months 


S10/T1 




S10/T1 




S10/T1 


S11/T1 


S11/T2 


S12/T1 


S13/T8 


S13/T8 


S5/T2 S5/T2 


S5/T1 


Section/ 
Table 



$000,000 








) 


000 tons 


% 


% 




( 1971 . 


= 100 


) 


16,073 




2,599 


5,902.6 


5,768.6 


130,448 


2.83 


5.05 


75.0 


76.1 


82.4 


1961 


17,137 




2,957 


6,347.7 


6,257.8 


135,028 


4.01 


5.11 


75.8 


77.5 


83.3 


1962 


18,207 




3,312 


6,980.1 


6,558.1 


147,761 


3.57 


5.09 


77.2 


80.0 


84.4 


1963 


19,493 




3,612 


8,303.2 


7,487.8 


174,069 


3.74 


5.18 


78.6 


81.3 


85.1 


1964 


21,155 




4,175 


8,766.8 


8,633.2 


1 79,867 


3.97 


5.21 


80.5 


83.4 


86.2 


1965 


22,686 


18,349 


4,338 


10,325.4 


10,071.9 


188,672 


5.00 


5.69 


83.5 


88.7 


88.7 


1966 


24,155 


19,722 


4,433 


11,419.9 


10,872.6 


185,927 


4.59 


5.94 


86.5 


89.9 


90.4 


1967 


25,711 


20,997 


4,714 


13,624.0 


12,358.1 


192,458 


6.24 


6.75 


90.0 


92.8 


92.3 


1968 


27,401 


22,605 


4,796 


14,871.1 


14,130.4 


183,270 


7.14 


7.58 


94.1 


96.7 


95.8 


1969 


28,034 


23,837 


4,197 


16,820.1 


13,951.9 


207,211 


6.12 


7.91 


97.2 


98.9 


98.1 


1970 


30,648 


25,722 


4,925 


17,818.2 


15,617.0 


213,120 


3.62 


6.95 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


1971 


34,106 


27,866 


6,240 


20,149.8 


18,669.3 


213,851 


3.55 


7.23 


104.8 


107.6 


104.4 


1972 


38,335 


30,913 


7,422 


25,420.6 


23,325.4 


240,575 


5.39 


7.56 


112.7 


123.3 


116.1 


1973 


44,751 


36,448 


8,303 


32,442.5 


31,722.1 


244,748 


7.78 


8.90 


125.0 


143.4 


138.1 


1974 


51,399 


41,216 


10,184 


33,328.3 


34,715.7 


228,704 


8.37 


9.04 


138.5 


161.9 


153.7 


1975 


57,167 


46,109 


11,058 


38,475.3 


37,494.0 


241,262 


8.89 


9.18 


148.9 


166.2 


161.6 


1976 


61,651 


49,902 


11,750 


44,553.5 


42,332.3 


251,112 


7.35 


8.70 


1608 


180.1 


174.3 


1977 


68,859 


55,380 


13,480 


52,842.3 


49,937.7 


242,065 


8.58 


9.27 


1752 


208.0 


190.4 


1978 



Percentage change from previous quarter 



2.9 


3.0 


2.7 


3.6 


1.1 


1.3 


(*) 
7.33 


(*) 
9.13 


1.8 


3.1 


2.4 


1-1978 


3.5 


2.3 


8.9 


5.2 


12.3 


-12.9 


8.18 


9.23 


2.4 


5.9 


2.8 


2 


3.9 


2.6 


8.8 


3.0 


2.2 


16.3 


8.74 


9.16 


2.5 


4.7 


2.1 


3 


1.0 


3.1 


-7.0 


8.9 


10.2 


3.1 


10.08 


9.53 


1.6 


-0.5 


3.4 


4 


4.6 


3.3 


10.2 


6.2 


68 


-2.6 


10.83 


9.90 


2.3 


5.0 


4.7 


1-1979 


1.6 


1.8 


1.5 


-1.6 


-2.2 


5.5 


10.83 


9.69 


2.6 


4.0 


3.1 


2 


4.1 

Percentage 


change from 


7.1 
previous 


10.1r 
month 


10.0 


0.9 


11.26 


10.12 


2.0 


1.8 


2.8r 


3 


1.9 


1.9 


1.9 


-79/ 


-1.9 


-5.7 


7.25 


8.74 


0.7 


0.8 


0.4 


N-1977 


-0.8 


0.0 


-4.4 


5.5 


2.1 


0.5 


7.18 


8.77 


0.7 


1.6 


0.3 


D 


1.4 


1.3 


1.6 


-1.1/ 


0.5 


5.3 


7.14 


9.06 


0.4 


0.8 


1.3 


J-1978 


1.9 


1.3 


4.6 


6.2 


3.5 


0.0 


7.24 


9.15 


0.7 


0.7 


0.7 


F 


0.7 


0.5 


1.2 


-0.4 


-7.2r 


-6.8/ 


7.62 


9.17 


1.1 


1.4 


0.9 


M 


1.2 


0.2 


5.6 


13.7 


29.1 


-5.1r 


8.18 


9.22 


0.2 


1.7 


1.5 


A 


1.3 


1.6 


-0.1/ 


-12.2 


-15.4 


-8.1 


8.13 


9.23 


1.4 


3.3 


0.4 


M 


1.1 


0.7 


2.6 


-2.9 


2.4 


5.1 


8.24 


9.23 


0.9 


2.0 


0.5 


J 


-0.2/ 


-0.1 


-0.3/ 


3.5 


5.8 


8.5 


8.43 


9.17 


1.5 


4.0 


0.6 


J 


2.2 


1.8 


3.8 


3.2 


-2.4/ 


10.6 


8.77 


9.16 


0.1 


-1.4/ 


0.8 


A 


4.1 


1.6 


13.8 


12.3 


7.5 


-1.0/' 


9.02 


9.15 


-0.1 


-2.4r 


1.2 


S 


-2.7 


-0.3 


-11.0 


-4.4 


2.5 


-2.9 


9.52 


9.48 


1.0 


1.2 


1.9 


O 


-0.3 


0.9 


-5.3 


8.0 


3.6 


4.0 


10.29 


9.54 


0.8 


0.3 


0.5 


N 


1.9 


3.4 


-4.6 


-2.2 


2.8 


2.5 


10.43 


9.68 


0.3 


0.6 


0.4 


D 


0.4 


-1.4 


8.6 


5.7r 


2.0 


-3.9 


10.80 


9.82 


0.8 


1.9 


2.7 


J- 1979 


2.6 


2.3 


3.5 


-5.0 


-3.2 


-7.6r 


10.78 


. 9.97 


0.9 


2.5 


1.8 


F 


3.7 


1.6 


12.1 


8.9/ 


11.6 


11.5 


10.90 


9.91 


1.2 


2.5 


0.9 


M 


-4.0/ 


-1.8 


-11.9 


-6.8r 


-8.7 


-3.0/ 


10.84 


9.66 


0.7 


1.0 


1.1 


A 


3.5 


2.4 


8.3 


5.4 


5.0 


6.0 


10.84 


9.68 


1.0 


0.6 


0.8 


M 


0.5 


0.5 


0.7 


-5.9/ 


-7.4 


-0.3r 


10.82 


9.73 


0.5 


0.5 


0.7 


J 


2.0 


1.7/ 


3.1 


6.2 


9.6 


-1.0 


10.91 


9.84 


0.8 


1.7 


1.0r 


J 


0.6 


0.9 


-0.9r 


1.1/ 


6.5 


-0.6r 


11.32 


10.15 


0.4 


-0.7r 


0.7/ 


A 


0.6 




4.0 


15.7 


-0.8 


1.7 


11.57 


10.38 


09 


0.2 


1.5/- 


S 


-1.2r 




-4.5r 


-3.2 


3.9/ 


-1.1c 


12.86 


11.16 


0.7 


0.7 


1.6/ 


O 


-0.1 




1.0 


-4.0 


-1.0 


3.5 


13.61 


10 94 


1.0 


0.2 


0.3 


N 



11 



Section 2 ■ Population Statistics 

1. Population by Province 

2. Immigration to Canada, by Country of Last Permanent Residence 

3. Immigration to Canada, by Province of (Intended) Destination 

4. Immigration to Canada, by (Intended) Occupational Group 

5. Births, by Province 

6. Deaths, by Province 

7. Marriages, by Province 



13 



Section 2-Tables 1 and 2 

Table 1: Population, i by province (thousands) 



January 1980 



Year 
and 
quarter 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I 


NS 


NB 


Que 


Ont 


Man 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


Yukon 


N.W.T. 


D 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


1978 June 


23,482.6 


569.0 


122.0 


841.0 


694.9 


6,283.0 


8,445.0 


1,032.8 


947.5 


1,952.1 


2,530.1 


21.7 


43.6 


1979 June 


23,671.5 


574.0 


122.8 


846.9 


701.0 


6,298.8 


8,499.8 


1,030.5 


957.1 


2,008.9 


2,566.9 


21.6 


43.2 


1977 Jan 


23,160.4 


561.9 


119.6 


833.6 


684.2 


6,262.7 


8,318.8 


1,025.6 


931.4 


1,875.6 


2,482.6 


21.5 


42.9 


Apr. 


23,215.7 


562.9 


119.9 


834.3 


6859 


6,271.8 


8,338.7 


1,027.6 


9348 


1,886.8 


2,488.8 


21.1 


43.1 


July 


23,279.9 


564.5 


120.4 


835.4 


687.6 


6,280 2 


8,363.2 


1,029.7 


9383 


1,899.8 


2,496.2 


21.2 


43.4 


Oct. 


23,343.0 


566 1 


121.1 


837.8 


690.6 


6,276.6 


8,390.8 


1,029.2 


941.7 


1,917.6 


2,506.4 


21.4 


43.7 


1978 Jan 


23,394.4 


567.4 


121.5 


839 1 


692.7 


6,272.8 


8,412.7 


1,031.0 


944,4 


1,929.8 


2,518.0 


21.6 


43.4 


Apr. 


23,443.3 


568.0 


121.8 


840.0 


694 1 


6,279.5 


8,430.7 


1,031.8 


945.9 


1,942.2 


2,5243 


21.7 


43.3 


July 


23,498.9 


569.6 


122.1 


841.6 


695.6 


6,287 1 


8,4497 


1,032.7 


9476 


1,954.5 


2,533.2 


21.7 


43.5 


Oct. 


23,548.4 


571.1 


122.2 


843.9 


697.6 


6,285.4 


8,466.3 


1,030.7 


950 1 


1,971.6 


2,544.4 


21.7 


43.4 


1979 Jan. 


23,597.6 


572.9 


122.3 


8454 


6992 


6,289.6 


8,479.9 


1,029.9 


952.5 


1,985.2 


2,5558 


21.8 


43.1 


Apr. 


23,644.8 


572.9 


122.5 


846.7 


7002 


6,298 1 


8,493.3 


1,030.0 


954.9 


1,998.8 


2,562.6 


21.6 


43.2 


July 


23,690.5 


5748 


123 


847.0 


701.7 


6,301.2 


8,505.2 


1,030.3 


957.9 


2,014.1 


2,570.4 


21.7 


43.2 


Oct. 


23,742.0 


577.4 


123.2 


848.5 


703.5 


6,302.3 


8,517.7 


1,026.4 


960.0 


2,030.8 


2,587.2 


21.8 


43.2 



'As ol the first of each month Estimates from June 1, 1978 onward are preliminary and will be updated as final data on components become available. For an explanation of 
population estimates methodology and data sources see catalogue (91-201) and (91-001) 

Sources: Quarterly Estimates ol Population (or Canada and Provinces (91-001), Annual Estimates of Population for Canada and Provinces at June 1st (91-201), 
Statistics Canada. 



Table 2: Immigration to Canada, by country of last permanent residence (number) 



Year 




United 


























and 




Kingdom 






Nether- 








Other 




Austra- 


United 


West 


All 


quarter 


Total 


& Ireland 


France 


Germany 


lands 


Greece 


Italy 


Portugal 


Europe 


Asia 


lasia 


States 


Indies 


other 


D 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 


32 


33 


34 


35 


36 


37 


38 


39 


40 


1977 


114,914 


18,568 


2,757 


2,254 


1,247 


1,960 


3,411 


3,579 


6,972 


31,368 


1,545 


1 2.888 


11,800 


16,565 


1978 


86,313 


12,270 


1,754 


1,471 


1,237 


1,474 


2,976 


1,898 


6,995 


24,007 


1,233 


9,945 


8,231 


12,822 


1976 4 


31,918 


4,752 


742 


496 


216 


469 


914 


946 


1,823 


10,452 


373 


3,179 


3,193 


4,363 


1977 1 


25,557 


4,159 


612 


511 


274 


461 


676 


849 


1,632 


7,027 


344 


2.747 


2,554 


3,711 


2 


32,426 


5,162 


671 


681 


437 


589 


903 


969 


1,946 


9,048 


503 


3,740 


3,236 


4,541 


3 


32,991 


4,969 


919 


640 


347 


537 


1,086 


961 


1,858 


8,949 


428 


4,096 


3,386 


4,815 


4 


23,940 


4,278 


555 


422 


189 


373 


746 


800 


1,536 


6,344 


270 


2,305 


2,624 


3,498 


1978 1 


21,072 


3,319 


420 


333 


258 


328 


701 


501 


1,839 


5,493 


218 


2,276 


2,142 


3,244 


2 


24,223 


3,402 


412 


436 


380 


422 


901 


551 


1,810 


6,731 


381 


2,731 


2,306 


3,760 


3 


21,853 


3,113 


535 


430 


346 


341 


694 


396 


1,539 


6,184 


314 


2,784 


2,093 


3.084 


4 


19,165 


2,436 


387 


272 


253 


383 


680 


450 


1,807 


5,599 


320 


2,154 


1.690 


2,734 


1979 1 


18,903 


2,364 


366 


233 


217 


336 


497 


394 


1,986 


6,029 


329 


2,188 


1,400 


2,564 


2 


23,928 


3,200 


399 


397 


454 


260 


515 


457 


2,150 


9,569 


372 


2,065 


1,451 


2,639 


3 


27,725 


3,820 


612 


349 


437 


299 


547 


511 


2,183 


11,571 


345 


2,630 


1,523 


2,898 



Source: Quarterly Bulletin, Employment and Immigration Canada. Starting with 1978, preliminary data it obtained from unpublished tabulation*. 



14 



January 1980 

Table 3: Immigration to Canada, by province of (intended) destination 



Section 2-Tables 3 and 4 



Year 
and 
quarter 


Canada 


Nfld. 


PEL 


NS 


N.-B 


Que. 


Ont 


Man. 


Sask 


Alta 


B.C. 


Yukon, 
N.WT. 


D 


74 


75 


76 


77 


78 


79 


80 


81 


82 


83 


84 


85 


1977 
1978 


114,914 
86,313 


583 
374 


192 
145 


1,587 
980 


1,158 
661 


19,248 
14,290 


56,594 
42,397 


5,058 
3,574 


2,231 
1,564 


12,694 
9,826 


15,395 
12,331 


174 
171 


1976 4 


31,918 


145 


49 


403 


296 


6,726 


15,160 


1,194 


574 


3,213 


4,096 


62 


1977 1 
2 
3 
4 


25,557 
32,426 
32,991 
23,940 


144 
144 
183 

112 


28 
59 
49 

56 


358 
437 
442 
350 


362 
357 
266 
173 


4,630 
5,429 
5,342 
3,847 


12,241 
16,115 
16,240 
11,998 


1,119 
1,414 
1,431 
1,094 


462 
649 
702 
418 


2,803 
3,550 
3,819 
2,522 


3,381 
4,231 
4,465 
3,318 


29 
41 
52 
52 


1978 1 
2 
3 

4 


21,072 
24,223 
21,853 
19,165 


75 

94 

119 

86 


30 
44 
48 
23 


230 
248 
317 
185 


177 
170 
173 
141 


3,554 
3,779 
3,609 
3,348 


10,306 

12,050 

10,581 

9,460 


935 
978 
911 
750 


382 
426 
424 
332 


2,542 
2,806 
2,470 
2,008 


2,793 
3,588 
3,144 
2,806 


48 
40 
57 
26 


1979 1 
2 
3 


18,903 
23,928 
27,725 


80 

89 

155 


39 
54 
80 


207 
240 
350 


152 
209 
269 


3,791 
3,870 
4,543 


8,840 
11,598 
12,944 


765 

975 
1,095 


350 
561 
577 


1,784 
2,641 
3,428 


2,862 
3,654 
4,248 


33 
37 
36 



Source: Quarterly Bulletin, Employment and Immigration Canada. Starting with 1978, preliminary data is obtained from unpublished tabulations. 



Table 4: Immigration to Canada, by (intended) occupational groupi (number) 















Destined 


to the labour force 










Not destined to the labour 


force 






Profes- 




Commer- 




Transport 




Mining 












Students 




Year 


Total 




sional 




cial 


Service 


and 




and 










l 


'18 years 




and 


immi- 


Mana- 


and 




and fi- 


and re- 


communi- 


Agricul- 


quarry- 


Manufac- 


La- 


Sub- 






and 


Sub- 


quarter 


gration 


gerial? 


technical 


Clerical 


nancial 


creation 


cation 


ture 


mg3 


turing4 


bourers 


total 5 Spouses^ 


Children 


over) 7 


totals 


D 


55 


56 


57 


58 


59 


60 


61 


62 


63 


64 


65 


66 


67 


68 


69 


70 


1977 


114,914 


4,259 


10,793 


7,081 


2,232 


4,733 


503 


1,215 


121 


12,457 


639 


47,625 


19,571 


30,518 


6,567 


67,289 


1978 


86,313 


2,697 


7,849 


5,000 


1,563 


3,715 


368 


935 


84 


8,670 


403 


35,211 


15,826 


20,716 


5,871 


51,102 


1976 4 


31,918 


1,158 


2,731 


1,867 


592 


1,353 


166 


246 


45 


3,597 


203 


12,871 


5,379 


9,183 


1,729 


19,047 


1977 1 


25,557 


1,023 


2,374 


1,593 


500 


1,087 


133 


278 


30 


3,093 


155 


10,962 


4,351 


6,793 


1,360 


14,595 


2 


32,426 


1,136 


2,830 


2,028 


604 


1,316 


137 


397 


30 


3,669 


208 


13,445 


5,636 


8,449 


1,807 


18,981 


3 


32,991 


1,238 


3,290 


1,973 


664 


1,274 


139 


312 


36 


3,226 


166 


13,344 


5,533 


9,019 


2,051 


19,647 


4 


23,940 


862 


2,299 


1,487 


464 


1,056 


94 


228 


25 


2,469 


110 


9,874 


4,051 


6,257 


1,349 


14,066 


1978 1 


21,072 


698 


1,947 


1,238 


414 


992 


90 


239 


20 


2,280 


97 


8,860 


3,777 


5,141 


1,333 


12,212 


2 


24,223 


722 


2,091 


1,414 


431 


1,062 


98 


257 


29 


2,503 


107 


9,828 


4,487 


5,576 


1,636 


14,395 


3 


21,853 


717 


2,141 


1,255 


386 


817 


97 


189 


11 


1,986 


101 


8,593 


4,004 


5,582 


1,529 


13,260 


4 


19,165 


560 


1,670 


1,093 


332 


844 


83 


250 


24 


1,901 


98 


7,930 


3,558 


4,417 


1,373 


11,235 


1979 1 


18,903 


563 


1,685 


1,028 


342 


852 


104 


280 


18 


2,060 


112 


8,173 


3,504 


3,988 


1,492 


10,730 


2 


23,928 


642 


1,960 


1,357 


388 


887 


137 


333 


40 


2,746 


114 


10,239 


3,850 


5,123 


2,128 


13,689 


3 


27,725 


783 


2,475 


1,485 


456 


911 


178 


389 


35 


2,685 


175 


11,494 


4,241 


6,670 


2,614 


16,231 



'The occupational status of the maionty of the persons destined to the labour force is determined by immigration officials by an examination of documentary evidence provided 
by the immigrants. The classification of occupations is similar to that used in the 1961 Census; see Occupational Classification Manual. Census of Canada, 1961, Catalogue 
Number 12-506 2Beginnmg with 1978, this is subdivided into entrepreneurs and managers-administrators For breakdown refer to CANSIM main base 3|ncludes logging, 
fishing, trapping and hunting. includes mechanical and construction 5|ncludes a small number in non-specified occupations 6Beginning with 1978 includes fiances and 
fiancees ?Does not include students entering Canada on students' visas Secludes also retired persons, elderly dependents, fiances or fiancees and other unspecified 
persons not intending to enter the labour force Beginning with 1978, fiances and fiancees are included with spouses 
Source: Quarterly Bulletin, Employment and Immigration Canada. Starting with 1978, preliminary data is obtained from unpublished tabulations. 



15 



Section 2-Tables 5-7 

Table 5: Births,' by province (number) 



January 1980 



Year and 
quarter 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man, 


Sask. 


Alta. 


BC 


Yukon 


N.WT. 


D 


144 


145 


146 


147 


148 


149 


150 


151 


152 


153 


154 


155 


156 


1977 
1978 


360,340 
357,920 


11,210 
11,100 


1,870 
1,920 


12,610 
12,240 


12,230 
11,630 


94,560 
94,860 


123,630 
122,360 


17,010 
16,360 


15,670 
15,630 


32,490 
33,020 


37,620 
37,360 


430 
440 


1,010 
1,000 


1976 4 


86,307 


2,256 


471 


2,979 


2,825 


22,829 


29,888 


4,072 


3,843 


8,247 


8,493 


115 


288 


1977 1 
2 
3 
4 


91,930 
93,480 
89,530 
85,400 


2,990 
3,200 
2,760 
2,260 


480 
430 
490 
470 


3,140 
3,340 
3,210 
2,920 


3,130 
3,290 
3,130 
2,680 


25,110 
24,760 
22,840 
21,850 


31,030 
32,020 
30,690 
29,890 


4,140 
4,290 
4,450 
4,130 


3,680 
4,130 
3,870 
3,990 


8,230 
8,420 
8,090 
7,750 


9,680 
9,240 
9,590 
9,110 


90 
120 
100 
120 


230 
240 
310 
230 


1978 1 
2 
3 
4 


88,460 
92,950 
89,620 
86,890 


2,880 
3,190 
2,660 
2,370 


490 
400 
470 
560 


2,950 
3,280 
3,120 
2,890 


2,820 
3,110 
2,980 
2,720 


24,690 
24,590 
23,200 
22,380 


30,120 
31,990 
30,310 
29,940 


3,980 
4,210 
4,220 
3,950 


3,530 
4,080 
3,870 
4,150 


7,590 
8,410 
8,590 
8,430 


9,120 
9,310 
9,860 
9,070 


100 
120 
100 
120 


190 
260 
240 
310 


1979 1 
2 
3 


87,770 
90,550 
91,840 


2,650 
2,910 
2.700 


490 
530 
490 


2,900 
3,080 
3,090 


2,600 
2,840 
2,680 


23,540 
23,270 
23,830 


30,810 
31,030 
31,680 


3,910 
4,100 
3,880 


3,630 
4,310 
4,150 


7,760 
9,030 
9,030 


9,040 
9,040 
9,910 


90 
130 
130 


350 
280 
270 



Table 6: 


Deaths.i by province (number) 






















Year and 
quarter 


Canada Nfld. P.E.I. 


NS 


N.B 


Que 


Ont. 


Man 


Sask 


Alta 


BC 


Yukon 


N.WT. 


D 


157 158 159 


160 


161 


162 


163 


164 


165 


166 


167 


168 


169 



1977 
1978 


169,040 
170,670 


3,290 
3,230 


1,080 
1,070 


6,980 
6,860 


5,300 
5,420 


43,830 
43,900 


61,380 
61,930 


8,690 
8,600 


7,520 
7,690 


11,490 
12,010 


19,190 
19,660 


120 
100 


170 
200 


1976 4 


42,235 


834 


268 


1,813 


1,348 


10,905 


1 5,304 


2,161 


2,032 


2,939 


4,549 


36 


46 


1977 1 
2 
3 
4 


43,140 
44,080 
40,030 
41,790 


890 
780 
810 
810 


270 
280 
270 
260 


1,790 
1,900 
1,620 
1,670 


1,400 
1,370 
1,310 
1,220 


10,630 
12,320 
10,060 
10,820 


16,240 
15,540 
14,310 
15,290 


2,140 
2,150 
2,280 
2,120 


1,810 
2,110 
1,760 
1,840 


2.900 
3,110 
2,890 
2,590 


5,000 
4,460 
4,630 
5,100 


30 
20 
40 
30 


40 
40 
50 

40 


1978 1 
2 
3 

4 


45,110 
42,730 
40,340 
42,490 


900 
740 
820 
770 


310 
250 
250 
260 


1,760 
1,740 
1,700 
1,660 


1,490 
1,300 
1,370 
1,260 


10,980 
11,950 
10,070 
10,900 


1 7,400 
15,190 
13,840 
15,500 


2,260 
2,020 
2,400 
1,920 


1,870 
1,990 
1,860 
1,970 


2,870 
3,020 
3,060 
3,060 


5,210 
4,480 
4,860 
5,110 


20 
20 
40 
20 


40 
30 
70 
60 


1979 1 
2 
3 


44,440 
41,210 
40,210 


920 
720 
750 


300 
200 
260 


1,780 
1,680 
1,630 


1,510 
1,220 
1,270 


11,110 

11,660 

9,410 


16.470 
15,050 
14,520 


2,170 
2,010 
2,210 


1,830 
1,830 
1,710 


2.780 
2,790 
3,140 


5,500 
3,980 
5,230 


30 
20 
40 


40 
50 
40 



Table 7: 


Marriages,' 


by province (number) 






















Year and 
quarter 


Canada 


Nfld P.E.I 


NS 


N.B. 


Que 


Ont 


Man 


Sask 


Alta. 


BC. 


Yukon 


N.WT. 


D 


170 


171 172 


173 


174 


175 


176 


177 


178 


179 


180 


181 


182 



1977 


190,260 


4,100 


950 


6,490 


5,860 


47,180 


69,130 


8,890 


7,600 


18,380 


21,220 


190 


270 


1978 


185,960 


3,960 


960 


6,380 


5,590 


45,190 


67,960 


8,430 


7,220 


18.190 


21,660 


210 


210 


1976 4 


42,885 


946 


203 


1,434 


1,192 


9,160 


16,210 


1,967 


1,829 


4,468 


5,355 


48 


73 


1977 1 


22,170 


540 


90 


830 


490 


4,070 


8,850 


920 


750 


2,520 


3,010 


40 


60 


2 


54,580 


1,050 


260 


1,600 


1,740 


12,690 


20,730 


2,780 


2,150 


5,870 


5.600 


40 


70 


3 


72,010 


1,700 


420 


2,600 


2,440 


21,460 


23,680 


3,230 


2,990 


5,920 


7,420 


70 


80 


4 


41,500 


810 


180 


1,460 


1,190 


8,960 


15,870 


1,960 


1,710 


4,070 


5,190 


40 


60 


1978 1 


22,150 


510 


70 


800 


450 


4,180 


8,740 


910 


680 


2,310 


3,410 


40 


50 


2 


53,380 


940 


270 


1,700 


1,660 


12,200 


20,450 


2,520 


2,120 


5,770 


5,650 


50 


50 


3 


70,020 


1,630 


420 


2,480 


2,400 


20,760 


23,200 


3,090 


2,850 


5,780 


7,280 


70 


60 


4 


40,410 


880 


200 


1,400 


1,080 


8,050 


15,570 


1,910 


1,570 


4,330 


5,320 


50 


50 


1979 1 


21,270 


470 


90 


790 


440 


3,880 


8,640 


850 


670 


2,320 


3,030 


30 


60 


2 


47,880 


860 


180 


1,620 


1,210 


11,910 


18,460 


1,900 


1,750 


4,880 


5,010 


50 


50 


3 


70,610 


1,260 


360 


2,580 


2,350 


20,290 


23,940 


2.980 


2,670 


6,060 


7,960 


70 


90 



'Figures lor the year ending and quarters of 1974 represent the actual number ol events reported by the provinces The counts for the year 1975 are provisional while those lor 
the succeeding years are estimates. The figures for Yukon and Northwest Territories for the quarters in the year 1975 are estimates 
Source: Vital Statistics (84-001), (84-204), (84-205) and (84-206), Statistics Canada. 



16 



Section 3 ■ System of National Accounts 



1. Income and Expenditure Accounts 

1.1 National Income and Gross National Product 

1.2 Gross National Expenditure 

1.3 Gross National Expenditure, Constant Dollars 

1.4 Sources of Personal Income 

1.5 Disposition of Personal Income 

1.6 Sources and Disposition of Gross Saving 

1.7 Government Revenue, Expenditure, and Surplus or Deficit, by Level of Government 

1.8 Implicit Price Indexes, Gross National Expenditure 

1.9 Relation between Gross National Product at Market Prices and 
Gross Domestic Product at Factor Cost 

2. Domestic Product by Industry 

2.1 Real Domestic Product by Industry of Origin, Quarterly 

2.2 Real Domestic Product by Industry of Origin, Monthly 

3. Balance of International Payments 

3.1 Canadian Balance of International Payments, Current Account, All Countries 

3.2 Canadian Balance of International Payments, Current Account, Area Distribution 

3.3 Canadian Balance of International Payments, Capital Account, All Countries 



17 



Section 3-Tables 1.1 and 1.2 

1 -Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.1: National income and gross national product (millions of dollars) 



January 1980 































GNP at 
market 




Wages, 










Accr'd 


Net 














prices 




salaries. 










net 


income of 








Capital 






excl. 




and 




Corpo- 


Deduct 


Interest 


income 


non-farm 




Net 




consump 






accrued 




supple- 


Military 


ration 


dividends 


& misc 


of farm 


un-incorp 




national 


Indirect 


allow- 






net 


Year 


mentary 


pay and 


profits 


paid 


invest- 


operators 


business 


Inventory 


income 


taxes 


ances 


Residual 


GNP at 


income 


and 


labour 


allow- 


before 


to non- 


ment 


from farm 


incl 


valuation 


at factor 


less 


& misc 


error of 


market 


of farm 


quarter 


income 


ances 


taxes 1 


residents2 


mcome3 


prod." 


rents 


ad|ust.6 


cost 


subsidies 


val ad] 


estimate 


prices 


operators 


D 


40000 


40001 


40002 


40003 


40004 


40005 


40006 


40007 


40008 


40009 


40010 


40011 


40548 


40013 


D 


40240 


40241 


40242 


40243 


40244 


40245 


40246 


40247 


40248 


40249 


40250 


40251 


40551 


40253 


1977 


119,003 


1,515 


22,169 


-2,056 


12,892 


2,908 


9,020 


-3,437 


162,014 


23,828 


22,923 


614 


209,379 


206,471 


1978 


129,885 


1,609 


26,069 


-2,355 


15,174 


3,740 


9,612 


-4,308 


1 79,426 


25.423 


25,146 


412 


230,407 


226,667 



Unadjusted for seasonality 



1978 2 
3 
4 



32,384 
33,232 
33,740 



401 
399 
415 



6,462 -448 3,841 123 2,383 -1,070 44,076 5.910 6,177 

6,622 -372 3,781 4,576 2,606 -829 50,015 6,222 6,413 

7,516 -1,168 4,047 -212 2,515 -1,310 45,543 6,721 6.528 



1979 1 33,619 426 7,734 -505 4,209 -535 2,352 -1,739 45,561 7,109 6,548 

2 35,821 418 8,312 -451 4,569 433 2,602 -1,424 50,280 6,385 6,808 

3 37,066 410 9,006 -527 4,471 4,675 2,780 -1,501 56,380 6,961 7,093 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



30 56,193 56,070 

48 62,698 58,122 

884 59,676 59,888 

-608 58,610 59,145 

-66 63,407 62,974 

-108 70,326 65,651 



1978 2 
3 
4 



128,476 
131,032 
134,816 



1,604 
1,628 
1,640 



24,616 
26,456 
28,988 



-2,104 15,604 4,320 9,464 -4,044 177,936 24,872 24,708 536 228,052 223,732 
-2,076 15,552 3,504 9,952 -3,572 182,476 25,160 25,480 484 233,600 230,096 
-3,392 16,052 4,052 9,900 -5,816 186,240 26,456 26,040 -188 238,548 234,496 



1979 1 137,964 

2 142,240 

3 146,336 



1,688 
1,672 
1,668 



32,884 
31,712 
35,604 



-2,444 
-2,092 
-2,732 



16,532 
18,060 
18,476 



3,880 
4,376 
4,604 



1 0,208 
10,348 
10,564 



-6,120 
-5,672 
-6,276 



194,592 
200,644 
208,244 



27,176 26,504 
26,904 27,292 
27,956 28,092 



512 248,784 244,904 
364 255,204 250,828 
108 264,400 259,796 



'Excludes profits (net of losses) of government business enterprises 2|ncludes the withholding tax applicable to this item 3|ncludes profits (net of losses) of government 
business enterprises and interest and miscellaneous investment income of government "Includes value of physical change in farm inventories. The seasonally adjusted data 
includes an arbitrary smoothing of crop production and standard seasonal adjustment for withdrawals of grain from farm stocks and the change in other farm-held inventories 
Because of the arbitrary element, too precise an interpretation should not be given the seasonally adiusted figures includes net income of independent professional practi- 
tioners 6See footnote 4, Table 1.2 
Source: National Income and Expenditure Accounts (13-001), Statistics Canada. 



Table 1.2: Gross national expenditure (millions of dollars) 





Personal 
expend- 
iture on 
consu- 
mer 
goods 
and 
services 


Govern- 
ment 
current 
expend- 
iture 
on 
goods 
and ser- 
vices! 




Gross fixed capital formation 






Value of 
:hange in 


physical 
nventones 




Exports 
of 
goods 
and ser- 
vices 


Deducts 

imports 

of 

goods 

and 

services 


Residual 
error 
of esti- 
mate 






Total 


Govern- 
ment 
total 


Business 






Total 


Govern- 
ment 
total2 




Business3 








Non- 
farm" 


Farm & 
grain in 
commer- 
cial 
chan- 
nels5 




Year 
and 
quarter 


Total 


Resi- 
dential 
con- 
struc- 
tion 


Non- 
resi- 
dential 
construc- 
tion 


Machin- 
ery 
and 
equip- 
ment 


national 
expend- 
iture at 
market 
prices 


D 
D 


40014 
40254 


40015 
40255 


40016 
40256 


40017 
40257 


40021 
40261 


40022 
40262 


40023 
40263 


40024 
40264 


40025 
40265 


40026 
40266 


40027 
40267 


40028 
40268 


40029 
40269 


40030 
40270 


40031 
40271 


40548 
40551 


1977 
1978 


122,425 
135,220 


43,588 

48,112 


48.193 
52,028 


6,790 
7,408 


41,403 
44,620 


12,806 
13,358 


13,472 
14,460 


15,125 
16,802 


502 
803 


43 

58 


359 
395 


100 
350 


52,558 
62,296 


-57,274 

-67,641 


-613 
-411 


209,379 
230,407 


Unadju 


sted for 


seasonality 




























1978 2 
3 
4 


33,395 
33,566 
37,795 


11,312 
12,036 
12,315 


13,407 
14,220 
13,614 


1,784 
2,192 
2,008 


11,623 
12,028 
11,606 


3,422 
3,945 
3,460 


3,570 
4,046 
3,813 


4,631 
4,037 
4,333 


-389 

3,478 
-1,118 


30 
33 
20 


-168 
-246 
547 


-251 
3,691 
-1,685 


16,145 
15,512 
16,990 


-17,648 
-16,066 
-19,036 


-29 

-48 

-884 


56,193 
62,698 
59.676 


1979 1 
2 
3 


33,954 
37,055 
37,327 


13,644 
12,178 
13,129 


12,264 
14,966 
16,212 


1,558 
1,891 
2,315 


10,706 
13,075 
13,897 


2,615 
3,478 
4,143 


3,275 
3.986 
4.830 


4,816 
5,611 
4,924 


290 

959 

3,771 


-26 

31 
34 


1,751 
927 
205 


-1.435 

1 

3.532 


17,184 
18,831 
1 9,479 


-19,335 
-20,649 
-19,701 


609 

67 

109 


58,610 
63,407 
70,326 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1978 2 
3 
4 


133,224 
137,208 
140,312 


47,672 
48,676 
49,632 


51,812 
52,856 
54,192 


7,444 
7,432 
7,620 


44,368 
45,424 
46,572 


13,544 
13,528 
13,508 


14,520 
14,596 
14,804 


16,304 
1 7,300 
18,260 


1,284 

896 

1,560 


68 

48 
72 


-220 

580 

1,636 


1,436 
268 
-148 


60,952 
62,936 
68,244 


-66,360 
-68,488 
-75,576 


-532 

-484 

184 


228,052 
233,600 
238,548 


1979 1 
2 

3 


145,076 
148,184 
153,752 


50,552 
51,440 
52,864 


55,436 
57,292 
60,612 


7,792 
7,828 
7,860 


47,644 
49,464 
52,752 


13,332 
13,620 
14,160 


14,956 
16,160 
17,452 


19,356 
19,684 
21,140 


4,588 
5,252 
2,700 


40 
72 
52 


4.832 
4,044 
2,920 


-284 
1,136 
-272 


71,812 
71,032 
79,100 


-78,168 
-77,632 
-84,520 


-512 
-364 
-108 


248,784 
255,204 
264,400 



'Includes defence expenditures. 2|ncludes outlay on new durable assets such as building and highway construction by governments, other than government business enter- 
prises. Excludes defence construction and equipment which is defined as current expenditure. 3|ncludes capital expenditures by private and government business enterprises, 
private non-commercial institutions and outlays on new residential construction by individuals and business investors Capital expenditure is defined to include all transfer costs 
on the sales and purchases of existing fixed assets. "The book value of inventories is deflated to remove the effect of price change and the derived "physical" change is 
then valued at average prices of the current period to obtain the value of physical change. The difference between the value of physical change and the change in book value 
is called the inventory valuation adjustment, (as shown in Table 1.1). 5see footnote 4. Table 1.1. 
Source: National Income and Expenditure Accounts (13-001), Statistics Canada. 



18 



January 1980 

1 -Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.3: Gross national expenditure In constant (1971) dollars (millions of dollars)! 



Section 3-Tables 1.3 and 1.4 





Personal 
expend- 
iture on 
consumer 
goods 
and 
services 


Govern- 
ment 
current 
expend- 
iture 
on 
goods 
and 
services 




Gross tixed capital formation 






Value ol 
change in 


physical 
inventories 




Exports 

of 

goods 

and 

services 


Deduct. 

imports 

of goods 

and 

services 


Residual 
error 
of esti- 
mate 






Total 


Govern- 
ment 
total 


Business 






Total 


Govern- 
ment 
total 




Business 




Non- 
farm 


Farm 
and 
grain 
in com- 
mercial 
chan- 
nels 




Year 
and 
quarter 


Total 


Resi- 
dential 
construc- 
tion 


Non- 
resi- 
dential 
construc- 
tion 


Machin- 
ery 
and 
equip- 
ment 


Gross 

national 
expend- 
iture 


D 
D 


40562 
40594 


40568 
40600 


40569 
40601 


40570 
40602 


40575 
40607 


40576 
40608 


40577 
40609 


40578 
40610 


40581 
40613 


40582 
40614 


40583 
40615 


40584 
40616 


40586 
40618 


40588 
40620 


40590 
40622 


40561 
40593 


1977 
1978 


77,272 
79,563 


22,367 
22,632 


27,243 
27,209 


3,849 
3,932 


23,394 
23,277 


6,228 
5,940 


7,645 
7,729 


9,521 
9,608 


221 
494 


22 

28 


253 
374 


-54 
92 


28,057 
30,673 


-32,872 
-34,234 


-339 
-210 


121,949 
126,127 


Unadjusted for 


seasonality 




























1978 2 
3 
4 


19,838 
19,459 
21,868 


5,317 
5,635 
5,574 


7,096 
7,310 
6,910 


958 
1,138 
1,040 


6,138 
6,172 
5,870 


1,541 
1,734 
1,484 


1,932 
2,142 
1,984 


2,665 
2,296 
2,402 


-119 
1,444 
-402 


15 
16 
10 


-94 
-206 
360 


-40 
1,634 
-772 


8,141 
7,594 
8,007 


-9,172 
-8,062 
-9,098 


-16 

-26 

-477 


31,085 
33,354 
32,382 


1979 1 
2 
3 


18,981 
20,242 
19,786 


6,214 
5,292 
5,633 


6,171 
7,321 
7,688 


800 

938 

1,115 


5,371 
6,383 
6,573 


1,077 
1,383 
1,610 


1,678 
1,993 
2,378 


2,616 
3,007 
2,585 


454 

462 

1,392 


-12 
14 
15 


1,117 
439 
-22 


-651 

9 

1,399 


7,609 
8,039 
7,897 


-8,925 
-9,493 
-8,499 


317 
34 
53 


30,821 
31,897 
33,950 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1978 2 79,252 22,720 27,308 

3 80,172 22,728 27,420 

4 80,156 22,620 27,540 

1979 1 81,380 22,596 27,552 

2 81,152 22,652 27,936 

3 82,192 22,576 29,048 



3,972 
3,896 
3,952 


23,336 
23,524 
23,588 


6,108 
5,940 
5,764 


7,840 
7,736 
7,696 


9,388 

9,848 

10,128 


240 

440 

1,368 


32 
24 
32 


-4 

348 

1,172 


212 

68 

164 


30,740 
30,652 
32,248 


-34,532 
-34,296 
-36,232 


-272 
-244 
116 


125,456 
126,872 
127,816 


3,940 
3,872 
3,828 


23,612 
24,064 
25,220 


5,456 
5,444 
5,516 


7,644 
8,072 
8,608 


10,512 
10,548 
11,096 


2,568 
2,620 
1,236 


20 
32 
24 


2,740 
2,124 
1,400 


-192 
464 
-188 


31,944 
30,328 
31,756 


-36,024 
-35,708 
-36,348 


-268 

-184 

-52 


129,748 
128,796 
130,408 



lThe implicit price deflators of the seasonally unadjusted components of Gross National Expenditure, derived by dividing the value figures in current dollars by the constant 
dollar figures, are not suitable as indicators of quarter-to-quarler price change. This is because they are currently weighted and therefore are affected by compositional shifts 
which occur within the unadjusted components of Gross National Expenditure, on a quarler-to-quarler basis. Quarter-to-quarler movements in the implicit price deflators based 
on seasonally adjusted data are less subject to the problem of shifting weights and may be used as a measure of price change. 
Source: National Income and Expenditure Accounts (13-001), Statistics Canada. 



Table 1.4: Sources of personal income (millions of dollars) 





Wages, 
salaries and 
supplemen- 
tary labour 
income 


Military 

pay and 

allowances 


Net income 

received 

by farm 

operators 

from farm 

production! 


Net income 
of 
non-farm un- 
incorporated 
business 
including rent 


Interest, 
dividends 
and miscella- 
neous 
investment 
income2 




Current 


transfers 








Year 


From government 


From 
corporations3 


From 
non-residents 




and 
quarter 


To persons 


Capital 
assistance 


Personal 
income 


D 
D 


40032 
40272 


40033 
40273 


40034 
40274 


40035 
40275 


40036 
40276 


40039 
40278 


40040 
40279 




40037 
40280 


40041 
40281 


40549 
40282 


1977 
1978 


119,003 
129,885 


1,515 
1,609 


2,874 
3,514 


9,020 
9,612 


15,534 
18,219 


22,455 
25,229 


156 
216 




307 
347 


331 
383 


171,195 
189,014 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal 


variation 




















1978 2 
3 
4 


32,384 
33,232 
33,740 


401 
399 
415 


26 
4,448 
-371 


2,383 
2,606 
2,515 


4.469 
4,369 
5,084 


6,276 
6,106 
6,210 


67 
44 

55 




86 
87 
87 


94 

97 

103 


46,186 
51,388 
47,838 


1979 1 
2 
3 


33,619 
35.821 
37,066 


426 
418 
410 


-473 

468 

4.347 


2,352 
2,602 
2,780 


5,424 
5,558 
5,285 


6,950 
6,610 
6,443 


68 
48 
66 




96 
96 
96 


99 
103 
104 


48,561 
51,724 
56,597 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1978 2 


128,476 


1,604 


4,152 


9,464 


17,744 


24,992 


268 


344 


376 


187,420 


3 


131,032 


1,628 


3,252 


9,952 


18,104 


25,512 


176 


348 


388 


190,392 


4 


134,816 


1,640 


3,632 


9,900 


19,672 


25,884 


220 


348 


412 


196,524 


1979 1 


137,964 


1,688 


3,672 


10,208 


21,704 


25,840 


272 


384 


396 


202,128 


2 


142,240 


1,672 


4,204 


10,348 


22,028 


26,456 


192 


384 


412 


207,936 


3 


146,336 


1,668 


3,804 


10,564 


22,048 


26,732 


264 


384 


416 


212,216 



'This item differs from col. 6, Table 1.1 by excluding the adjustment which has been made to take account of the accrued earnings arising out of the operations of the Canadian 

Wheat Board and the Canadian Co-Operative Wheat Producers. 2|ncludes all interest on the public debt paid by government to persons. 3Chantable contributions and bad 

debts 

For source see Table 1.9. 



19 



Section 3-Tables 1.5 and 1.6 

1 -Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.5: Disposition of personal income (million dollars) 



January 1980 





Total 

personal 

income 


Personal expenditure 
on consumer goods and services 








Current transfers 






Personal savings 








To government 




To 
corpo- 
ations3 


To non- 
resi- 
dents 






Total 


Excl. 
change 
in farm 
inven- 
tories 


Value of 
physical 
change 
in farm 
inven- 
tories 






Income 
taxes 


Suc- 
cession 
duties 
& estate 
taxes 


Social 

ins. 

& govt. 

pension 

funds2 


Other 


Personal 


Year 
and 
quarter 


Total 


Durable 
goods 


Semi- 

durable 

goods 


Non- 
durable 
goods 


Serv- 
ices! 


dis- 
posable 
income 4 


D 

D 


40042 
40552 


40043 
40283 


40044 
40284 


40045 
40285 


40046 
40286 


40047 
40287 


40048 
40288 


40049 
40289 


40050 
40290 


40051 
40291 


40052 
40292 


40053 
40293 


40054 
40294 


40055 


40056 


40057 
40295 


1977 
1978 


171,195 
189,014 


122,425 
135,220 


18,459 
20,102 


15,359 
16,756 


37,563 
42,034 


51,044 
56,328 


23,168 
24,326 


151 

114 


7,760 
8,690 


1,601 
1,930 


1,932 
2,407 


269 

285 


13,889 
16,042 


13,696 
15,769 


193 
273 


138,515 
1 53,954 


Unadju 


sted for 


seasona 


variation 


























1978 2 
3 
4 


46,186 
51,388 
47,838 


33,395 
33,566 
37,795 


5,336 
4,949 
5,735 


3,887 
4,084 
5,653 


10,199 
10,124 
11,879 


13,973 
14,409 
14,528 


4,798 
6,621 
6,669 


28 
23 

31 


2,397 
2,200 
2,023 


406 
419 
423 


561 
627 
688 


71 
71 
72 


4,530 

7,861 

137 


4,742 
4,060 
1,662 


-212 
3,801 
-1,525 


38,557 
42,125 
38,692 


1979 1 
2 

3 


48,561 
51,724 
56,597 


33,954 
37,055 
37,327 


4,641 
6,040 
5,548 


3,495 
4,346 
4,589 


11,052 
11,325 
11,316 


14,766 
1 5,344 
15,874 


7,556 
4,688 
7,422 


29 
37 
20 


2,323 
2,506 
2,329 


740 
425 
449 


763 
788 
870 


75 
74 
73 


3,121 
6,151 
8,107 


4,828 
6,013 
4,658 


-1,707 

138 
3,449 


37,913 
44,068 
46,377 


Seasonally adjusted at 


annual 


rates 


























1978 2 
3 
4 


187,420 
190,392 
196,524 


133,224 
137,208 
140,312 


19,744 
20,712 
20,472 


16,396 
17,012 
17,560 


41,664 
42,560 
43,396 


55,420 
56,924 
58,884 


23,692 
24,832 
26,196 


112 

92 

124 


8,576 
8,800 
9,180 


1,780 
1,996 
1,976 


2,312 
2,508 
2,656 


284 
284 
288 


1 7,440 
14,672 
15,792 






153,260 
1 54,672 
1 59,048 


1979 1 
2 
3 


202,128 
207,936 
212,216 


145,076 
148,184 
153,752 


21,936 
22,332 
23,364 


17,848 
18,228 
19,080 


45,372 
46,232 
48,024 


59,920 
61,392 
63,284 


26,840 
24,304 
27,804 


116 

148 

80 


9,240 
8,904 
9,364 


2,160 
1,836 
2,100 


3,104 
3,240 
3,456 


300 
296 
292 


15,292 
21,024 
15,368 






163,772 
172,744 
172,868 



1 Includes net expenditure abroad. 2Employer and employee contributions to social insurance and government pension funds 
the consumer debt 4fhis item is equal to "personal income" less the total of "current transfers to government". 
For source see Table 1.9. 



3This item is the transfer portion of interest on 



Table 1.6: Sources and disposition of gross saving (million dollars) 













Sources 


of gross saving 










Disposition of gross 














Saving 










Capital 
con- 
sumption 
allow- 
ances 
and 
MVA2 


Residual 
error of 
estimate 






Total 
gross 
saving 


Persons 
corporated 


& unin- 
business 


Corporate and government 
business enterprises 




Govern- 
ment 


Non- 
residents 


saving 


Year 

and 
quarter 


Personal 
saving 


Adjust- 
ment on 
grain 
trans- 
actions 1 


Undis- 
tributed 
corpo- 
ration 
profits 


Govt 

business 
enter- 
prises 


Capital 
assis- 
tance 


Inventory 
valuation 
adjust- 
ment 


Gross 

fixed 
capital 

form- 
ations 


Value of 
physical 
change 
in inven- 
tories 


Residual 
error of 
estimate 


D 
D 


40185 
40423 


40175 
40413 


40181 
40419 


40176 
40414 


40177 
40415 


40178 
40416 


40182 
40420 


40179 
40417 


40180 
40418 


40183 

40421 


40184 
40422 


40186 
40424 


40190 
40428 


40191 
40429 


1977 
1978 


48,082 
52,420 


13,889 
16,042 


34 
226 


10,589 
13,074 


598 
780 


446 
446 


-3,437 
-4,308 


-2,329 
-5,077 


4,755 
5,679 


22.923 
25,146 


614 
412 


48,193 
52,028 


502 

803 


-613 

-411 


Unadju 


sted for seasonal variation 
























1978 2 
3 
4 


1 2,989 
17,650 
11,612 


4,530 

7,861 

137 


97 
128 
159 


3,356 
3,641 
3,259 


181 
110 
234 


126 

111 
110 


-1,070 

-829 

-1,310 


-1,941 
-448 
-385 


1,503 

615 

1,996 


6,177 
6,413 
6,528 


30 

48 

884 


13,407 
14,220 
13,614 


-389 
3,478 
-1,118 


-29 

-48 

-884 


1979 1 
2 
3 


13,163 
1 5,992 
20,092 


3,121 
6,151 
8,107 


-62 
-35 
328 


4,090 
4,483 
5,107 


371 
307 
293 


107 

96 

129 


-1,739 

-1,424 
-1,501 


-807 

-2,080 
420 


2,142 

1,752 

224 


6,548 
6,808 
7,093 


-608 

-66 

-108 


12,264 
14,966 
16,212 


290 

959 

3,771 


609 

67 

109 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 

1978 2 52,564 17,440 168 12,416 696 376 -4.044 -5,088 5,356 24,708 536 51,812 1,284 -532 

3 53,268 14,672 252 13,520 512 488 -3,572 -4,272 5,704 25,480 484 52,856 896 -484 

4 55,936 15,792 420 13,616 1,212 452 -5,816 -3,004 7,412 26,040 -188 54,192 1,560 184 

1979 1 59,512 15,292 208 17,404 1,132 460 -6,120 -2,056 6,176 26,504 512 55,436 4,588 -512 

2 62,180 21,024 172 16,832 1,204 320 -5,672 -5,668 6,312 27,292 364 57,292 5,252 -364 

3 63,204 15,368 800 18,712 1,260 596 -6,276 -676 5,220 28,092 108 60,612 2,700 -108 

iThis item is the adjustment to take account of the accrued earnings of farm operators arising out of the operations of the Canadian Wheat Board. See also footnote 1, 

Table 1.4. Miscellaneous valuation adjustment. 3For a breakdown between government and business, see Table 1.2. 
For source see Table 1.9. 



20 



January 1980 

1 -Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.7: Government revenue, expenditure, and surplus or deticit, by level of government (millions of dollars) 



Section 3-Table 1.7 

















Revenue 




























Direct taxes 












Indirect taxes 










Persons 






Corporate and government business enterprises 


Non- 
resi- 
dents 
federal 






Total2 


Federal 
tax 
col lee- 
Federal tions 


Pro- 
vincial 


Provin- 
cial tax 
collec- 
tions 




Year 


Total 


Federal 1 


Pro- 
vincial 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 
pension 

plan 




and 
quarter 


Total 


Federal 


Pro- 
vincial 


Local4 


D 

D 


40058 
40296 


40059 
40297 


40060 
40298 


40062 
40300 


40063 
40301 


40064 
40302 


40065 40066 
40303 40304 


40067 
40305 


40068 
40306 


40069 
40307 


40070 
40308 


40071 
40309 


40072 
40310 


40073 
40311 


1977 
1978 


31,079 
33,130 


17,735 
17,348 


10,931 
13,056 


1,829 
2,022 


584 
704 


7,211 
7,863 


5,088 5,631 
5,536 5,732 


2,123 
2,327 


1,930 
2,460 


534 

582 


27,101 
28,777 


9,085 
9,709 


10,102 
10,498 


7,914 
8,570 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1978 2 
3 
4 


7,223 
8,844 
8,723 


3,669 
4,528 
4,799 


2,627 
3,645 
3,479 


688 
496 
322 


239 
175 
123 


1,959 
2,006 
2,247 


1,379 
1,412 
1,581 


1,274 
1,248 
1,289 


580 
594 
666 


566 
585 
509 


149 

96 

205 


6,744 
7,099 
7,515 


2,430 
2,469 
2,661 


2,172 
2,487 
2,699 


2,142 
2,143 
2,155 


1979 1 
2 
3 


9,908 
7,231 
9,771 


5,140 
3,883 
5,295 


3,958 
2,290 
3,699 


618 
792 
576 


192 
266 
201 


2,307 
2,543 
2,692 


1,624 
1,790 
1,895 


2,318 
1,330 
1,542 


683 
753 
797 


940 

559 
601 


186 

200 
166 


7,952 
7,318 
8,036 


2,344 
2,511 
2,771 


3,386 
2,574 
3,032 


2,222 
2,233 
2,233 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1978 2 32,380 

3 33,724 

4 35,500 



16,348 
17,516 
18,712 



13,356 2,028 
13,472 2,080 
13,824 2,112 



648 
656 
852 



7,204 
8,344 
9,000 



5,080 
5,872 
6,328 



4,732 
5,788 
6,656 



2,124 
2,472 
2,672 



2,428 
2,148 
2,584 



524 
556 
640 



28,544 
28,392 
29,560 



9,792 

9,744 

10,088 



10,184 
10,072 
10,892 



8,568 
8,576 
8,580 



1979 1 36,196 

2 33,356 

3 37,248 



19,472 
17,748 
20,292 



13,684 2,260 

12,520 2,344 

13,748 2,424 



780 
744 
784 



9,612 

9,460 

11,136 



6,760 
6,668 
7,840 



6,892 
5,116 
7,184 



2,852 
2,792 
3,296 



3,240 
2,492 
2,208 



848 
704 
956 



30,584 
30,988 
31,984 



10,020 
10,064 
10,960 



11,640 
11,992 
12,088 



8,924 
8,932 
8,936 











Revenue 
















Other current transfers from persons 








Investment income 








Year 




Total 


Federal 


Provincial Local 


Hospitals 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 


quarter 


Total 


Federal Provincial Local 


Hospitals 


D 
D 


40074 
40312 


40075 40076 40077 
40313 40314 40315 


40078 
40316 


40079 
40317 


40080. 
40318 


40081 40082 
40319 40320 


40083 
40321 


40084 
40322 


40559 
40560 



1977 


1,601 


13 


1,469 


107 


12 


9,907 


3,138 


5,195 


283 


17 


893 


381 


1978 


1,930 


15 


1,788 


115 


12 


11,909 


3,825 


6,244 


317 


18 


1,049 


456 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1978 2 


406 


4 


371 


28 


3 


3,091 


1,091 


1,519 


81 


5 


284 


111 


3 


419 


4 


383 


29 


3 


2,994 


1,025 


1,540 


74 


4 


233 


118 


4 


423 


4 


386 


30 


3 


3,192 


1,038 


1,611 


96 


5 


316 


126 


1979 1 


740 


4 


703 


30 


3 


3,042 


819 


1,760 


78 


4 


261 


120 


2 


425 


5 


387 


30 


3 


3.484 


1,171 


1,783 


93 


5 


330 


102 


3 


449 


5 


411 


30 


3 


3,490 


1,152 


1,834 


83 


4 


285 


132 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1978 2 


1,780 


16 


1,640 


112 


12 


12,584 


4,352 


6,436 


304 


20 


1,028 


444 


3 


1,996 


16 


1,852 


116 


12 


12,332 


4,068 


6,396 


312 


16 


1,068 


472 


4 


1,976 


16 


1,828 


120 


12 


12,064 


3,800 


6,272 


360 


20 


1,108 


504 


1979 1 


2,160 


16 


2,012 


120 


12 


12,280 


3,772 


6,480 


340 


16 


1,192 


480 


2 


1,836 


20 


1,684 


120 


12 


13,864 


4,448 


7,444 


352 


20 


1,192 


408 


3 


2,100 


20 


1,948 


120 


12 


14,308 


4,564 


7,544 


352 


16 


1,304 


528 



'Includes the taxes on life insurance companies introduced in 1969 At the present time, tor National Accounts purposes, life insurance companies are treated as associations of 

individuals in so far as their investment activities are concerned The 1969 taxes are thus included here pending a complete review of the treatment of insurance 2Tax 

liabilities 3vVithholding faxes ''The quarterly figures of real properly taxes unad|usted and seasonally ad|usted are obtained by dividing annual totals by four. Since real 

property tax rates have been generally upward, this treatment gives rise to a fictitious seasonal between the fourth and first quarters in the seasonally ad|usted faxes of 

series 

For source see Table 1.9. 



21 



Section 3-Table 1.7/Continued 



January 1980 



1 -Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.7: Government revenue, expenditure, and surplus or deficit, by level of government (millions of dollars)/continued 



Revenue 






Current 


transfers trom other levels of government 








Total revenue 










Total 


Provinces 


Local governments 


Hospitals 




Year 
and 
quarter 


From 
Canada 


From local 
govern- 
ments 


From 
Canada 


From 
provinces 


From 
provinces 


From local 
govern- 
ments 


Total 


Federal 


Pro- 
vincial 


Local 


Hospitals 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 


D 
D 


40085 
40323 


40086 
40324 


40087 
40325 


40088 
40326 


40089 
40327 


40090 
40328 


40091 
40329 


40092 
40330 


40093 
40331 


40094 
40332 


40095 
40333 


40096 
40334 


40097 
40335 


40098 
40336 


1977 
1978 


24,915 
26,814 


9,615 
10,510 


48 

43 


352 
347 


8,616 
9,213 


6,264 
6,681 


20 

20 


102,348 
111,005 


35,593 

37,015 


39,483 
44,466 


17,272 
18,562 


6,313 
6,731 


2,722 
3,071 


965 
1,160 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal variation 
























1978 2 
3 
4 


7,108 
6,488 
6,587 


2,457 
2,466 
2,632 


8 

7 
12 


137 
80 
60 


2,874 
2,244 
2,204 


1,627 
1,686 
1,674 


5 
5 
5 


26,680 
27,946 
28,892 


8,722 

9,534 

10,288 


9,734 
11,122 
11,485 


5,262 
4,570 
4,545 


1,640 
1,698 
1,687 


972 

729 
638 


350 
293 
249 


1979 1 
2 

3 


6,989 
7,844 
8,134 


2,886 
2,886 
2,693 


17 
9 
9 


94 

136 

63 


2,057 
3,020 
3,567 


1,930 
1,788 
1,797 


5 
5 
5 


31,124 
29,045 
32,738 


10,117 

9,560 

11,284 


13,393 
10,682 
12,475 


4,481 
5.512 
5,976 


1,942 
1,801 
1,809 


879 

1,122 

861 


312 
368 
333 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1978 2 
3 
4 

1979 1 
2 
3 



26,408 1 0,468 

27,692 10,904 

27,816 10,604 

27,508 10,416 

29,604 12,288 

34,612 11,940 



48 
44 
28 

56 
52 

48 



268 
344 
404 

532 
292 
292 



9,072 
9,400 
9,820 

9,340 

9,748 

14,856 



6,532 
6,980 
6,940 

7,144 
7,204 
7,456 



20 
20 
20 


109,424 
113,036 
116,556 


36,112 
37,772 
39,584 


44,256 
45,212 
46,120 


18,324 
18,748 
19,284 


6,584 
7,028 
6,992 


3,056 
3,148 
3,220 


1,092 
1,128 
1,356 


20 
20 
20 


119,188 
119,812 
132,344 


40,888 
39,652 
44,632 


47,140 
48,772 
50.612 


19,256 
1 9.444 
24,556 


7,192 
7,256 
7,504 


3,452 
3,536 
3,728 


1,260 
1,152 
1,312 



Current expenditure 








Purchases of goods 


and serv 


ces5 








Transfer payments 


to persons 






Year 
and 
quarter 


Total 


Federal 


Defences 


Provincial 


Local 


Hospital 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 


Total 


Federal 


Pro- 
vincial 


Local 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 


D 
D 


40111 
40349 


40112 
40350 


40113 
40351 


40114 
40352 


40115 
40353 


40116 
40354 


40553 
40556 


40554 
40557 


40117 
40355 


40118 
40356 


40119 
40357 


40120 
40358 


40121 
40359 


40122 
40360 


1977 
1978 


43,588 
48,112 


11,135 
11,955 


3,693 
4,080 


12,223 
13,770 


14,204 

15,791 


5,962 
6,525 


42 

44 


22 

27 


22,455 
25,229 


13,089 
14,616 


7,751 
8,627 


259 
285 


997 

1,246 


359 

455 


Unadjusted for seasonal variation 
























1978 2 
3 
4 


11,312 
12,036 
12,315 


2,679 
2,924 
2,840 


939 

999 

1,044 


3,025 
3,619 
3,454 


3,966 
3,791 
4,331 


1,630 
1,679 
1,669 


5 
15 
13 


7 
8 
8 


6,276 
6,106 
6,210 


3,784 
3,440 
3,488 


1,993 

2,161 
2,198 


76 
72 
77 


308 
317 
328 


115 
116 
119 


1979 1 
2 
3 


13,644 
12,178 
13,129 


3,872 
2,753 
3,070 


1,187 
1,009 
1,011 


4,019 
3,250 
3,991 


4,033 
4,388 
4,212 


1,703 
1,775 
1.842 


14 
4 

7 


3 

8 

7 


6,950 
6,610 
6,443 


3,958 
3.766 
3.450 


2,426 
2,237 
2,381 


68 
84 
80 


366 
384 
391 


132 
139 
141 


Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 
























1978 2 
3 

4 


47,672 
48,676 
49,632 


11,816 
11,980 
12,160 


4,068 
4,064 
4,220 


13,752 
13,720 
14,356 


15,592 
16,300 
16,228 


6,464 
6,584 
6,804 


20 
60 
52 


28 
32 
32 


24,992 
25,512 
25,884 


14.652 
14,740 
14,844 


8,344 
8,748 
8,964 


304 
292 
288 


1,232 
1,268 
1,312 


460 
464 
476 


1979 1 

2 
3 


50,552 
51,440 
52,864 


12,568 
12,400 
12,396 


4,264 
4,396 
4,124 


14,556 
14,724 
15,188 


16.484 
17,236 
18.004 


6,876 
7.032 
7,220 


56 
16 
28 


12 
32 
28 


25,840 
26,456 
26,732 


14,528 
14,616 
14,636 


9,028 
9,420 
9.644 


292 
328 
324 


1,464 
1,536 
1,564 


528 
556 
564 



5See page 23 6Defense purchases of goods and services are included in Federal government purchases of goods and services 



22 



Section 3-Table 1.7/Continued 



January 1980 

1— Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.7: Government revenue, expenditure, and surplus or deficit, by level of government (millions of dollars)/continued 



Cutrent expenditute 






Subsidies 




Capital 


assistance 


Current transfers 
to non-residents 




Total 


Interest 
Federal 


on the public 
Provincial 


debt 
Local 




Year 


Total 


Federal 


Canada 

Pension 

Plan 




quartet 


Total 


Federal 


Provincial 


Total 


Federal 


Provincial 


Hospitals 


D 

D 


40124 
40362 


40125 
40363 


40126 
40364 


40127 
40365 


40128 
40366 


40129 
40367 


40130 
40368 


41970 
41972 


41971 
41973 


40131 
40369 


40132 
40370 


40133 
40371 


40134 
40372 


40555 
40558 


1977 
1978 


3,273 
3,354 


2,333 

2,372 


940 
982 


602 
662 


424 
467 


178 
195 


635 
1,014 


627 

1,004 


8 
10 


9,209 
10,897 


5,101 
6.410 


2,772 
3,034 


1,272 
1,385 


64 

68 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal variation 
























1978 2 
3 

4 


834 
877 
794 


648 
565 
549 


186 
312 
245 


193 
155 
165 


149 
109 
109 


44 
46 
56 


172 
183 
186 


169 
180 
184 


3 
3 
2 


2,726 
2,549 
3,020 


1,599 
1,520 
1,757 


720 
729 
786 


388 
285 
456 


19 

15 
21 


1979 1 
2 
3 


843 

933 

1,075 


573 
731 
760 


270 

202 
315 


175 
144 
195 


103 

91 

149 


72 
53 
46 


201 
163 
199 


199 

160 
196 


2 
3 
3 


3,129 
3,253 
3,143 


1,993 
1,923 
2,025 


836 
878 
792 


286 
432 
310 


14 
20 

16 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1978 2 
3 

4 


3,672 
3,232 

3,104 


2,660 
2,272 
2,076 


1,012 

960 

1,028 


644 
664 
672 


468 
480 
448 


176 
184 
224 


564 
812 
844 


552 
800 
836 


12 

12 

8 


10,560 
10,720 
11,608 


6,244 
6,244 
6,872 


2,900 
3,152 
3,060 


1979 1 
2 
3 


3,408 
4,084 
4,028 


2,360 
2,984 
3,048 


1,048 

1,100 

980 


732 
512 
860 


444 
300 
676 


288 
212 
184 


764 
532 
880 


756 
520 
868 


8 
12 
12 


1 2,440 
12,852 
13,044 


7,708 
7,816 
8,124 


3,200 
3,488 
3,464 



1,352 
1,256 
1,604 

1,460 
1,480 
1,384 



64 
68 
72 

72 
68 
72 















Current expenditure 
















Current 


transfers to 


other levels ot government 






Total current expenditures 








Total 


Canada to 


Provinces to 


Local governments to 


Total 


Federal 


Pro- 
vincial 


Local Hospitals 


Canada 

pension 

plan 




Year 

and 
quarter 


Provinces 


Local 
govern- 
ments 


Local 
govern- 
ments 


Hospitals 


Provinces Hospitals 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 


D 
D 


40135 
40373 


40136 
40374 


40137 
40375 


40138 
40376 


40139 
40377 


40140 40141 
40378 40379 


40142 
40380 


40143 
40381 


40144 
40382 


40145 40146 
40383 40384 


40147 
40385 


40148 
40386 



1977 


24,915 


9,615 


352 


8,616 


6,264 


48 


20 


104,677 


42,676 


38,744 


15,803 


6,026 


1,047 


381 


1978 


26,814 


10,510 


347 


9,213 


6,681 


43 


20 


116,082 


47,681 


42,502 


17,524 


6,593 


1,300 


482 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1978 2 
3 

4 


7,108 
6,488 
6,587 


2,457 
2,466 
2,632 


137 
80 
60 


2,874 
2,244 
2,204 


1,627 
1,686 
1,674 


1979 1 
2 
3 


6,989 
7,844 
8,134 


2,886 
2,886 
2,693 


94 

136 

63 


2,057 
3,020 
3,567 


1,930 
1,788 
1,797 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 

1978 2 26,408 10,468 268 9,072 6,532 

3 27,692 10,904 344 9,400 6,980 

4 27,816 10,604 404 9,820 6,940 

1979 1 27,508 10,416 532 9,340 7,144 

2 29,604 12,288 292 9,748 7,204 

3 34,612 11,940 292 14,856 7,456 



7 
12 

17 
9 
9 



48 
44 
28 

56 
52 
48 



5 
5 
5 


28,621 
28,394 
29,277 


11,622 
11,284 
11,619 


10,469 
10,797 
10,617 


4,443 
4,160 
4,881 


1,649 
1,694 
1,690 


316 
335 
343 


122 
124 
127 


5 
5 
5 


31,931 
31,125 
32,318 


13,678 
1 2,446 
12,406 


11,610 
11,428 
12,889 


4,409 
4,918 
4,616 


1,717 
1,795 
1,858 


382 
391 
401 


135 
147 
148 


20 
20 
20 


114,512 
117,308 
119,560 


47,128 
47,764 
48,244 


41,788 
43,144 
44,392 


17,316 
17,912 
18,168 


6,528 
6,652 
6,876 


1,264 
1,340 
1,372 


488 
496 
508 


20 
20 
20 


121,244 
125,480 
133,020 


49,312 
51,216 
51,980 


44,604 
45,896 
51,772 


18,312 
19,116 
19,780 


6,948 
7,100 
7,292 


1,528 
1,564 
1,604 


540 
588 
592 



^Includes capital consumptions allowances as shown on page 24, col 8. 



23 



Section 3-Table 1.7/Concluded January 1980 

1— Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.7: Government revenue, expenditure, and surplus or deficit, by level of government (millions of dollars)/concluded 













Surplus or 


deficit on a 


national accounts 


basis 


















Saving 








Total 


Plus: capital consumption 
Federal Provincial 


allowances 
Local 




Year 
and 
quarter 


Total 


Federal 


Provincial 


Local 


Hospitals 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 

pension 
plan 


Hospitals 


D 

D 


40149 
40387 


40150 
40388 


40151 
40389 


40152 
40390 


40153 
40391 


40154 
40392 


40155 
40393 


40099 
40337 


40100 
40338 


40101 
40339 


40102 
40340 


40103 
40341 


1977 
1978 


-2,329 

-5,077 


-7,083 
-10,666 


739 

1,964 


1,469 
1,038 


287 

138 


1,675 
1,771 


584 
678 


3,157 
3,629 


553 
629 


1,134 
1,303 


1,244 
1,441 


226 
256 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal 


variation 






















1978 2 
3 
4 


-1,941 
-448 
-385 


-2,900 
-1,750 
-1,331 


-735 
325 
868 


619 
410 
-336 


-9 
4 
-3 


656 
394 
295 


228 

169 

122 


891 
923 
956 


155 
160 
165 


320 
331 
343 


353 
367 
381 


63 
65 
67 


1979 1 
2 
3 


-807 

-2,080 

420 


-3,561 
-2,886 
-1,122 


1,783 
-746 

-414 


72 
594 

1,360 


225 

6 

-49 


497 
731 
460 


177 
221 
185 


989 

1,022 
1.055 


171 
176 
181 


355 
366 
378 


394 
409 
423 


69 
71 
73 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1978 2 
3 
4 


-5,088 
-4,272 
-3,004 


-11,016 
-9,992 
-8,660 


2,468 
2,068 
1,728 


1,008 
836 

1,116 


56 
376 

116 


1,792 
1,808 
1,848 


604 
632 
848 


3,564 
3,692 
3,824 


620 
640 
660 


1,280 
1,324 
1,372 


1,412 
1,468 
1.524 


252 
260 
268 


1979 1 
2 
3 


-2,056 

-5,668 

-676 


-8,424 

-11,564 

-7,348 


2,536 
2,876 
-1,160 


944 
328 

4,776 


244 

156 
212 


1,924 
1,972 
2,124 


720 
564 
720 


3,956 
4,088 
4,220 


684 
704 
724 


1,420 
1,464 
1,512 


1.576 
1,636 
1,692 


276 
284 
292 












Surplus or 


deficit on a 


national accounts basis 














Deduct gross 


capital formation 








Equals surplus 


l 4 ) or 


deficit (-) 






Year 
and 


Total 


Federal 


Provincial 


Local 


Hospitals 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 


quarter 


Total 


Federal Provincial 


Local 


Hospitals 


D 

D 


40156 
40394 


40157 
40395 


40158 
40396 


40159 
40397 


40160 
40398 


40168 

40406 


40169 
40407 


40170 
40408 


40171 
40409 


40172 
40410 


40173 
40411 


40174 
40412 


1977 
1978 


6,833 
7,466 


1,163 
1,320 


2,384 
2,702 


2,940 
3,044 


346 
400 


-6,005 
-8,914 


-7,693 
-11,357 


-511 
565 


-227 
-565 


167 
-6 


1,675 
1,771 


584 
678 


Unadjusted for 


seasona 


variation 






















1978 2 
3 

4 


1,814 
2,225 
2,028 


328 

371 
351 


640 
841 
738 


746 
909 
830 


100 
104 
109 


-2.864 
-1,750 
-1,457 


3,073 
-1,961 
-1,517 


-1,055 
-185 
473 


426 

-132 
-785 


-46 
-35 
-45 


656 
394 
295 


228 
169 
122 


1979 1 
2 
3 


1,532 
1,922 
2,349 


235 

283 
314 


577 
734 
956 


625 
797 
959 


95 
108 
120 


-1,350 

-2,980 

-874 


-3,625 
-2,993 
-1,255 


1,561 

-1,114 

-992 


-159 
206 
824 


199 
-31 
-96 


497 
731 
460 


177 
221 
185 


Seasonally ad 


usted at 


annual rates 




















1978 2 
3 
4 


7,512 
7,480 
7,692 


1,336 
1,308 
1,372 


2,724 
2,708 
2,756 


3,044 
3,072 
3,148 


408 
392 
416 


-9,036 
-8,060 
-6,872 


-11,732 

-10,660 

-9,372 


1,024 
684 
344 


-624 
-768 
-508 


-100 
244 
-32 


1,792 
1,808 
1,848 


604 
632 
848 


1979 1 
2 
3 


7,832 
7,900 
7,912 


1,120 
1,140 
1,100 


3,076 
3,096 
3,116 


3,216 
3,228 
3,240 


420 
436 
456 


-5,932 
-9,480 
-4,368 


-8,860 

-12,000 

-7,724 


880 

1,244 

-2,764 


-696 
-1,264 
3,228 


100 

4 
48 


1,924 
1,972 

2,124 


720 
564 
720 



For source see Table 1.9. 



24 



January 1980 

1 -Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.8: Implicit price indexes,! gross national expenditure (1971 = 100.0), 

based on seasonally adjusted data 



Section 3-Tables 1.8 and 1.9 





Personal expenditure on 


consumer goods 


and services 




Government 






Gross fixed capital formation 












Government 
















current 
expenditure 












Year 






Semi- 


Non- 






Non- 


Machinery 


and 




Durable 


durable 


durable 




on goods 








residential 


and 


quarter 


Total 


goods 


goods 


goods 


Services 


and 


services 




Total 


Total 


construction 


equipment 


D 


40626 


40627 


40628 


40629 


40630 




40631 




40632 


40633 


40634 


40635 


1977 


158 4 


136.9 


142.5 


168.8 


165.9 




194.9 




176.9 


176.4 


182.6 


147.3 


1978 


170.0 


144.0 


149.0 


186.5 


177 




212.6 




191.2 


188.4 


194.4 


157.2 


1978 2 


168.1 


141.7 


146.1 


185.5 


175.2 




209.8 




189.7 


187.4 


193.3 


156.4 


3 


171.1 


144.1 


1488 


189 


178.8 




2142 




192.8 


190 8 


197.0 


158.1 


4 


175.0 


148.6 


153.9 


192.1 


181.8 




219.4 




196.8 


1928 


198.6 


161.9 


1979 1 


178.3 


150.9 


156.7 


198.9 


183.6 




2237 




201.2 


197.8 


202.6 


169.0 


2 


182.6 


154.6 


161.3 


202.6 


188.4 




227.1 




205.1 


2022 


206.8 


173.0 


3 


187.1 


157.7 


166.4 


207.1 


193.4 




234.2 




208.7 


205.3 


210.2 


173.7 






Gross fixed capital formation 














Deduct: 
























imports of 
goods and serv 










Business 




goods and services 




ices 










Non- 


















Gross 






Residential 


residential 


Machinery 






Of which. 






Of which: 


national 




Total 


construction 


construction 


& equipment 




Total 


merchandise 




Total merchandise 


expenditure 


D 


40636 


40637 


40638 


40639 




40640 




40641 




40642 


40643 


40625 


1977 


177.0 


205.6 


176.2 


158.9 




187.3 




189.3 




174.2 


177.0 


171.7 


1978 


191.7 


224.9 


187.1 


174.9 




203.1 




205.4 




197.6 


200.7 


182.7 


1978 2 


190.1 


221.7 


185.2 


173.7 




198.3 




200.1 




192.2 


194.8 


181.8 


3 


193.1 


227.7 


1887 


175.7 




205.3 




207.6 




199.7 


202.9 


184.1 


4 


197.4 


2344 


192.4 


180.3 




211.6 




214.4 




2086 


211.7 


186.6 


1979 1 


201.8 


244.4 


195.7 


184.1 




224.8 




2294 




217.0 


219.2 


191.7 


2 


205.6 


250.2 


200.2 


186.6 




234.2 




240.3 




217.4 


218.8 


198.1 


3 


209.2 


256.7 


202.7 


190.5 




249 1 




256.5 




232.5 


235.0 


202.7 



iThese implicit indexes are current weighted price indexes They reflect not only pure price changes, but also changing expenditure patterns within and between maior groups 
Quarter-to-quarter comparisons based on the seasonally ad|usted data are less subject to the problem of shitting weights than are similar comparisons based on data unad- 
justed for seasonality, and therefore may be used as indicators of price change. 
For source see Table 1.9. 

Table 1.9: Relation between gross national product at market prices and gross domestic product at factor cost (millions of dollars) 





Gross 






Investment 


Investment 




Gross 






Investment 


Investment 






national 






income 


income 


Gross 


national 






income 


income 


Gross 


/ear 


product 


Residual 


Indirect 


received 


paid 


domestic 


product 


Residual 


Indirect 


received 


paid 


domestic 


ind 


at market 


error of 


taxes less 


from non- 


to non- 


product at 


at market 


error of 


taxes less 


from non- 


to non- 


product at 


quarter 


prices 


estimate 


subsidies 


residents 


residents 


factor cost 


prices 


estimate 


subsidies 


residents 


residents 


factor cost 


D 


40193 


40194 


40195 


40196 


40197 


40198 














D 














40550 


40431 


40432 


40433 


40434 


40435 


1977 


209,379 


-614 


-23,828 


-1,676 


6,214 


189,475 














1978 


230,407 


-412 


-25,423 


-2,105 


7,725 


210,192 















Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1978 2 


56,193 


-30 


-5,910 


-590 


1,788 


51,451 


228,052 


-536 


-24,872 


-2,180 


7,104 


207,568 


3 


62,698 


-48 


-6,222 


-589 


1,661 


57,500 


233,600 


-484 


-25,160 


-2,408 


7,608 


213,156 


4 


59,676 


-884 


-6,721 


-471 


2,725 


54,325 


238,548 


188 


-26,456 


-1,876 


9,348 


219,752 


1979 1 


58,610 


608 


-7,109 


-564 


1,991 


53,536 


248,784 


-512 


-27,176 


-2,272 


8,680 


227,504 


2 


63,407 


66 


-6,385 


-509 


2,240 


58,819 


255,204 


-364 


-26,904 


-1,952 


8,820 


234,804 


3 


70,326 


108 


-6,961 


-631 


2,151 


64,993 


264,400 


-108 


-27,956 


-2,536 


9,764 


243,564 



Source: National income and expenditure accounts (13-001), Statistics Canada. 



25 



Section 3-Table 2.1 

2— Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.1: Real domestic product by industry of origin, 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification 



January 1980 



quarterly volume indexes (1971 = 100), 



Year 
and 
quarter 



Real 
domestic 



Fishing 
and 



Mines 

(including 

milling). 

quarries 

and oil 



product Agriculture Forestry trapping 



Manufac- 
turing 



Con- 



wells industries struction 



Transportation, storage 
and communication 



Trans- Commun- 
Total portation ication 



Electric 

power, 

gas and 

water 

utilities 



Wholesale 
Total trade 



1971 industry weights 



Retail 
trade 



100 000 



3 371 



181 



3819 



22862 



6.990 



9096 



2816 



11.367 



4509 



6858 



100328 
100441 



100329 
100442 



100330 
100443 



100331 
100444 



100332 
100445 



100342 
100455 



100398 
100511 



100399 
100512 



100400 
100513 



100408 
100521 



100395 
100508 



100409 
100522 



100410 
100523 



100412 
100525 



1977 


130.1 


108.8 


116.4 


106 9 


114.0 


124.1 


121.8 


139.5 


125.7 


172.2 


151.0 




136.5 


127.1 


143.0 


1978 


135.3 


117.8 


123 8 


126.5 


105.3 


1338 


120.7 


145.2 


128 8 


183.4 


159.7 




140.9 


131.4 


147.5 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal variation 


























1978 2 


136.3 


102.8 


101.2 


130.3 


105.3 


138.0 


123.0 


145.9 


129.7 


183.2 


142.4 




146.9 


141.0 


151.0 


3 


141.1 


289 1 


127.0 


2224 


972 


130 


140.0 


150 4 


1349 


185 6 


133.3 




140.2 


131.1 


146.6 


4 


136.8 


37.9 


155.0 


111.2 


109 9 


139.9 


120.5 


147.5 


129 7 


188.1 


172.0 




151.7 


129.6 


167.1 


1979 1 


132.7 


50.0 


127.7 


49.8 


108.5 


139 


93.9 


144.6 


125.1 


190.9 


199.3 




129.1 


127.7 


130.0 


2 


140.2 


108.5 


110.3 


149.8 


111.9 


143 3 


112.6 


157 


140.2 


196.9 


155.6 




1494 


142.9 


154.0 


3 


144.2 


257.8 


125.8 


2027 


116.5 


1338 


133.7 


160 3 


143 7 


198 4 


1459 




144.1 


135.8 


149.9 


Adjusted for seasonal variation 


























1978 2 


134.4 


114.3 


119.5 


108.1 


104.1 


132 3 


123.9 


143.4 


126.5 


1825 


1548 




140.3 


131.8 


146.2 


3 


136 


117.5 


114.6 


125.3 


100 8 


135 9 


120 6 


146.6 


129 4 


185.9 


157.7 




141.8 


131.7 


148.9 


4 


137.6 


119.7 


142.1 


132.7 


105.6 


138 9 


118.3 


148 4 


131 8 


187.3 


163 3 




141.6 


131.8 


148.4 


1979 1 


1383 


115.1 


133.6 


121.3 


1102 


1392 


114.7 


150.3 


131.8 


192.3 


1686 




143.9 


1337 


151.0 


2 


1380 


115.7 


130.7 


118.6 


111.9 


1369 


114.3 


153.8 


136.1 


195.8 


168 6 




142.7 


133.3 


149.3 


3 


139.9 


115.6 


114.5 


117.0 


121.4 


139 2 


114 2 


1560 


1377 


198 5 


172.0 




145.6 


135.6 


152.5 




Finance, 


Community 
business 


Public 








Special industry 


groupings 
























Commercial 














insurance 




and administration 


Index of 


Goods- 


Service- 




industries 




Nor 


Non-durable 


Durable 




and real 
estate 


personal 
services 


and 
detence 


industrial 
production 


producing 
industries 


producing Commercial 
industries industries 


less 
agriculture 


commercia 
industries 


manufacturing manufacturing 
industries industries 


Year 
and 












1971 industry 


weights 
















quarter 


12.036 




19359 


7.388 


29 497 


40.754 


59246 


81 341 


77 970 


1865J 


1 


11 496 


11366 



100422 
100535 



100423 
100536 



100430 
100543 



100431 
100544 



100433 
100546 



100435 
100548 



100436 
100549 



100437 
100550 



100438 
100551 



100439 
100552 



100440 
100553 



1977 


143.7 


129.9 


126.1 


125 2 


123 


134 9 


133 1 


134.1 


117.1 


121 6 


126 6 


1978 


150.5 


134.0 


128 8 


132.4 


129 


139.7 


139 2 


140.1 


118.7 


132.9 


134.6 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal 


variation 




















1978 2 


149.6 


134.8 


130.4 


134.1 


128 9 


141.2 


139 8 


141.4 


1206 


1338 


142.1 


3 


150 9 


131.3 


1335 


126 


1424 


140.1 


147.1 


1409 


1148 


133.6 


126.4 


4 


153.7 


136.6 


125.8 


1389 


127.6 


143.3 


140.8 


145.3 


119.6 


1383 


141.5 


1979 1 


153.0 


137.4 


125.4 


1405 


124.3 


138 5 


135.7 


139.4 


119.8 


136.5 


141.3 


2 


154.5 


1387 


128 8 


140 3 


132.4 


145.5 


1447 


146.3 


120 4 


142.4 


144.2 


3 


157.1 


135.6 


130.6 


132.7 


143.4 


144.7 


151.1 


146.5 


113 8 


138 5 


129.2 


Adjusted for 


seasonal variation 




















1978 2 


149.7 


133.2 


1293 


130.7 


127 8 


138 9 


138.0 


139.1 


118.6 


130 6 


134.0 


3 


151.6 


134.5 


129 4 


133.3 


129 4 


140.5 


1399 


140.9 


119.0 


134 9 


136.9 


4 


153.4 


135.6 


128.0 


136 8 


132 2 


141.3 


142.0 


143.0 


118.5 


138.1 


139.7 


1979 1 


153.3 


136.9 


128 4 


138.1 


132.0 


142.5 


142.7 


143 9 


118.7 


137.9 


140.5 


2 


154.2 


137.1 


127.8 


136.5 


130 7 


1430 


142.6 


1437 


118 5 


138.0 


135.8 


3 


157.4 


138.5 


126.5 


139 8 


132.8 


1448 


1450 


146.3 


118.0 


140.2 


138.2 



'The average of the monthly series may not equal the annual level due to rounding. 

Sources: Indexes of Real Domestic Products by Industry (Including the Index of Industrial Production) (61-005), and Indexes of Real Domestic Product by Industry, 

1971 = 100, occasional (61-213), Statistics Canada. 



26 



January 1980 

2-Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.2: Real domestic product by industry of origin, monthly volume indexes (1971 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification 



Section 3-Table 2.2 



100), 















Mines (including 


milling), 






Real 






Fishing 




quarries and oi 


wells 












Non-metal 




domestic 






and 




Metal 


Mineral 


mines (except 




product 


Agriculture 


Forestry 


trapping 


Total 


mines 


fuels 


coal mines) 


Year 








1971 industry 


weights 








and 


















month 


100.000 


3.371 


.715 


.181 


3.819 


1 584 


1 492 


.363 


D 


100215 


100216 


100217 


100218 


100219 


100220 


100224 


100227 


D 


100554 


100555 


100556 


100557 


100558 


100559 


100563 


100566 


1977 


130.1 


108.8 


116.4 


106.9 


114.0 


105.9 


113.7 


127.4 


1978 


135.3 


117.8 


123.8 


126.5 


105.3 


85.1 


113.6 


120.6 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal variation 
















1977 N 


132.8 


41.4 


134.1 


73.0 


118.9 


107.2 


122.2 


132.6 


D 


128.1 


40.3 


127.0 


55.3 


115.8 


100 7 


129.5 


114.9 


1978 J 


121.8 


45.5 


89.6 


33.6 


104.7 


91.4 


111.6 


115.2 


F 


130 2 


47.2 


124.2 


52.6 


111.7 


100.8 


117.2 


120.1 


M 


129.7 


31.4 


122.6 


40.1 


109.7 


98.2 


113.3 


123 5 


A 


136.0 


166 6 


98.7 


71.6 


102.1 


87.2 


103.9 


123.8 


M 


135.8 


140.2 


93.6 


142.4 


101.2 


85.0 


102.6 


119.5 


J 


137.0 


1.6 


111.3 


176.9 


112.5 


90.8 


120.8 


132.0 


J 


128.7 


41.6 


93.4 


293.8 


90.1 


64.2 


102 


94.4 


A 


130.9 


40.7 


127.4 


2365 


992 


73.8 


110.3 


110.6 


S 


163.6 


784.9 


160.1 


137.0 


102.2 


79.3 


108.2 


126.1 


O 


137.3 


26.1 


154.8 


161.0 


109.4 


894 


115.7 


124.4 


N 


1388 


43.1 


167.0 


92.7 


110.0 


79.4 


127.5 


131.7 


D 


134.4 


44.5 


143.1 


80.0 


110.3 


82.2 


129.8 


126.9 


1979 J 


127.7 


-50.9 


111.8 


285 


104.0 


75.9 


123.9 


118.7 


F 


1346 


52.3 


134.9 


39.0 


110.7 


81.3 


131.6 


130.4 


M 


135.8 


469 


136.4 


82.0 


1109 


84.2 


126.9 


136.3 


A 


1389 


170.6 


105.0 


75.2 


110.6 


805 


129.5 


133.9 


M 


140.7 


1448 


107.1 


160.7 


110.5 


85.9 


122.6 


127.0 


J 


140.9 


10.0 


118.9 


213.6 


114.7 


876 


125.4 


146.1 


J 


1333 


438 


114.2 


267.2 


114.4 


99.9 


1226 


105.2 


A 


135.7 


44.6 


132.2 


207.1 


116.6 


107.4 


116.7 


117.5 


S 


163.5 


6849 


131.0 


133 8 


118.4 


101.6 


120.7 


143.3 





140.5 


36.2 


120.3 


111.3 


119.4 


100.1 


126.6 


136.3 


Adjusted for 


seasonal variation 
















1977 N 


131.5 


112.7 


116.4 


102 4 


113.7 


105.5 


114.6 


120.4 


D 


131.3 


115.9 


122.9 


98.3 


112.2 


101.9 


116.1 


117.5 


1978 J 


132.0 


121.0 


114.2 


113.6 


109.6 


100.3 


110.2 


119.5 


F 


133.8 


119 9 


121.2 


134.2 


1109 


101.0 


113.1 


117.0 


M 


133.5 


117.7 


113.5 


113.4 


109.8 


99.1 


111.6 


117.6 


A 


134.3 


112.1 


119 6 


114.0 


103.9 


86.4 


109.2 


121.9 


M 


133.9 


114.8 


121.8 


103.5 


101.2 


80.2 


108.9 


120.0 


J 


135 


115.9 


117.0 


106.8 


107.2 


83.6 


118.5 


128.0 


J 


134 9 


115.1 


91.8 


123.7 


97.4 


68 1 


110.9 


121.6 


A 


135.6 


119.3 


115.9 


129.8 


100.9 


73.7 


114.0 


123.1 


S 


137.5 


118.1 


136.1 


122.3 


104.1 


80.6 


114.8 


121.3 





137.3 


117.8 


142.3 


134.0 


105.4 


86.1 


114.3 


112.0 


N 


137.6 


119.8 


1452 


129.3 


104.7 


78.3 


119.1 


119.5 


D 


137.9 


121.5 


138.8 


134.8 


106.6 


83.5 


116.4 


126.3 


1979 J 


138.1 


114.4 


143.2 


124.0 


109 


84.5 


122.9 


122.7 


F 


137.8 


114.5 


131.7 


112.9 


110.6 


82.7 


128.4 


125.6 


M 


138.9 


116 4 


125.8 


127.0 


111.1 


85.1 


126.0 


129 


A 


137.4 


114.9 


127.0 


117.9 


114.7 


82.4 


137.5 


132.8 


M 


138.4 


115.7 


140.0 


115.4 


110.4 


796 


130.0 


129.2 


J 


138.3 


116.6 


125.0 


122.6 


110.5 


84.6 


123.2 


136.0 


J 


139.4 


115.4 


112.0 


115.7 


122.8 


104 7 


132.8 


136.2 


A 


139.9 


116.0 


120.0 


117.4 


119.5 


108.8 


121.1 


132.4 


S 


140.5 


115.3 


111.4 


118.0 


1218 


106.4 


128.2 


134.9 





140.3 


114.1 


110.8 


116.6 


116.6 


97.7 


126.0 


129.2 



27 



Section 3-Table 2.2/Continued 

2-Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.2: Real domestic product by industry of origin, monthly volume indexes (1971 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification/continued 



January 1980 



100), 















Manufacturing industries 














Total 


Food and 
beverages 
industries 


Tobacco 
products 
industries 


Rubber 
& plastic 
products 
industries 


Leather 
industries 


Textile 
industries 


Knitting 
mills 


Clothing 
industries 


Wood 
industries 


Furniture 

and fixture 

industries 


Paper 
and allied 
industries 


Printing, 
publishing, 
and allied 
industries 


Primary 

metal 

industries 


Year 












1971 


industry we 


ghts 












month 


22862 


3 254 


.212 


.650 


.206 


.756 


.205 


.742 


968 


.420 


1.878 


1.123 


1.976 


D 

D 


100229 
100568 


100230 
100569 


100239 
100578 


100240 
100579 


100242 
100581 


100243 
100582 


100244 
100583 


100245 
100584 


100246 
100585 


100249 
100588 


100250 
100589 


100252 
100591 


100253 
100592 


1977 
1978 


124.1 
133.8 


112.1 
115.3 


121.6 
115.2 


155 3 
188.3 


95.0 
111.9 


116.9 

127.9 


101.5 
114.3 


115.2 
132 7 


141.0 
151.0 


109.5 
123.9 


117.1 
129.3 


129.2 
137.2 


116.1 
123.7 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1977 N 


131.8 


116.6 


1448 


152.7 


102.4 


121.1 


114.7 


115.6 


144.5 


120.8 


122.6 


145.2 


123.7 


D 


116.2 


103.3 


103.3 


152.8 


72.9 


117.3 


86.0 


93.6 


128.1 


110.1 


111.3 


125.0 


104.1 


1978 J 


114.6 


97.2 


120.4 


147.3 


88.3 


114.1 


101.2 


112.9 


131.3 


104.5 


118.4 


119.4 


115.2 


F 


132.8 


107.4 


137.4 


185.9 


119.4 


130.8 


122.1 


147.0 


153.6 


127.4 


128.1 


135.1 


127.7 


M 


134.2 


105.5 


139.6 


171.0 


108.1 


128.3 


114.8 


134.2 


154.8 


130.9 


130.0 


139.8 


131.8 


A 


136.4 


111.3 


133.3 


179.4 


106.4 


132.0 


110.2 


114.9 


163.1 


125.3 


134.3 


143.5 


129.7 


M 


133.4 


114.5 


107.3 


170.8 


110 8 


124.1 


104.4 


1135 


153.9 


122.2 


129.9 


139.3 


128.6 


J 


144.2 


123.0 


120.3 


194.9 


120.3 


130.1 


130.3 


136.5 


161.5 


126.8 


138.8 


142.8 


136.5 


J 


119.0 


114.5 


41.6 


163.7 


924 


112.8 


97.5 


113.1 


133.0 


83.4 


123.6 


119.8 


113.1 


A 


125.4 


125.6 


100.1 


164 4 


106.2 


1189 


119.7 


143.0 


144.0 


118.7 


127.9 


129.5 


103.4 


S 


145.6 


131.6 


131.2 


2197 


133.7 


131.2 


123 8 


164.4 


163.1 


141.5 


131.9 


148.8 


122.4 


O 


144.0 


123.7 


120.7 


211.9 


124.1 


138.9 


125 6 


148.9 


159.6 


140 4 


135.7 


149.5 


126.0 


N 


146.3 


122 


1264 


234.0 


1278 


140.5 


124 2 


157.3 


154.9 


144.8 


129.8 


152.3 


131.5 


D 


129 4 


107.6 


103.9 


216.7 


105.3 


133 6 


98.1 


107.1 


139.2 


120.3 


123.2 


126.1 


118.1 


1979 J 


127.3 


102.4 


114.4 


197.8 


102.8 


135.2 


101.5 


128.9 


134.7 


115.7 


125.9 


118.1 


124.8 


F 


143.6 


109 9 


135.2 


2399 


1203 


142.4 


128 7 


158.7 


155.1 


137.8 


135.6 


139.0 


133.2 


M 


146.0 


114.3 


1460 


2289 


1129 


1366 


126 9 


1495 


161.5 


134.5 


139.5 


141.9 


133.7 


A 


140.2 


114.4 


135.0 


226.3 


109.3 


133.9 


122.6 


131.4 


165.0 


130.8 


143.4 


146 


129.5 


M 


141.3 


124.1 


128.1 


215.5 


111.1 


135.2 


114.4 


124.3 


157.7 


133.4 


131.7 


143.5 


132.8 


J 


148.4 


134 


131.7 


231.4 


121.6 


140.1 


142.5 


149.9 


1680 


132 9 


135.1 


144.4 


121.0 


J 


122.6 


118.2 


46.3 


187 8 


92.9 


115 6 


112.4 


123.8 


1308 


956 


123.2 


125.9 


103.4 


A 


130.4 


128.1 


116.5 


2035 


127.2 


126.2 


126.7 


148.7 


147.6 


119.4 


129.7 


134.8 


109 


S 


148.5 


132 6 


125.1 


234.2 


133.7 


1343 


131.9 


161.5 


163.1 


1349 


136 4 


155.7 


123.4 


O 


146.6 


125.8 


125.4 


2336 


128.5 


136 4 


135.4 


1495 


158 9 


134 4 


136.3 


156.0 


134.0 


Adjusted for 


seasonal 


variation 
























1977 N 


125.3 


113.5 


127.3 


1468 


948 


118 9 


105 8 


112.3 


146.7 


109.1 


121.2 


131.3 


120.3 


D 


125.4 


113.6 


120.7 


1499 


826 


121.0 


105.2 


119 8 


1440 


113.7 


119.0 


131.2 


112.6 


1978 J 


126.2 


115.8 


120.5 


155.6 


99.0 


119.4 


109.7 


120.1 


140.9 


117.4 


125.8 


132.7 


117.1 


F 


128.3 


114.4 


122 2 


164 5 


110.8 


122.5 


111.8 


1278 


141.4 


118.9 


124.8 


134.6 


120.7 


M 


129 2 


113.5 


120 


161.2 


108.3 


121 9 


109.5 


1258 


142.1 


124.3 


127.4 


135 9 


122.3 


A 


1325 


113.8 


121.2 


174.9 


108 2 


1267 


115.2 


121 6 


150 2 


123 8 


130.0 


137.3 


123.0 


M 


131.1 


112.1 


106.5 


173.5 


110.5 


1240 


109.2 


126 3 


150 4 


124.0 


129 4 


138.1 


124.2 


J 


133.3 


112.5 


110.0 


185.8 


119.5 


125.3 


120.8 


132.1 


151.1 


124.7 


130 4 


137.5 


126.3 


J 


134.5 


112.2 


106 8 


1938 


112.3 


132.1 


1089 


126 3 


1549 


1126 


132.4 


136.0 


129.3 


A 


133.6 


116.5 


108.3 


190.5 


996 


1254 


115.0 


135.7 


153.5 


126.3 


129.5 


138.2 


115.6 


S 


139.6 


118.3 


118.3 


207.4 


121.0 


129.2 


117.6 


144.3 


158 7 


128.6 


131.7 


1420 


122.2 


O 


138.3 


117.9 


116.1 


2062 


114.4 


134.5 


118.2 


141.9 


158.1 


131.4 


130 1 


142.2 


126.8 


N 


139.1 


118.1 


111.9 


216.6 


118 4 


1383 


115.4 


150.0 


1567 


130.8 


128 5 


137.7 


127.5 


D 


139.3 


118.8 


120.4 


215.3 


119.2 


138.2 


120.7 


1406 


156.5 


125.2 


132.1 


132.5 


129.1 


1979 J 


139.4 


119.7 


114.9 


211.7 


108 4 


141.4 


112.1 


137.7 


145.6 


130.1 


133.8 


132.6 


126.3 


F 


138.4 


117.3 


120 


210.8 


111.4 


134.8 


117.4 


138 5 


143 1 


128 9 


132.2 


135 7 


125.9 


M 


1399 


120.9 


125.0 


2158 


113.5 


130.1 


120.3 


139.8 


1469 


127.6 


136 8 


137.9 


124.5 


A 


136.0 


115.8 


1225 


217.2 


111.5 


128.7 


126.7 


1357 


151.7 


128.9 


138.4 


139.7 


1230 


M 


138.3 


117.1 


128 2 


218.7 


111.2 


134.8 


122.2 


138.2 


153 6 


132.6 


131.3 


142.3 


128 3 


J 


136.3 


119.6 


123.1 


218.4 


119.4 


134.1 


131.8 


141 2 


156.8 


130.9 


126.7 


138.9 


111.0 


J 


137.7 


117.8 


122 5 


2224 


111.5 


1349 


124 3 


138.8 


148 2 


121.4 


130.2 


142.7 


118.6 


A 


138.2 


118.0 


125.9 


224.5 


119.0 


132.8 


121.6 


140 9 


157.4 


127.1 


131.4 


143.9 


121.6 


S 


141.6 


119 6 


120.7 


225.0 


120.5 


132.3 


125.0 


141.7 


159.5 


122.2 


136.3 


1486 


123.4 


O 


141.2 


1209 


116.1 


227.2 


118.1 


131.8 


127.3 


142.7 


158 


125.5 


1323 


1484 


135.3 



28 



January 1980 

2-Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.2: Real domestic product by industry of origin, monthly volume indexes (1971 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification/continued 



Section 3-Table 2.2/Continued 



100), 











Manufacturing 


industries 








Construction 
industry 


Transportation, storage & comr 






Metal 

fabricating 

ind. (ex 

mach. & 

transp 

equip, ind. 


Machin- 
eries 
ind (ex. 
electrical 
machinery 


Trans- 
portation 
equipment 
industries 


Electrical 
products 
industries 


Non- 
metallic 
mineral 
products 
industries 


Petroleum 
and coal 
products 

industries 


Chemical 

and chem. 

products 

industries 


Miscel- 
laneous 

manufac- 
turing ( 

industries 


nun. 




Total 


Transp. 


Storage 


Commun 


Year 












1971 


industry we 


ights 












month 


1.887 


1.008 


2.571 


1.631 


.905 


.394 


1.363 


.713 


6990 


9096 


5.874 


.258 


2.964 


D 
D 


100258 
100597 


100259 
100598 


100260 
100599 


100266 
100605 


100271 
100610 


100275 
100614 


100276 
100615 


100281 
100620 


100285 
100624 


100286 
100625 


100287 
100626 


100293 
100632 


100295 
100634 


1977 
1978 


119.5 
127.0 


147.2 
155.4 


139.1 
146.2 


114.1 
119.6 


121.5 
133.7 


135.0 
136.7 


135.6 
158.1 


123.2 
133.3 


121.8 
120.7 


139.5 
145.2 


125.7 
128.8 


106.7 
112.7 


172.2 
183 4 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1977 N 


1296 


150 6 


154.9 


119.9 


1358 


140.7 


136.4 


1347 


127.4 


141.3 


124 7 


115.4 


179.3 


D 


114.6 


156.1 


120.6 


112.4 


107.8 


145.4 


130.2 


114.3 


104.3 


135.8 


117.9 


96.0 


177.8 


1978 J 


96.6 


119.2 


129.4 


110.2 


88.2 


137.3 


140.7 


107.4 


94.7 


133.0 


116.2 


83.9 


173.5 


F 


126.2 


156.0 


146.0 


118.6 


109 1 


137.9 


159.5 


130.9 


102.1 


138.3 


122.0 


81.7 


178.3 


M 


131.8 


163.1 


155.3 


118.5 


110.8 


129.2 


159 4 


135.3 


101.8 


140.3 


124 6 


93.6 


178.1 


A 


128.3 


160.1 


162.2 


120 4 


125.4 


118.9 


168.6 


128.4 


112.5 


142.7 


126.4 


106 2 


180.8 


M 


127.6 


161.2 


155.2 


111.8 


133.5 


118.9 


160.4 


130.1 


120.5 


144.3 


127.5 


120.3 


182.6 


J 


142.2 


173.9 


167.0 


124.0 


150.5 


141.0 


165.4 


136.8 


135.9 


150.8 


135.1 


129.1 


186.2 


J 


113.6 


136.1 


114.7 


949 


139.6 


146.3 


143.5 


125.5 


137.2 


150.1 


135.2 


134.3 


183.3 


A 


129 8 


129.3 


104.3 


108.7 


146.2 


143.6 


150.1 


130.8 


141.5 


150.9 


136.0 


115.0 


186.0 


S 


139.8 


167.0 


153.0 


131.6 


165.4 


132.8 


166.9 


153.6 


141.4 


150.1 


133.4 


132.1 


187.5 


O 


133.1 


161.8 


159.1 


132.6 


162.8 


138.0 


163.9 


149.4 


136 8 


148.1 


131.7 


125.8 


185.3 


N 


136.3 


177.5 


166.2 


136.0 


149.6 


1498 


165.1 


142.9 


124.0 


148.2 


129.6 


120.9 


190.4 


D 


118.8 


159.5 


142.3 


127.9 


122.7 


147.0 


153.4 


128.3 


100.7 


146.2 


127.9 


109.0 


188.6 


1979 J 


112.6 


151.3 


154.9 


118.1 


94.4 


147.1 


150.9 


114.8 


92.5 


141.2 


122.1 


95.2 


186.2 


F 


132.3 


183.6 


164.1 


134.3 


116.4 


143.3 


174.7 


142.1 


94.8 


143.7 


123.3 


89.4 


192.4 


M 


133.1 


209.0 


173.1 


133.4 


114.1 


151.7 


166.5 


150.4 


945 


148.9 


130.0 


99.1 


194.0 


A 


125.5 


180.2 


153.2 


124.9 


123.5 


136.5 


164 


140.5 


100.1 


153.8 


136.8 


100.1 


195.3 


M 


134.1 


175.2 


156.5 


126.6 


136.4 


132.1 


164.5 


1395 


110.7 


155.3 


138.2 


119.2 


195.2 


J 


144.3 


183.1 


155.0 


139.2 


163.8 


148.6 


168.7 


156.3 


127.1 


162.0 


145.7 


125.7 


200.1 


J 


118.7 


154.9 


108.0 


110.6 


148.2 


138.7 


147.0 


131.8 


132.2 


159.8 


144.4 


133.8 


195.1 


A 


130.6 


151.8 


95.0 


117.5 


153.5 


153.3 


155.0 


139.0 


134.9 


161.3 


145.3 


120.3 


199.4 


S 


146.1 


189.7 


142.2 


147.1 


163.2 


133.7 


168.6 


162.1 


134.0 


159.7 


141.4 


140.3 


200.8 


O 


143.2 


192.9 


139.5 


141.0 


156.2 


140.7 


164.3 


158.3 


130.4 


157.6 


137.7 


137.3 


202.1 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1977 N 


121.2 


143.6 


142.1 


109.0 


124.4 


135.3 


136.2 


124.7 


120.4 


140.8 


125.7 


103.2 


176.6 


D 


121.2 


148.3 


142.4 


112.5 


125.7 


136.7 


139.3 


123.4 


118.5 


139.5 


122.9 


100.3 


178.5 


1978 J 


119.1 


142.5 


135.1 


116.9 


119.6 


132.2 


145.9 


126.0 


116.6 


141.7 


126.5 


104.7 


177.6 


F 


123.3 


147.0 


137.1 


115.1 


125.1 


134.0 


150.3 


127.0 


120.5 


143.1 


128.8 


103.4 


177.4 


M 


126.5 


149.6 


140.6 


114.8 


123.0 


1299 


151.7 


129.1 


120.7 


143.9 


128.3 


128.4 


178.7 


A 


127.0 


162.4 


143.8 


119.9 


128.5 


131.0 


158.3 


130.9 


124.6 


143.1 


126.3 


113.2 


181.8 


M 


127.4 


150.7 


144.8 


115.4 


127.6 


122.9 


154 6 


132.2 


124.3 


142.7 


125.5 


111.6 


182.3 


J 


131.2 


152.4 


145.3 


117.6 


131.9 


133.5 


155.5 


131.7 


122.7 


144.5 


127.7 


113.4 


183.4 


J 


128.3 


158.1 


150.7 


115.6 


135.3 


140.3 


157.2 


135.6 


121.8 


146.1 


128.9 


114.4 


185.7 


A 


129.8 


151.7 


143.7 


118.9 


137.9 


139.7 


162.9 


134.8 


120.7 


146.8 


129.9 


117.1 


185.6 


S 


133.0 


166.1 


156.2 


121.0 


146.9 


147.3 


164.4 


141.5 


119.3 


146.8 


129.5 


115.8 


186.5 


O 


128.6 


162.1 


148.8 


124.1 


141.9 


149.1 


163.6 


137.9 


119.6 


146.8 


130.7 


108.8 


184.7 


N 


129.3 


168.8 


152.1 


124.5 


137.8 


143.9 


166.2 


132.5 


118.4 


147.9 


130.9 


108.4 


187.7 


D 


125.8 


151.8 


157.7 


129.4 


144.8 


137.9 


165.2 


138.3 


116.9 


150.5 


133.7 


115.5 


189.5 


1979 J 


130.0 


175.6 


160.0 


127.1 


131.3 


141.4 


162.4 


1349 


116.3 


150.2 


132.5 


121.1 


190.8 


F 


130.9 


173.4 


154.2 


128.7 


134.4 


139.1 


161.3 


138.2 


114.1 


148.5 


129.9 


113.8 


191.4 


M 


126.7 


187.1 


157.0 


128.6 


128.4 


149.6 


157.5 


143.6 


113.7 


152.3 


133.1 


136.2 


194.6 


A 


125.5 


182.2 


136.2 


123.2 


126.5 


145.9 


154.9 


143.3 


112.6 


153.6 


136.0 


106.1 


195.7 


M 


131.9 


163.7 


145.4 


131.3 


127.9 


140.5 


160.0 


141.8 


115.2 


153.3 


135.6 


111.0 


194.9 


J 


132.5 


160.4 


135.8 


131.1 


140.7 


138.0 


158.4 


150.7 


115.0 


154.5 


136.6 


111.5 


196.8 


J 


132.5 


178.2 


135.9 


133.7 


143.2 


136.9 


163.9 


142.1 


115.6 


155 3 


137.3 


115.3 


197.5 


A 


133.2 


179.0 


127.1 


134.4 


142.8 


143.6 


1650 


143.6 


114.1 


156.6 


138.3 


121.9 


198.8 


S 


136.0 


188.4 


140.2 


133.3 


144.1 


145.3 


166.5 


1495 


113.0 


156.1 


137.4 


122.9 


199.1 


O 


138.0 


192.7 


130 9 


133.2 


135.6 


149.0 


163.4 


146.0 


113.7 


156.6 


137.2 


118.8 


201.7 



29 



Section 3-Table 2.2/Continued 

2-Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.2: Real domestic product by industry of origin, monthly volume indexes (1971 = 100), 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification/continued 



January 1980 







Electric 

power, gas 

and water 

utilities 




Trade 




Finance, 

insurance, 

and real 

estate 




Community, business and personal services 








Total 


Wholesale 
trade 


Retail 
trade 


Total 


Education Health & 

& related Welfare 

services services 


Amusement 
and rec 
services 


Services 
to business 
management 


Personal 
services 


Accom 
and food 
services 


Year 












1971 industry 


weights 












month 


2.816 


11.367 


4.509 


6858 


12036 


19359 


6.509 5272 


.427 




2.311 


1 000 


2 799 




D 
D 


100282 
100621 


100296 
100635 


100297 
100636 


100299 
100638 


100309 
100648 


100310 

100649 


100311 100312 
100650 100651 


100313 
100652 




100314 
100653 


100315 
100654 


100316 

100655 


1977 
1978 




151 
159.7 


136 5 
1409 


127.1 
131.4 


143.0 
147.5 


143.7 
150.5 


129.9 

134.0 


107.7 122.9 
107.0 126 4 


194 6 

198.5 




186.3 
206.2 


113.2 
114.9 


138.4 
143.9 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



977 N 


162 8 


145.7 


128 3 


1578 


145.7 


134.1 


116.4 


123.5 


187.8 


193.7 


113.8 


140.5 


D 


186.9 


157.5 


120.9 


183.0 


146.3 


130.2 


110.9 


123.7 


177.5 


190.8 


113.7 


130.2 


978 J 


197.6 


115.3 


111.6 


117.9 


146.4 


131.2 


113.6 


123 9 


177.7 


192.7 


114.2 


128.6 


F 


198.0 


128 9 


131.9 


1268 


1489 


134.2 


116.5 


124.4 


181.3 


197.3 


114.2 


137.2 


M 


177.7 


129 6 


127.6 


131.0 


1480 


134 9 


116.5 


124 9 


181.2 


2008 


113.8 


139.5 


A 


157.1 


141.3 


135.7 


145.2 


148.4 


134.2 


1149 


125.0 


181.1 


200.7 


114.3 


137.6 


M 


137 


147.9 


142.3 


151.9 


149.1 


134.4 


112.4 


126 


199 3 


201 2 


115.1 


138.6 


J 


133.1 


151.4 


1449 


156 


151.2 


135.7 


1065 


127.1 


211.1 


2052 


116.2 


154.0 


J 


126.8 


137.0 


129 2 


142 4 


150.0 


128 7 


81 6 


128.1 


234.3 


2083 


114.8 


154.2 


A 


134.8 


136.6 


125.4 


1443 


150.4 


128.2 


76.6 


128 3 


2342 


211 8 


114.9 


158.9 


S 


138.3 


147.1 


138.8 


153.0 


152 3 


137.1 


106 8 


127.5 


2072 


213.4 


114.5 


157.2 


O 


151.4 


143.3 


133.9 


149.8 


153 6 


137 4 


112.8 


127.3 


2020 


2133 


115.5 


144.9 


N 


169 2 


149.1 


133.0 


1603 


154.2 


137.9 


115.0 


127 4 


191.8 


2169 


1158 


142.3 


D 


195.5 


162.7 


121.8 


191.3 


153.4 


134.4 


109 2 


127.9 


181.1 


2146 


116.3 


134.1 


979 J 


2046 


118.7 


114.7 


121.5 


152.4 


135.3 


110.8 


128.2 


181 


218.3 


117.2 


132.4 


F 


210.8 


131.8 


135.3 


1294 


153.4 


137.5 


114.3 


128.2 


187.2 


223.0 


117.1 


135.1 


M 


182.5 


136.7 


133.2 


139.2 


153.3 


1394 


115.1 


128.5 


1879 


227.3 


117.0 


141.8 


A 


168 3 


141.1 


133.6 


146 4 


152.6 


137 9 


113.6 


1283 


182 7 


2264 


117.9 


136.0 


M 


153 


152.2 


147.8 


155.3 


154.0 


138.4 


111.0 


129.1 


1976 


229 1 


118 6 


138.4 


J 


145.6 


155.0 


147.3 


160.3 


156.9 


139.8 


1053 


1306 


216.2 


2325 


119 2 


152.4 


J 


142.7 


141.5 


130.9 


148.9 


156.7 


132 5 


799 


131.8 


2264 


2368 


118.9 


151.2 


A 


146.8 


142.4 


131.2 


150 2 


157.0 


132 3 


75.4 


131.3 


2245 


242.2 


118 9 


156 7 


S 


1482 


148 4 


145.2 


150 7 


157 7 


142.1 


105.1 


130 8 


2144 


244.1 


119.3 


157.8 


O 


158 9 


146.4 


139 8 


151.1 


157 4 


1420 


111.3 


130 8 


193 3 


2438 


119.9 


145.6 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1977 N 


156 7 


138.2 


126.8 


146 1 


1452 


131.8 


108.1 


123 8 


197.2 


192 9 


114.0 


142.2 


D 


159.7 


137.5 


129 3 


1433 


1455 


131.4 


1068 


124.1 


197 4 


1945 


1138 


140.3 


1978 J 


160.5 


138.2 


130.2 


143.7 


147.0 


132.1 


107 4 


1244 


1977 


1956 


114.1 


142.9 


F 


163.3 


141.3 


133 1 


147 1 


147.7 


133.3 


108.6 


1249 


198 8 


197.7 


114.3 


144.8 


M 


160.8 


138.1 


127.3 


1457 


147.6 


133 2 


1078 


125 4 


198 9 


199 6 


114.2 


143.7 


A 


157.7 


139 5 


131.2 


145.3 


1489 


133.4 


107.5 


1256 


195 6 


201 5 


114.3 


145.1 


M 


152.4 


140.3 


130.9 


146.8 


149 5 


133.1 


1070 


126.0 


193 5 


2029 


114.7 


141.8 


J 


154.4 


141.0 


133.2 


146.4 


150.7 


1330 


105.5 


126 4 


187.4 


2052 


115.1 


1436 


J 


154.4 


140.1 


131.8 


1459 


150.1 


134.2 


1069 


126.7 


199.9 


2066 


115.1 


144.1 


A 


1588 


141.5 


131.8 


148.3 


151.5 


134.5 


106 7 


127.4 


202.4 


2086 


1150 


143.5 


S 


159.9 


1439 


131.4 


152 6 


153.1 


1348 


106.4 


127.3 


201 7 


2108 


1150 


144.7 


O 


160 7 


141.5 


132.2 


1480 


153.8 


135.4 


106.8 


1275 


204 


2133 


115.5 


144 7 


N 


162.6 


141.5 


132.0 


148.1 


153.6 


135.6 


106.7 


127.8 


201 5 


2160 


116 


1439 


D 


166.5 


141.7 


131.1 


149.1 


152.7 


135.7 


105.4 


1282 


201 2 


2188 


116.4 


1446 


1979 J 


167 9 


142.4 


133.9 


148.3 


153.6 


136.4 


104 8 


128.8 


201 5 


221 6 


117.2 


147.1 


F 


171.4 


143.7 


134.9 


1499 


1529 


136 7 


106 5 


1288 


2053 


2234 


1173 


142.5 


M 


166.6 


1456 


132.2 


154 9 


153.4 


137.6 


1065 


1290 


2065 


225.9 


117 3 


146.1 


A 


168.4 


140.5 


130.7 


147.4 


1532 


137.2 


106.3 


1289 


197.5 


2273 


118.0 


1432 


M 


167.3 


143.4 


133.7 


150.2 


154.0 


137.1 


105.6 


129 1 


191.9 


230.9 


118 1 


141.5 


J 


170.0 


144.3 


135.6 


150.3 


155 5 


137.1 


104 2 


129 8 


192 


232.5 


118.1 


1420 


J 


170.5 


145.3 


134.6 


152.7 


156 1 


137.9 


104.7 


130.4 


193 3 


2349 


119.2 


141.4 


A 


173.2 


146.5 


135.7 


154.0 


157.8 


138.5 


105.0 


130 4 


193 7 


2386 


119.0 


141.7 


S 


172.4 


144.9 


136.6 


150.7 


158 4 


139.1 


104.8 


130.8 


191 6 


241.2 


119.8 


143 7 


O 


169.2 


144.6 


137.7 


149.4 


157.8 


140.1 


105.3 


131.1 


1955 


2438 


119.9 


145.3 



30 



January 1980 

2-Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.2: Real domestic product by industry of origin, monthly volume indexes (1971 = 100), 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification/concluded 



Section 3-Table 2.2/Concluded 





Public 

admin. 

and defence 










Special industry 


groupings 












Index of 

industrial 

production 


Real 

domestic 

product less 

agriculture 


Goods- 
producing 
industries 


Goods- 
producing 
ind. less 
agriculture 


Service- 
producing Commercial 
industries industries 


Commercial 

md. less 

agriculture 


Non- 
commercial 
industries 


Non-durable 

manufacturing 

industries 


Durable 

manufacturing 

industries 


Year 
and 










1971 


industry weights 












month 


7.388 


29.497 


96629 


40.754 


37 383 


59.246 


81.341 


77 970 


18 659 


11.496 


11 366 


D 

D 


100317 
100656 


100318 
100657 


100319 
100658 


100320 
100659 


100321 
100660 


100322 
100661 


100323 
100662 


100324 
100663 


100325 
100664 


100326 
100665 


100327 
100666 


1977 
1978 


126.1 
128.8 


125.2 
132.4 


130.8 
135.9 


123.0 
129.0 


124.3 
130.0 


134.9 
139.7 


133.1 
139.2 


134.1 
140.1 


117.1 
118.7 


121.6 
132.9 


126.6 
134 6 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1977 N 


125.2 


132.9 


135.9 


124.1 


131.6 


138 7 


1357 


139.8 


119.7 


127.3 


136.2 


D 


124.4 


122.6 


131.2 


112.4 


118.9 


138 8 


130.5 


134.4 


117.4 


114.4 


117.9 


1978 J 


124.4 


120.8 


124.5 


109.1 


114.8 


130.5 


122.7 


1260 


118.3 


115.5 


113.7 


F 


125.5 


135 9 


133.0 


122 1 


128.9 


135.6 


132.5 


136.2 


119.9 


132.1 


133.5 


M 


126.6 


134.9 


133.1 


120.0 


128.0 


136.3 


131.8 


136.1 


120.4 


130.1 


138.2 


A 


126.8 


133.8 


134.9 


131.9 


128.7 


138.8 


139.7 


138.5 


119.9 


132.3 


140.4 


M 


130.1 


129.5 


135.6 


128.2 


127.1 


140.9 


139.2 


139.1 


120.9 


129.5 


137.2 


J 


134.4 


139.0 


141.7 


126.7 


138.0 


144 


1406 


146.6 


121.1 


139.6 


148.7 


J 


137.0 


115.9 


131.7 


113.7 


120.3 


138.9 


132.1 


136.0 


113.9 


122.4 


115.6 


A 


134 5 


122.8 


134.1 


119.8 


127.0 


138.5 


1354 


139.5 


111.2 


132.2 


118.6 


S 


128.9 


139.2 


141.9 


193.7 


140.1 


143.0 


173.8 


147.3 


119.2 


146.1 


145.0 


O 


126.7 


140.1 


141.2 


130.5 


139.9 


142.1 


141.3 


146.3 


120.1 


1429 


145.0 


N 


126.0 


143.7 


142.2 


132 2 


140.2 


143 4 


1430 


147.4 


120.6 


144.0 


148.7 


D 


124.8 


132.9 


137.6 


120.0 


126.8 


144.3 


138.2 


142 2 


118.0 


127.9 


130.9 


1979 J 


124.6 


131.3 


130.4 


117.1 


123.1 


135.0 


129 9 


133.3 


1185 


125.6 


128.9 


F 


125.4 


145.4 


137.5 


128 3 


135.1 


139.0 


138.0 


141.7 


120.1 


141.8 


145.3 


M 


1263 


144.8 


138.9 


127.5 


134.8 


141.4 


139.3 


143.3 


120.8 


142.2 


149.8 


A 


125.6 


138 9 


137.8 


133.9 


130.6 


142.4 


143.3 


142.1 


120.0 


140.0 


140.5 


M 


128.7 


138.4 


1406 


133.6 


132.6 


145.6 


145.3 


145.4 


120.7 


139.0 


143.6 


J 


132.0 


143.7 


145.4 


129.6 


140.4 


148.6 


145.5 


151.4 


120.5 


148.2 


148.5 


J 


133.3 


123.4 


136.5 


118.7 


125.5 


143.3 


138.1 


142.2 


112.6 


127.1 


118.2 


A 


131.7 


130.1 


1389 


124.2 


131.4 


143.5 


141.5 


145.7 


110.3 


139.1 


121.7 


S 


1268 


144.6 


145.3 


187.3 


142.2 


147.2 


173.8 


151.7 


118.4 


149.4 


147.6 


O 


124 5 


144.2 


144.1 


132.2 


140.9 


146.1 


145.3 


150.0 


119.5 


146.4 


146.9 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1977 N 


127.3 


126.7 


132.1 


124 1 


125 2 


136.5 


134.6 


135.6 


117.8 


122.7 


127 9 


D 


127.2 


126.8 


131.8 


124.3 


125.0 


136.1 


134.5 


135.3 


117.4 


123.1 


127.6 


1978 J 


128 


127.1 


132.4 


124.5 


124.8 


137.2 


135.3 


135.9 


117.8 


126.4 


125.9 


F 


128.4 


129 2 


134.3 


126 8 


127.4 


138 6 


137.3 


138.0 


118.7 


128.2 


128.4 


M 


128.9 


129.6 


134.0 


126 7 


127.5 


138.1 


136.9 


137.7 


118.7 


128.2 


130.3 


A 


129.3 


131.0 


135.1 


128.0 


129.5 


138 6 


137.9 


139.1 


118.7 


130.8 


134.1 


M 


129.1 


129 2 


134.6 


126 9 


128.0 


138.7 


137.4 


138.4 


118.7 


129.3 


132.9 


J 


129.6 


131.8 


135.7 


128 5 


129 7 


139.4 


138.8 


139.8 


118.5 


131.6 


134 9 


J 


1305 


131.5 


135.6 


127 6 


128.8 


139.9 


138.5 


139.5 


119.4 


132.5 


136.6 


A 


129.3 


131.6 


136.1 


128.4 


129.2 


140.5 


139.4 


140.2 


119.1 


133.9 


133.3 


S 


128.3 


136 8 


138.2 


132.1 


133.4 


141.2 


141.9 


142.9 


118.5 


138.4 


140.7 


O 


128.2 


136 


138.0 


131.8 


133.1 


141.1 


141.6 


142.6 


118.7 


137.8 


138.8 


N 


128.2 


136.8 


138.3 


132.3 


133.4 


141.3 


142.0 


143.0 


118.7 


138.3 


139.9 


D 


127.6 


137.5 


138.5 


132.6 


133.6 


141.5 


142.5 


143.4 


118.1 


138.2 


140.4 


1979 J 


128.1 


138 


139.0 


132.3 


134.0 


142.1 


142.7 


143.9 


118.2 


137.6 


141.1 


F 


128.4 


137.7 


138.6 


131.5 


133.0 


142.1 


142.1 


143.3 


118.9 


136.8 


139.9 


M 


128.8 


138.6 


1396 


132.1 


133.6 


143.4 


143.4 


144.6 


119.1 


139.2 


140.6 


A 


128.5 


136.2 


138.2 


130.1 


131.5 


142.4 


141.7 


142.8 


119.0 


137.6 


134.5 


M 


127.8 


137.3 


139.2 


131.6 


133.1 


143.0 


143.0 


144.2 


118.5 


138.0 


138.6 


J 


127.2 


136.0 


139.0 


130.5 


131.8 


143.6 


143.0 


144.1 


117.9 


138.3 


134.4 


J 


127.0 


138.8 


140.2 


132.2 


133.7 


144.3 


144.3 


145.5 


118.1 


138.7 


136 8 


A 


126.5 


138.9 


140.8 


132.3 


133.7 


145.2 


145.0 


146.2 


118.0 


139.8 


136.6 


S 


126.1 


141.8 


141.4 


133.9 


135.6 


145.0 


145.7 


147.1 


117.9 


142.1 


141.1 


O 


126.0 


140.6 


141.2 


133.0 


134 8 


145.3 


145.4 


146 8 


118.1 


141.4 


141.1 



31 



Section 3-Table 3.1 

3- Balance of international payments 

Table 3.1: Canadian balance of international payments, current account, all countries (million dollars) 



January 1980 



1977 
1978 



Year 


Total 
current 
receipts 


Total 

current 

payments 


Current 
account 
balance 


Goods and servicesl 




Merchandise trade2 




Service transactions 




quarter 


Receipts Payments 


Balance 


Exports Imports 


Balance 


Receipts Payments 


Balance 


D 
D 


50525 
60525 


50550 
60550 


50555 
60555 


50503 50541 
60722 60723 


50558 
60724 


50501 50526 
60501 60526 


50551 
60551 


50502 50544 
60710 60714 


50556 
60718 



54,113 
63.877 



58,412 
69,179 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



-4,299 
-5,302 



52,558 
62,296 



57,274 
67,641 



-4,716 
-5,345 



44,210 
52,511 



41,473 
49,129 



2,737 
3,382 



8,348 
9,785 



15,801 
18,512 



-7,453 
-8,727 



1978 2 
3 
4 



16,542 
15,906 
1 7,428 



17,946 
16,394 
19,357 



-1,404 

-488 

-1,929 



16,145 
15,512 
16,990 



17,648 
16,066 
19,036 



-1,503 

-554 

-2.046 



13,575 
12,417 
14,689 



13,120 
11,506 
13,753 



455 
911 
936 



2.570 
3,095 
2,301 



4,528 
4,560 
5,283 



-1,958 
-1,465 
-2,982 



1979 1 
2 
3 



17,593 19,661 
19,300 20,947 
20,008 20,053 



-2,068 

-1,647 

-45 



17,184 
18,831 
19,479 



19,335 
20,649 
19,701 



-2,151 

-1,818 

-222 



15,021 
1 5.996 
15,861 



14.490 
1 5,524 
14,566 



531 

472 

1,295 



2,163 
2,835 
3,618 



4,845 
5,125 
5,135 



-2.682 
-2,290 
-1,517 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1978 2 
3 

4 



15,615 
16,123 
17,474 



16,861 
1 7,460 
19,239 



-1,246 
-1,337 
-1,765 



1 5,238 
1 5,734 
17,061 



16,590 
17,122 
18,894 



-1,352 
-1,388 
-1,833 



1 2,806 
13,172 
14,526 



12,164 
12,487 
13,686 



642 
685 
840 



2,432 
2,562 
2,535 



4,426 
4,635 
5.208 



-1,994 
-2,073 
-2,673 



1979 1 
2 
3 



18,418 
18,202 
20,329 



19,865 
19,678 
21,494 



-1,447 
-1,476 
-1,165 



17,953 
17,758 
19,775 



19,542 
19,408 
21,130 



-1,589 
-1,650 
-1,355 



1 5,340 
1 5,063 
16,807 



14,587 
14,389 
1 5,853 



753 
674 
954 



2,613 
2,695 
2,968 



4,955 
5,019 
5,277 



-2,342 
-2,324 
-2,309 



Year 
or 




Travel 




Interest and dividends 


Freight and shipping 




Other 


service transactions 


With- 


quarter 


Receipts 


Payments 


Balance 


Receipts 


Payments 


Balance 


Receipts Payments 


Balance 


Receipts 


Payments 


Balance 


tax3 


D 
D 


50506 
60506 


50531 
60531 


50718 
60554 


50508 
60508 


50533 
60533 


50719 
60556 


50512 50537 
60512 60537 


50720 
60557 


50516 
60711 


50545 
60715 


50721 
60719 


50722 
60727 



1977 
1978 


2,025 
2,378 


3,666 
4,084 


-1,641 
-1,706 


854 
1,083 


4,498 
5,476 


-3,644 
-4,393 


2,363 
2,617 


2,381 
2,552 


-18 
65 


3,106 
3,707 


4,722 
5,818 


-1,616 
-2,1 1 1 


-534 
-582 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal variation 
























1978 2 
3 
4 


619 

1,166 

375 


1,037 

1,193 

713 


-418 

-27 

-338 


335 
327 

210 


1,215 
1,158 
2,024 


-880 

-831 

-1,814 


688 
669 
730 


682 
642 

717 


6 
27 

13 


928 
933 
986 


1,445 
1,471 
1,624 


-517 
-538 
-638 


-149 
-96 

-205 


1979 1 
2 
3 


243 
752 

1,385 


1,164 

971 

1,079 


-921 
-219 
306 


256 
220 

312 


1,313 
1,444 
1,397 


-1,057 
-1,224 
-1,085 


620 
782 

815 


630 
768 

775 


-10 
14 
40 


1,044 
1,081 
1,106 


1,552 
1,742 
1,718 


-508 
-661 
-612 


-186 
-200 
-166 


Adjusted for 


seasonal 


variation 
























1978 2 
3 
4 


591 
601 
627 


1,028 
1,020 
1,036 


-437 
-419 
-409 


291 
340 
209 


1,252 
1,322 
1,709 


-961 

-982 

-1,500 


640 
673 
707 


618 
648 
693 


22 
25 

14 


910 
948 
992 


1,397 
1,506 
1,610 


-487 
-558 
-618 


-131 
-139 
-160 


1979 1 
2 
3 


622 
702 
713 


1,018 
969 
938 


-396 
-267 
-225 


259 
200 
314 


1,430 
1,478 
1,565 


-1,171 
-1,278 
-1,251 


691 
732 
819 


713 
703 
780 


-22 
29 
39 


1,041 
1,061 
1,122 


1,582 
1,693 
1,755 


-541 
-632 
-633 


-212 
-176 
-239 



32 



Section 3-Tables 3.1 /Concluded to Table 3.2 



January 1980 

3-Balance of international payments 

Table 3.1: Canadian balance of international payments, current account, all countries (million dollars)/concluded 



Year 




Transfers 




Inheritances 


and migrants' 


funds 


Personal and 


institutional 


remittances 


With- 
holding 
tax3 


Official 
contributions 


quarter 


Receipts 


Payments 


Balance 


Receipts 


Payments 


Balance 


Receipts 


Payments 


Balance 


D 
D 


50517 
60712 


50546 
60716 


505&7 
60720 


50515 
60515 


50540 
60540 


50723 
60558 


50518 
60713 


50547 
60717 


50724 
60721 


50716 
60726 


50725 
60709 



1977 
1978 



1.555 
1,581 



1,138 
1,538 



417 
43 



690 
616 



234 
239 



456 
377 



331 
383 



365 
389 



-34 
-6 



534 
582 



-539 
-910 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



978 2 


397 


298 


99 


154 


55 


99 


94 


97 


-3 


149 


-146 


3 


394 


328 


66 


201 


74 


127 


97 


97 


_ 


96 


-157 


4 


438 


321 


117 


130 


63 


67 


103 


98 


5 


205 


-160 


979 1 


409 


326 


83 


124 


50 


74 


99 


103 


-4 


186 


-173 


2 


469 


298 


171 


166 


61 


105 


103 


105 


-2 


200 


-132 


3 


529 


352 


177 


259 


80 


179 


104 


104 


- 


166 


-168 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1978 2 


377 


271 


106 


152 


59 


93 


94 


97 


-3 


131 


-115 


3 


389 


338 


51 


153 


64 


89 


97 


97 


— 


139 


-177 


4 


413 


345 


68 


150 


62 


88 


103 


98 


5 


160 


-185 


1979 1 


465 


323 


142 


154 


57 


97 


99 


103 


-4 


212 


-163 


2 


444 


270 


174 


165 


65 


100 


103 


105 


-2 


176 


-100 


3 


554 


364 


190 


211 


70 


141 


104 


104 




239 


-190 



'As used in national income and expenditure accounts. 2Trade of Canada figures with certain valuation, coverage and timing ad|uslments appropriate for Balance of Payments 
3Tax withheld on service payments and income distribution to non-residents 

Table 3.2: Canadian balance of international payments, current account, area distribution! (million dollars) 



United States 



United Kingdom 



All other countries 



quarter 



Merchan- Merchan- Merchan- 

Current dise Non-mer- Current dise Non-mer- Current dise Non-mer- 

Total Total account trade chandise Total Total account trade chandise Total Total account trade chandise 

receipts payments balance balance balance2 receipts payments balance balance balance2 receipts payments balance balance balance2 



D 


3907 


3908 


3909 


3910 


3911 


3912 


3913 


3914 


3915 


3916 


3917 


3918 


3919 


3920 


3921 


1977 


35,696 


39,854 


-4,158 


1,509 


-5,667 


2.804 


2,451 


353 


623 


-270 


15,079 


15,573 


-494 


605 


-1,099 


1978 


42,342 


47,110 


-4,768 


2,217 


-6,985 


3,016 


2,869 


147 


379 


-232 


17,937 


18,618 


-681 


786 


-1,467 


1978 2 


10,932 


12,456 


-1,524 


89 


-1,613 


829 


778 


51 


112 


-61 


4,632 


4,563 


69 


254 


-185 


3 


10,284 


10,914 


-630 


600 


-1,230 


757 


744 


13 


88 


-75 


4,769 


4,640 


129 


223 


-94 


4 


11,635 


13,513 


-1,878 


510 


-2,388 


744 


762 


-18 


46 


-64 


4,844 


4,877 


-33 


380 


-413 


1979 1 


11,723 


13,802 


-2,079 


52 


-2,131 


791 


664 


127 


90 


37 


4,893 


5,009 


-116 


389 


-505 


2 


12,664 


14,867 


-2,203 


-384 


-1,819 


868 


859 


9 


38 


-29 


5,568 


5,021 


547 


818 


-271 


3 


12,313 


13,633 


-1,320 


69 


-1,389 


1,129 


900 


229 


263 


-34 


6,400 


5,354 


1,046 


963 


83 



'Excludes withholding tax 2|ncludes service transactions and transfer balances 



33 



Section 3-Table 3.3 

3-Balance of international payments 

Table 3.3: Canadian balance of international payments, capital account,! all countries (million dollars) 



January 1980 













Canadian stocks 




Trade in outstanding Canadian bonds 






New issues of Canadian bonds 






Direct investment 




































Year 




Trade 










Govern- 












Govern- 










or 


In 




in out- 




New 


Retire- 




ment of 


Pro- 


Munici- 


Corpo- 






ment of 


Pro- 


Munici- 


Corpo- 




quarter 


Canada 


Abroad 


standing 


issues 


ments 


Total 


Canada2 


vincial 


pal 


ration 




Total 


Canada? 


vincial2 


pal 


ration 


Total 


D 


50560 


50564 




50576 


50586 


50587 


50585 


65001 


65002 


65003 


65004 




65000 


65006 


65007 


65008 


65009 


65005 


1977 


625 


-740 




-91 




21 


-24 


-94 


171 


28 


-12 


56 




243 


248 


2,995 


370 


2,282 


5,895 


1978 


-125 


-2,010 




-396 




132 


-8 


-272 


80 


-59 


-16 


30 




35 


2,518 


2,115 


125 


1,701 


6,459 


1978 2 


-20 


-600 




-159 




102 


-2 


-59 


77 


-1 


-2 


31 




105 


1,462 


1,054 


43 


453 


3,012 


3 


380 


-545 




-29 




3 


-2 


-28 


19 


-11 


-3 


-8 




-3 


78 


230 


35 


248 


591 


4 


-735 


-495 




-158 




25 


-2 


-135 


71 


-12 


-3 


-9 




47 


912 


408 


12 


193 


1,525 


1979 1 


-125 


50 




-357 




27 


-2 


-332 


94 


-3 


-3 


-8 




80 


769 


886 


95 


391 


2,141 


2 


-5 


-590 




-55 




10 


-2 


-47 


212 


-4 


-1 


26 




233 


45 


407 


58 


451 


961 


3 


75 


-340 




442 




94 


-2 


534 


175 


-28 


-5 


-21 




121 


81 


345 


5 


887 


1,318 






























Government 


of 




































Canada loans 


and 












Retirements of Canac 


lan bonds 






Fore 


ign securities 




subscriptions 














































Total 


Year 


Govern- 
















Total 


Trade 
















Other 


long- 


or 


ment of 




Pro 


Munic- 


Corpo- 




Canadian 


in out- 


New 


Reti 


re- 




Repay- 


Export 


long- 


term 


quarter 


Canada2 


vincial2 




ipal 




ration 


Total 


bonds 


standing 


issues 


ments 


Advances 


nents 


credits 


term 


capital 






























50624 & 










D 


65011 


65012 


65013 




65014 


65010 


50651 


50600 


50608 


50616 


50626 50629 


50632 


50650 


50687 


1977 


-147 


-310 




100 




-356 


-913 


5,225 


169 


-41 




96 


- 


540 


36 


-548 


200 


4,388 


1978 


-209 


-482 




189 




-303 


-1,183 


5,311 


44 


-21 




19 


- 


510 


262 


-808 


1,389 


3,279 


1978 2 


-3 




66 




-26 




-103 


-198 


2,919 


34 


-4 




7 




-69 


_ 


-232 


275 


2,251 


3 


-123 




70 




-17 




-58 


-268 


320 


-9 


-3 




3 


- 


111 


- 


-256 


558 


309 


4 


-51 


-266 




115 




-92 


-524 


1,048 


-28 


-8 




5 


- 


229 


27 


-139 


533 


-156 


1979 1 


-48 




81 




133 




-79 


-341 


1,880 


-101 


-6 




5 


. 


115 


3 


-102 


1,080 


2,237 


2 


-57 


-210 




-73 




-74 


-414 


780 


-65 


-5 




6 




-87 


- 


-238 


514 


263 


3 


-50 


-256 




-91 




-78 


-475 


964 


-91 


-18 




4 




-47 


1 


-181 


8 


909 




Resident holdings 
of 






































foreign currency 
































Offi 






Chartered 




cial 




bank net 


Non- 
































monetary 




foreign 


bank 










Non-res 


ident hold 


ngs of 


















movements 




currency holdings 
position of 




























Net 


Allo- 
cation 


in the f 


orm of: 
















Other 










with 


foreign 






Govern- 






finance 






All 




Total 


Net 


errors 


of 


Official 




Year 


non- 


cur- 




Cana- 




nent 




Finance 


company 


Com- 




other 




short- 


capital 


and 


special 


inter- 


Official 


or 


resi- 


rencies 


c 


lan $ 


demand 


Treasury 


company 


obli- 


mercial 


Other 


trans- 




term 


move- 


omis- 


drawing 


national 


monetary 


quarter 


dents 


abroad 


deposits 


liabilities 


bills 


paper 


gations 


paper 


paper 


actions3 




capital 


ment 


sions 


rights 


reserves 


liabilities 


D 


50659 


50660 




50652 


50654 


50656 


50668 


50676 


50667 


50669 


50686 




50688 


50689 


50693 


50710 


50713 


50714 


1977 


1,384 


-685 




230 




172 


242 


42 


-55 


-65 


243 


-1,167 




341 


4,729 


-1,851 


_ 


-1,421 


_ 


1978 


2,771 


-547 




33 




54 


-53 


128 


-8 


-222 


150 


-1,845 




461 


3,740 


-1,737 


- 


-184 


-3,115 


1978 2 


1,176 


-73 




12 




-23 


37 


34 


31 


-82 


58 


-137 




1,033 


3,284 


-1,304 


_ 


871 


-295 


3 


-764 


-257 




184 




-29 


23 


-185 


47 


31 


79 


-508 




-1,379 


-1,070 


-1,028 


- 


-1,319 


-1,267 


4 


1,646 


-224 




-58 




133 


-64 


130 


-40 


-56 


122 


-257 




1,332 


1,176 


1,058 


- 


1,014 


-709 


1979 1 


919 


461 




-64 




17 


177 


1 


-18 


112 


550 


618 




2,773 


5,010 


-1,780 


219 


1,029 


352 


2 


1,280 


-3 




306 




-38 


60 


67 


-38 


-30 


124 


423 




2,151 


2,414 


-29 


- 


-1,440 


2,178 


3 


-125 


-100 




140 




-10 


24 


-272 


9 


25 


-162 


594 




123 


1,032 


-680 


" 


307 


" 



'A minus sign, except for official monetary movements, indicates an outflow of capital from Canada. 2|ncludes guaranteed issues. 3|ncludes changes in loans and accounts 
receivable and payable. 

Sources for above tables: Quarterly Estimates of the Canadian Balance of International Payments (67-001), The Canadian Balance of International Payments (67-201), 
annual, and Security Transactions with Non-Residents (67-002), monthly, Statistics Canada. 



34 



Section 4 ■ Labour 

36 1 . Wages and Salaries, by Province 

37 2. Wages and Salaries by Industry and Supplementary Labour Income, Canada 

38 3. Labour Force Characteristics of the Population 15 years of Age and Over 

4. Selected Labour Force Series by Sex and Main Age Group 

4.1 Employed 

4.2 Unemployed 

4.3 Participation Rates 

4.4 Unemployment Rates 

5. Labour Force Characteristics, by Province 

5.1 Labour Force 

5.2 Employed 

5.3 Unemployed 

5.4 Participation Rates 

5.5 Unemployment Rates 

6. Unemployment Insurance Statistics 

7. Help Wanted Index 

49 8. Time Lost in Work Stoppages, by Industry Groups 

50 9. Employment Indexes, by Industrial Division 

51 10. Employment Indexes, Industrial Composite by Province 

52 11. Employment Indexes, by Manufacturing Industry 

52 12. Average Weekly Wages and Salaries, by Industrial Division 

53 13. Average Weekly Wages and Salaries, by Manufacturing Industry 

53 14. Average Weekly Wages and Salaries, by Province 

54 15. Average Hourly Earnings 

55 16. Average Weekly Hours 



35 



Section 4-Table 1 

Table 1: Wages and salaries, by province based on the 1960 standard industrial classification (million dollars) 



January 1980 



Year 
and 
month 



Newfound- 
land 



Prince 
Edward 
Island Nova Scotia 



New 
Brunswick 



Quebec 



Ontario 



Manitoba 



Saskatch- 
ewan 



British 
Columbia 



Canada' 



5226 
5237 



5227 
5238 



5228 
5239 



5229 
5240 



5230 
5241 



5231 
5242 



5232 
5243 



5233 
5244 



5234 
5245 



5235 
5246 



5225 
5236 



1977 
1978 



1,629 
1,707 



310 
338 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1977 N 
D 

1978 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1979 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 



139.1 
134.5 

133.9 
132.6 
130.4 
128.6 
136.2 
147.7 
152.5 
154.0 
149.1 
148.7 
147.5 
145.8 

144.0 
144.7 
148.0 
149.9 
161.1 
169.4 
176.2 
174.2 
174.6 
167.7 



26.9 
25.9 

24.5 
24.6 
25.6 
256 
28.3 
30.1 
31.5 
31.2 
302 
29.7 
285 
27.8 

270 
27.6 
27.7 
289 
31.4 
33.4 
34.4 
34.5 
345 
33.7 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1977 N 
D 

1978 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 



1979 



138.2 
139.0 

140.5 
140.7 
1369 
1358 
137.3 
140.4 
144.3 
147.0 
142.7 
144.1 
146.7 
150.7 

150.4 
153.4 
155.7 
158.4 
162.7 
161.1 
166.7 
165.6 
167.7 
163.1 



274 
27.2 

26.6 
27.2 
282 
27.7 
27.9 
28.1 
286 
28.3 
27.9 
28.8 
290 
29.3 

29.4 
30.5 
30.6 
31.2 
31.2 
31.1 
31.3 
31.3 
320 
32.6 



2,838 
3,136 



2472 
248.8 

238.8 
240.9 
240.1 
2457 
259.5 
269.3 
273.0 
271.7 
275.0 
273.9 
275.3 
272.5 

2666 
2657 
276.3 
282.5 
297.3 
301.8 
305.5 
3082 
305.6 
313.4 



2463 
251.5 

247.7 
250.4 
248.9 
252.0 
2589 
261.1 
265.1 
264.7 
267.3 
2699 
274.3 
275.6 

2762 
276.8 
287.6 
290.6 
296.2 
292.0 
297.7 
300.4 
2967 
307.5 



2,254 


27,238 


45,240 


2,453 


29,786 


49,116 


192.1 


2,3605 


3,918.2 


190.9 


2,3454 


3,905.0 


185.0 


2,322 1 


3,801 6 


185.9 


2,345.3 


3,880.0 


187.3 


2,366.4 


3,9245 


188 5 


2,388.9 


3,972.1 


201.8 


2,488.4 


4,070.2 


215.6 


2,574.3 


4,220.3 


2150 


2,502.3 


4,150.8 


212.3 


2,512.2 


4,140.7 


214.0 


2,577.0 


4,247.2 


219.6 


2,584.7 


4,238.8 


215.2 


2,582.5 


4,265.4 


213.3 


2,541.9 


4,2044 


206.8 


2,5365 


4,187.2 


207.1 


2,560.7 


4,217.6 


208.2 


2,606.5 


4,287.6 


2069 


2,6305 


4,314.7 


222.8 


2,726.5 


4,459.0 


234.6 


2,798.0 


4,6463 


2354 


2,714.0 


4,601.2 


237.5 


2,736.7 


4,603.6 


237.2 


2,808.9 


4,675.4 


238.8 


2,815.8 


4,680.6 


192.0 


2,345.7 


3,895.8 


197.2 


2,373.4 


3,9483 


193.0 


2,374.0 


3,8899 


196.8 


2,403.7 


3,976.5 


196.2 


2,421.6 


4,0059 


198 4 


2,433.8 


4,0172 


202.7 


2,463.2 


4,0382 


205.2 


2,495.1 


4,109.2 


204.8 


2,450.6 


4,1285 


202.1 


2,479.1 


4,1239 


204.9 


2,542.4 


4,164.3 


215.6 


2,547.5 


4.1685 


215.2 


2,586 1 


4,243.6 


2187 


2,5892 


4,250.2 


216.5 


2,6046 


4,280.1 


219.0 


2,622.4 


4,3244 


218.4 


2,660.8 


4,3773 


216.7 


2,676.4 


4,3675 


2236 


2,700.5 


4,432.3 


222.7 


2,714.8 


4,524.1 


225.1 


2,684.7 


4,592.1 


225.9 


2,712.7 


4,5834 


2269 


2,764 1 


4,5789 


233.3 


2,765.5 


4,601 2 



4,383 
4,674 



373 
3695 

363 1 
3650 
3706 
375.1 
385.1 
401.7 
395.8 
3993 
405.4 
410.1 
4025 
4003 

3964 
3958 
405.3 
406.2 
418.7 
443.1 
4378 
445.0 
446.8 
454.8 



373.1 
377.9 

3736 
3779 
3803 
382.0 
3828 
390.9 
3867 
391.9 
394.5 
401.1 
4028 
409 5 

410.3 
409.6 
416.1 
413.7 
417.6 
4294 
429.4 
435.6 
434.1 
445.6 



3,320 


9,530 


13,269 


110,399 


3,603 


10,535 


14,345 


120,114 


286.0 


8227 


1,144.0 


9,540.8 


277.9 


821.4 


1,115.1 


9,465.5 


269.9 


810.4 


1,106.9 


9,286.8 


273.0 


8130 


1,124.4 


9,416.4 


280.0 


825.1 


1,158.2 


9,542.4 


283.6 


827.5 


1,166.2 


9,634.5 


299.3 


857.6 


1,192.4 


9,953.9 


317.8 


898.8 


1,245.3 


10,359.1 


303.7 


8949 


1,192.8 


10,147.6 


3038 


896.6 


1,202.4 


10,159.9 


318.6 


905.4 


1,258.3 


10,417.8 


324.6 


932.1 


1,254.3 


10,452.7 


316.4 


938.2 


1,229.1 


10,437.0 


312.3 


935.0 


1,214.6 


10,306 1 


303.7 


921.0 


1,209.1 


10,233.9 


305.7 


926.4 


1,220.1 


10,307.0 


315.1 


959.1 


1,279.0 


10,550.1 


317.5 


958.7 


1,280.0 


10,613.9 


337.2 


1,021.3 


1,327.5 


11,042.6 


3680 


1,066.0 


1,368.8 


11,470.7 


347.2 


1,080 7 


1,325.8 


11,298.9 


352.2 


1,096.7 


1,362.4 


11,393.3 


369 1 


1,107.9 


1,443.6 


11,645.8 


367.4 


1,116.6 


1,436.5 


11,668.0 


2845 


818.1 


1,140.1 


9,492.4 


283.7 


8379 


1,144.7 


9,613.3 


282.5 


8337 


1,142.8 


9,536.4 


2855 


834.1 


1,152.8 


9,678.6 


2905 


8450 


1,159.5 


9,747.8 


2900 


845.3 


1,165.4 


9,780.8 


295.1 


8596 


1,172.0 


9,872.4 


3026 


8756 


1,204.4 


10,048.9 


301.8 


875.4 


1,192.4 


10.012.2 


3005 


8829 


1,219.8 


10,075 7 


3060 


8827 


1,230.2 


10,198.8 


315.5 


913.8 


1,233.9 


10,274.1 


3148 


933.4 


1,226.2 


10,408.8 


318.2 


953 1 


1,245.5 


10,479.5 


318.6 


947.6 


1,252 8 


10,524.3 


319 8 


952.5 


1,252.0 


10,597.5 


325.8 


984.2 


1,281.2 


10,775.4 


325.6 


983.0 


1,285.1 


10,787.5 


3328 


1,026.7 


1,313.5 


10,976.3 


351.4 


1,034.6 


1,321.8 


11,122.5 


344.3 


1,0607 


1,330.5 


11,202.3 


3490 


1,080 3 


1,381.4 


11,307.4 


354.2 


1,071.2 


1,408.1 


11,380.7 


355.0 


1,090.0 


1,407.9 


11,444.0 



'Includes Yukon, Northwest Territories and Canadian residents abroad 
Source: Estimates of Labour Income (72-005), Statistics Canada. 



36 



January 1980 

Table 2: Wages and Salaries by Industry, and Supplementary Labour Income, Canada, 
based on the 1960 standard classification (million dollars) 



Section 4-Table 2 















Trans- 




























portation, 




Finance, 




Public' 


Total 


Supple- 




Year 












communi- 




insurance 




admin 


wages 


mentary 


Total 


and 








Manu- 


Con- 


cation and 




and real 




and 


and 


labour 


labour 


month 


Agriculture2 


Forestry 


Mining 


facturing 


struction 


utilities 


Trade 


estate 


Service 


defence 


salaries 


income 


income 


D 


5249 


5252 


5253 


5254 


5255 


52b6 


5257 


5260 


5261 


5266 


5248 


5271 


5247 


D 


5274 


5277 


5278 


5279 


5280 


5281 


5282 


5285 


5286 


5291 


5273 


5296 


5272 



1977 
1978 



1,104.2 
1,269.1 



1,194.7 
1,327.0 



2,8994 
3,051.7 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



24,716.8 
27,203.9 



9,245.8 
8,9293 



11,570.4 
12,690 3 



14,449.7 
15,595.0 



7,018.1 
7,905.3 



28,106.4 
31,013.5 



10,093.7 110,399.1 
11,129.1 120,114.2 



8,603.4 119,002.5 
9,770.4 129,884.6 



1977 N 
D 



853 

785 



111.0 
103.9 



2479 
246.3 



2,1294 
2,093.7 



8009 
704.2 



9883 
9707 



1,242 6 
1,300.3 



607.3 

611.8 



2,469.7 
2,475.6 



858.4 
880.5 



9,540.8 
9,465.5 



743.4 
737.4 



10,284.2 
10,202 9 



1978 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 



569 
58.1 
70.1 

80.0 

998 

1222 

154 3 

172.3 

149.5 

125.6 

97.0 

836 



936 

97.0 

91.5 

84.7 

105.8 

125.3 

119.2 

124 5 

128.6 

124.7 

120.3 

111.9 



2505 
252.4 
245.3 
230.0 
238.3 
2630 
264.4 
267.0 
256.5 
2589 
262.1 
2634 



2,080.3 
2,134.6 
2,168.3 
2,187.6 
2,253.6 
2,336.7 
2,287.1 
2,320.0 
2,361.5 
2,367.5 
2,373.5 
2,333.2 



6129 
6380 
644 7 
6962 
768.1 
823.7 
819.6 
811.9 
8535 
841.2 
766.0 
6535 



981.3 
9926 
991.1 
1,008.9 
1,046.5 
1,111.5 
1,103.5 
1,090.5 
1,098.9 
1,081.6 
1,101.1 
1,082.8 



1,233.8 
1,233.6 
1,254.7 
1,268.1 
1,286.3 
1,324.1 
1,295.7 
1,296.4 
1,312.2 
1,337.1 
1,358.9 
1,393.9 



623.2 
624 5 
635.6 
639.5 
6499 
6679 
6698 
667.2 
672.6 
670.4 
684.5 
700.2 



2,483.0 
2,518.8 
2,5466 
2,561.5 
2,590.4 
2,6246 
2,471 .5 
2,458.8 
2,646 .1 
2,708.4 
2,702.6 
2,701 



871.3 
866.9 
8946 
878.0 
915.3 
960.0 
962.5 
951.3 
938.4 
937.2 
971.0 
982.7 



9,2868 

9,416.4 

9,542.4 

9,6345 

9,953.9 

10,359.1 

10,147.6 

10,159.9 

10,417.8 

10,452.7 

10,437 

10,306.1 



750.8 
761.2 
771.2 
778.8 
812.4 
845.2 
827.8 
828.8 
849.9 
852.6 
851.3 
8405 



10,037.6 
10,177.7 
10,313.6 
10,413.3 
10,766.2 
11,204.3 
10,975.3 
10,988 7 
11,267.7 
11,305.2 
11,288.4 
11,146.5 



1979 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 



61.6 

624 

88.3 

90.3 

116.8 

139.3 

174.6 

191.9 

170.4 

147.5 



101.4 

966 

976 

953 

121.5 

134.8 

135.7 

145.1 

149.3 

146 4 



266.8 
271.7 
2774 
277.1 
2836 
314.9 
3225 
320.7 
317.0 
321 2 



2,385.3 
2,408.7 
2,437.9 
2,4620 
2,544.3 
2,612.6 
2,588.2 
2,619.2 
2,6469 
2,648.3 



6144 
623.0 
6576 
6980 
7945 
8626 
8838 
896.4 
938.1 
9080 



1,095.1 
1,094.4 
1,105.6 
1,119.5 
1,164.1 
1,244.7 
1,228.5 
1,223.7 
1,218.7 
1,259.7 



1,351.6 
1,344.6 
1,374.7 
1,400.0 
1,446.2 
1,475.3 
1,456.7 
1,462.5 
1,483.5 
1,502.7 



713.2 
7139 
735.4 
7334 
7489 
761.9 
770.3 
775.0 
7668 
7724 



2,706.1 
2,732.9 
2,790.5 
2,794.4 
2,844.1 
2,917.4 
2,7290 
2,722.6 
2,943.1 
2,978.7 



938.3 

958.7 

985.0 

943.8 

978.5 

1,007.2 

1,009.6 

1,036.2 

1,012.0 

983.2 



10,233.9 
10,307.0 
10,550.1 
10,613.9 
11,042.6 
11,470.7 
11,298.9 
11,393.3 
11,645.8 
11,668.0 



8323 
838.3 
857.9 
863.2 
898.0 
932.4 
918.0 
9256 
946.3 
948.1 



11,066.2 
11,145.2 
11,408.0 
11,477.1 
11,940.6 
12,403.2 
12,216.9 
12,319.0 
12,592.2 
12,616.1 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 
M.CD. 2 5 



1977 N 


100.5 


105.5 


247.1 


2,1236 


7696 


9966 


1,221.0 


6163 


2,436.7 


871.5 


9,488.4 


739.8 


10,228.2 


D 


102.7 


115.1 


247.8 


2,129.8 


805.4 


9907 


1,255.0 


621.9 


2,4679 


885.3 


9,621.7 


749.2 


10,370.9 


1978 J 


93.6 


103.6 


251.2 


2,131.5 


731.4 


1,001.9 


1,256.4 


6289 


2,450.4 


887.4 


9,536.4 


771.0 


10,307.4 


F 


963 


106 6 


2544 


2,183.4 


751.4 


1,017.2 


1,267 7 


6268 


2,490.0 


884.7 


9,678.6 


7825 


10,461 1 


M 


97.3 


109 2 


244 2 


2,196.8 


740.8 


1,017.9 


1,280.6 


6263 


2,525.7 


909.0 


9,747.8 


788.0 


10,535.8 


A 


103.0 


112.3 


236.4 


2,203 1 


757.8 


1,020.9 


1,276 8 


6378 


2,540.8 


891.9 


9,780.9 


790.8 


10,571.6 


M 


102.7 


113.0 


238.2 


2,241.1 


759.1 


1,039.6 


1,275.7 


642.0 


2,543.8 


917.1 


9,872.4 


805.7 


10,678.1 


J 


103.5 


111.9 


257.4 


2,283.8 


7599 


1,082.9 


1,293.7 


653.4 


2,570.9 


931.4 


10,048.9 


819.9 


10,868.8 


J 


108.3 


105.2 


2608 


2,2765 


739.1 


1,068.0 


1,297.3 


6600 


2,576.2 


920.7 


10,012.2 


816.6 


10,828.9 


A 


111.1 


108 8 


2644 


2,288.6 


717.6 


1,063.1 


1,315.3 


670.1 


2,606.2 


9305 


10,075.7 


821.8 


10,897.5 


S 


110.1 


109 4 


257.8 


2,321.0 


751.1 


1,083.5 


1,324.1 


6770 


2,632.6 


932.2 


10,198.8 


832.3 


11,031.1 


O 


117.6 


109.7 


260.1 


2,333.7 


742.0 


1,078.0 


1,325.9 


677.0 


2,6793 


950.7 


10,274.1 


838.1 


11,112.2 


N 


115.0 


114.7 


261.5 


2,368.7 


735.2 


1,111.1 


1,336.0 


6944 


2,686.3 


9859 


10,408.8 


8492 


11,258.0 


D 


110.6 


122.6 


2652 


2,3755 


7439 


1,106.2 


1,345.5 


711.3 


2,711.1 


987.5 


10,479.5 


854.6 


11,334.1 


1979 J 


101.0 


117.4 


267.3 


2,451.7 


7358 


1,115.0 


1,375 3 


7202 


2,6859 


954.6 


10,524.3 


855.9 


11,380.2 


F 


102.7 


107 5 


272.9 


2,466.4 


7370 


1,123.6 


1,3811 


717.3 


2,708.2 


980.8 


10,597.5 


861.9 


11,459.3 


M 


119.7 


117.8 


277.1 


2,4690 


762.6 


1,137.7 


1,402.6 


725.7 


2,761.4 


1,001.8 


10,775.4 


876.3 


11,651.7 


A 


115.4 


126.3 


286.5 


2,4829 


761.3 


1,135.7 


1,410.2 


7309 


2,776.4 


961.9 


10,787 5 


877.4 


11,664.8 


M 


120.4 


128.5 


284.7 


2,526.9 


7835 


1,157.9 


1,437.7 


744 2 


2,812.0 


980.6 


10,976.3 


892.5 


11,868.7 


J 


117.7 


119.5 


3082 


2,546.9 


788 


1,209.7 


1,442.3 


7460 


2,868.7 


9756 


11,122.5 


904.1 


12,026.6 


J 


120.1 


120.4 


318.3 


2,5787 


796.1 


1,188.8 


1,461.2 


761.0 


2,888.9 


968.8 


11,202.3 


910.1 


12,112.4 


A 


121.9 


126.6 


316.5 


2,576.7 


800.1 


1,191.5 


1,481.0 


777.1 


2,903.5 


1,012.4 


11,307.4 


918.6 


12,226.0 


S 


123 4 


127.0 


319.1 


2,598.3 


817.7 


1,200.0 


1,493.5 


769.6 


2,927 1 


1,005.0 


11,380.7 


9249 


12,305.6 


O 


130.5 


129.1 


321.9 


2,606 1 


7949 


1,256.7 


1,487.9 


779.5 


2,940 2 


997.2 


11,444 


929.9 


12,374.0 



lExcludes military pay and allowances. 2|ncludes fishing and trapping 

Note Estimates may not add to totals due to rounding 

Source: Estimates of Labour Income (72-005), Statistics Canada. 



37 



Section 4-Table 3 

Table 3: Labour force characteristics of the population 15 years of age and over (thousands of persons) 



January 1980 



Annual 
average 
and 
month 



Population 




15 years 


Total 


ot age 


labour 


and over 


force 



Employed 



Unemployed 



Not in the 






labour 


Participation 


Unemployment 


force 


rate! 


rate2 



767284 



767285 
767606 



767286 
767608 



767287 
767609 



767288 
767610 



767289 
767611 



1977 
1978 



17,057 
17,381 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1978 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1979 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 



10,498 
10,882 



9,648 
9,972 



850 

911 



6,558 
6,499 



17,238 


10,342 


9,365 


977 


6,896 


1 7,267 


10,455 


9,461 


994 


6,812 


17,291 


10,593 


9,562 


1,031 


6,698 


17,316 


10,617 


9,632 


986 


6,699 


17,348 


10,914 


9,994 


920 


6,434 


17,372 


11,163 


10,271 


892 


6,209 


17,395 


11,428 


10,512 


916 


5,967 


17,423 


11,385 


10,503 


882 


6,039 


1 7,446 


10,970 


10,126 


844 


6,476 


17,470 


10,938 


10,150 


788 


6,532 


17,494 


10,910 


10,071 


839 


6.583 


17,518 


10,871 


10,012 


859 


6,647 


17,547 


10,789 


9,812 


977 


6,757 


17,575 


10,812 


9,857 


954 


6,763 


1 7,598 


10,932 


9,956 


976 


6,666 


17,627 


10,947 


10,004 


943 


6,680 


17,652 


11,200 


10,363 


836 


6,452 


17,677 


11,424 


10,626 


798 


6,253 


17,706 


11,672 


10,879 


793 


6,035 


17,731 


11,680 


10,908 


772 


6,051 


17,755 


11,245 


10,525 


719 


6,510 


17,787 


11,334 


10,591 


743 


6.453 


1 7,808 


11.287 


10,516 


771 


6,521 


17,831 


11,165 


10,387 


779 


6,666 



61.5 
62.6 



600 
60.5 
61.3 
61.3 
629 
64.3 
65.7 
65.3 
62.9 
62.6 
62.4 
62.1 

61.5 

61.5 
62.1 
62.1 
63.4 
64.6 
659 
65.9 
633 
63.7 
634 
626 



8.1 
8.4 



9.4 
9.5 
9.7 
9.3 
8.4 
8.0 
8.0 
7.7 
7.7 
7.2 
7.7 
7.9 

9.1 
8.8 
8.9 
86 
7.5 
7.0 
6.8 
6.6 
6.4 
6.6 
6.8 
70 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 
M.C.D. 

1978 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1979 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 



10,663 


9,777 


10,719 


9,825 


10,799 


9,875 


10.800 


9,884 


10,847 


9,920 


10,885 


9,962 


10,926 


10,018 


10,949 


10,027 


10,975 


10,042 


10,969 


10,070 


10,999 


10,093 


11,037 


10,142 


11,129 


10,232 


11,105 


10,233 


11,147 


10,271 


11,153 


10,273 


11,139 


10,286 


11,139 


10,308 


11,159 


10,357 


11,208 


10,399 


11,229 


10,435 


11,348 


10,505 


11,375 


10,548 


11,350 


10,539 



886 
894 
924 
916 
927 
923 
908 
922 
933 
899 
906 
895 

897 
872 
876 
880 
853 
831 
802 
809 
794 
843 
827 
811 



61 9 
62.1 
62.5 
624 
625 
62.7 
62.8 
628 
629 
628 
629 
63.0 

634 
632 
63.3 
633 
63.1 
630 
630 
632 
632 
638 
639 
63 7 



8.3 
8.3 
86 
8.5 
8.5 
8.5 
8.3 
84 
85 
8.2 
8.2 
8.1 

8.1 
7.9 
7.9 
7.9 
7.7 
75 
72 
7.2 
7.1 
7.4 
7.3 
7.1 



■ The labour force as a percentage ot the population 15 years of age and over The participation rate for a particular group (age, sex etc.) is the labour force in that group ex- 
pressed as a percentage ot the population for that group. 2The unemployed as a percentage of the labour force The unemployment rate for a particular group (age, sex 
etc ) is the unemployed in that group expressed as a percentage of the labour force for that group. Seasonally-adiusted rates are calculated by dividing seasonally-adjusted 
unemployment by the sum of seasonally-adiusted employment and seasonally-adiusted unemployment (i.e. seasonally-adiusted labour force by summation) 
Note: Excludes inmates of institutions, members of the armed services. Indians living on reserves and residents of the Yukon and Northwest Territories. The estimates are 
derived from a sample survey and are sub|ect to sampling error In general, the smaller the estimate, the larger is the relative sampling error For other explanatory material 
see notes at the end of Catalogue No 71-001 
Source: The Labour Force (71-001), monthly. 



38 



January 1980 

Table 4: Selected series* by sex and main age group (thousands ot persons) 



Section 4-Table 4 











Table 


4 1 Employed 










Annual 




Total 






15-24 years 






25 years and over 




average 




















and 


Both 






Both 






Both 






month 


sexes 


Men 


Women 


sexes 


Men 


Women 


sexes 


Men 


Women 


D 


767286 


767418 


767550 


767296 


767428 


767560 


767258 


767386 


767518 


D 


767608 


767683 


767750 


767620 


767695 


767762 


767584 


767654 


767728 


1977 


9,648 


6,031 


3,617 


2,417 


1,317 


1,100 


7,231 


4,714 


2,517- 


1978 


9,972 


6,148 


3,824 


2,493 


1,352 


1,141 


7,479 


4,796 


2,683 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal variation 
















1978 J 


9,365 


5,784 


3,581 


2,184 


1,152 


1,032 


7,180 


4,632 


2,549 


F 


9,461 


5,821 


3,640 


2,233 


1,182 


1,051 


7,228 


4,639 


2,588 


M 


9,562 


5,868 


3,694 


2,277 


1,210 


1,068 


7,285 


4,658 


2,626 


A 


9,632 


5,898 


3,734 


2,294 


1,220 


1,074 


7,338 


4,678 


2,660 


M 


9,994 


6,175 


3,819 


2,507 


1,379 


1,128 


7,487 


4,796 


2,691 


J 


10,271 


6,361 


3,910 


2,692 


1,487 


1,205 


7,579 


4,874 


2,705 


J 


10,512 


6,524 


3,988 


2,968 


1,644 


1,324 


7,544 


4,880 


2,664 


A 


10,503 


6,537 


3,966 


2,926 


1,630 


1,297 


7,577 


4,907 


2,669 


S 


10,126 


6,252 


3,874 


2,461 


1,340 


1,121 


7,665 


4,912 


2,754 





10,150 


6,254 


3,896 


2,480 


1,347 


1,133 


7,671 


4,907 


2,763 


N 


10,071 


6,183 


3,888 


2,451 


1,325 


1,126 


7,620 


4,858 


2,762 


D 


10,012 


6,114 


3,898 


2,438 


1,305 


1,133 


7,574 


4,809 


2,765 


1979 J 


9,812 


5,993 


3,820 


2,347 


1,252 


1,095 


7,465 


4,741 


2,724 


F 


9,857 


6,002 


3,856 


2,360 


1,252 


1,108 


7,497 


4,750 


2,748 


M 


9,956 


6,051 


3,905 


2,401 


1,268 


1,133 


7,555 


4,783 


2,772 


A 


10,004 


6,105 


3,899 


2,422 


1,294 


1,128 


7,582 


4,811 


2,771 


M 


10,363 


6,389 


3,974 


2,649 


1,456 


1,192 


7,715 


4,933 


2,782 


J 


10,626 


6,558 


4,068 


2,825 


1,568 


1,257 


7,801 


4,990 


2,811 


J 


10,879 


6,736 


4,143 


3,085 


1,718 


1,367 


7,794 


5,019 


2,775 


A 


10,908 


6,743 


4,165 


3,075 


1,705 


1,371 


7,832 


5,038 


2,794 


S 


10,525 


6,477 


4,049 


2,616 


1,425 


1,191 


7,909 


5,052 


2,858 


O 


10,591 


6,468 


4,123 


2,647 


1,432 


1,215 


7,944 


5,036 


2,907 


N 


10,516 


6,375 


4,141 


2,598 


1,403 


1,194 


7,919 


4,972 


2,947 


D 


10,387 


6,266 


4,121 


2,556 


1,361 


1,196 


7,831 


4,905 


2,926 


Adjusted for 


seasonal variation 


















M.C.D. 
















4 


4 


1978 J 


9,777 


6,061 


3,716 


2,422 


1,305 


1,117 


7,355 


4,756 


2,599 


F 


9,825 


6,090 


3,735 


2,444 


1,327 


1,117 


7,381 


4,763 


2,618 


M 


9,875 


6,104 


3,771 


2,466 


1,335 


1,131 


7,409 


4,769 


2,640 


A 


9,884 


6,091 


3,793 


2,454 


1,322 


1,132 


7,430 


4,769 


2,661 


M 


9,920 


6,115 


3,805 


2,473 


1,340 


1,133 


7,447 


4,775 


2,672 


J 


9,962 


6,141 


3,821 


2,487 


1,345 


1,142 


7,475 


4,796 


2,679 


J 


10,018 


6,168 


3,850 


2,518 


1,365 


1,153 


7,500 


4,803 


2,697 


A 


1 0,027 


6,174 


3,853 


2,511 


1,364 


1,147 


7,516 


4,810 


2,706 


S 


10,042 


6,177 


3,865 


2,515 


1,365 


1,150 


7,527 


4,812 


2,715 


O 


10,070 


6,196 


3,874 


2,530 


1,374 


1,156 


7,540 


4,822 


2,718 


N 


10,093 


6,202 


3,891 


2,533 


1,376 


1,157 


7,560 


4,826 


2,734 


D 


10,142 


6,234 


3,908 


2,545 


1,391 


1,154 


7,597 


4,843 


2,754 


1979 J 


10,232 


6,277 


3,955 


2,589 


1,412 


1,177 


7,643 


4,865 


2,778 


F 


10,233 


6,276 


3,957 


2,578 


1,402 


1,176 


7,655 


4,874 


2,781 


Nl 


10,271 


6,292 


3,979 


2,591 


1,399 


1,192 


7,680 


4,893 


2,787 


A 


10,273 


6,304 


3,969 


2,589 


1,403 


1,186 


7,684 


4,901 


2,783 


M 


10,286 


6,325 


3,961 


2,609 


1,414 


1,195 


7,677 


4,911 


2,766 


J 


10,308 


6,328 


3,980 


2,611 


1,419 


1,192 


7,697 


4,909 


2,788 


J 


10,357 


6,358 


3,999 


2,616 


1,425 


1,191 


7,741 


4,933 


2,808 


A 


10,399 


6,361 


4,038 


2,635 


1,425 


1,210 


7,764 


4,936 


2,828 


S 


10,435 


6,395 


4,040 


2,662 


1,445 


1,217 


7,773 


4,950 


2,823 





10,505 


6,410 


4,095 


2,692 


1,457 


1,235 


7,813 


4,953 


2,860 


N 


10,548 


6,404 


4,144 


2,687 


1,457 


1,230 


7,861 


4,947 


2,914 


D 


10,539 


6,401 


4,138 


2,683 


1,453 


1,230 


7,856 


4,948 


2,908 



See footnotes. Table 3 

*ln addition to the selected Labour Force information published here, there are approximately 2,100 Labour Force series available on CANSIM The series pro- 
vide basic labour force characteristics, by geographic area, age, sex and marital status 



39 



Section 4-Table 4/Continued 

Table 4: Selected series by sex and main age group (thousands of persons)/continued 



January 1980 











Table 


4.2: 


Unemployed 












Annual 
average 
and 
month 




Total 






15-24 years 






25 


years and over 




Both 
sexes 


Men 


Women 


Both 
sexes 




Men 


Women 


Both 
sexes 




Men 


Women 


D 
D 


767287 
767609 


767419 
767684 


767551 

767751 


767297 

767621 




767429 
767696 


767561 
767565 


767259 
767585 




767387 
767655 


767519 
767729 


1977 
1978 


850 
911 


474 

502 


377 

408 


407 
423 




231 

240 


176 
184 


443 

487 




243 
263 


200 
225 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1978 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1979 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 



977 


576 


401 


437 


267 


169 


540 


309 


232 


994 


586 


408 


442 


266 


177 


551 


320 


232 


031 


606 


425 


447 


264 


183 


584 


342 


242 


986 


592 


394 


420 


256 


164 


566 


336 


229 


920 


512 


408 


435 


244 


190 


486 


268 


218 


892 


480 


412 


447 


244 


203 


445 


236 


209 


916 


490 


426 


481 


272 


209 


435 


218 


217 


882 


445 


437 


419 


224 


194 


463 


220 


242 


844 


418 


425 


389 


203 


186 


455 


215 


240 


788 


398 


389 


364 


190 


173 


424 


208 


216 


839 


443 


396 


396 


215 


182 


443 


228 


214 


859 


483 


376 


401 


229 


172 


458 


254 


204 


977 


568 


409 


434 


254 


180 


543 


313 


229 


954 


554 


400 


436 


260 


176 


518 


294 


224 


976 


568 


408 


431 


255 


176 


545 


313 


232 


943 


550 


393 


424 


251 


172 


519 


298 


221 


836 


462 


374 


402 


226 


176 


435 


236 


199 


798 


404 


394 


400 


203 


197 


398 


200 


197 


793 


394 


398 


414 


217 


197 


379 


178 


201 


772 


366 


406 


371 


184 


186 


401 


182 


220 


719 


342 


377 


338 


172 


166 


381 


170 


211 


743 


362 


381 


353 


189 


164 


390 


172 


218 


771 


409 


361 


363 


198 


165 


408 


211 


197 


779 


444 


335 


353 


207 


146 


426 


237 


189 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D 



1978 J 


886 


494 


392 


418 


241 


177 


468 


253 


215 


F 


894 


494 


400 


420 


241 


179 


474 


253 


221 


M 


924 


508 


416 


433 


249 


184 


491 


259 


232 


A 


916 


516 


400 


424 


249 


175 


492 


267 


225 


M 


927 


514 


413 


429 


245 


184 


498 


269 


229 


J 


923 


513 


410 


422 


238 


184 


501 


275 


226 


J 


908 


501 


407 


413 


234 


179 


495 


267 


228 


A 


922 


513 


409 


424 


238 


186 


498 


275 


223 


S 


933 


513 


420 


424 


235 


189 


509 


278 


231 


O 


899 


494 


405 


412 


229 


183 


487 


265 


222 


N 


906 


496 


410 


429 


239 


190 


477 


257 


220 


D 


895 


483 


412 


425 


234 


191 


470 


249 


221 


1979 J 


897 


490 


407 


421 


231 


190 


476 


259 


217 


F 


872 


474 


398 


418 


236 


162 


454 


238 


216 


M 


876 


477 


399 


416 


237 


179 


460 


240 


220 


A 


880 


479 


401 


423 


241 


182 


457 


238 


219 


M 


853 


466 


387 


403 


229 


174 


450 


237 


213 


J 


831 


436 


395 


382 


203 


179 


449 


233 


216 


J 


802 


414 


388 


366 


192 


174 


436 


222 


214 


A 


809 


426 


383 


377 


199 


178 


432 


227 


205 


S 


794 


421 


373 


373 


203 


170 


421 


218 


203 


O 


843 


448 


395 


402 


228 


174 


441 


220 


221 


N 


827 


452 


375 


389 


217 


172 


438 


235 


203 


D 


811 


442 


369 


375 


211 


164 


436 


231 


205 



See tootnotes, Table 3 



40 



January 1980 

Table 4: Selected series by sex and main age group (thousands of persons)/continued 



Section 4-Table 4/Continued 











Table 


A 3 


Participation 


ratesl 












Annual 
average 
and 
month 




Total 








15-24 years 








25 


years and over 




Both 
sexes 


Men 


Women 


Both 
sexes 




Men 




Women 


Both 
sexes 




Men 


Women 


D 
D 


767288 
767610 


767420 
767685 


767552 
767752 


767298 
767622 




767430 
767697 




767562 
767763 


767261 
767586 




767389 
767656 


767521 
767730 


1977 
1978 


61.5 
626 


77.6 
77.9 


46.0 
47.8 


63.2 
644 




68.8 
69.7 




57.5 
589 


61.0 
62.0 




80.9 
81.0 


42.1 
44.0 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1978 



1979 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 

J 
J 

A 
S 
O 
N 
D 



600 


75.1 


45.4 


58.2 


626 


53.7 


60.6 


79.7 


42.5 


60.5 


75.6 


46.1 


593 


63.7 


548 


61.0 


799 


43.1 


61.3 


76.3 


46.8 


60.3 


64.8 


558 


61.6 


80.5 


43.7 


61.3 


76.3 


468 


60.0 


64.8 


55.2 


61.8 


80.6 


44.0 


62.9 


78.5 


47.9 


65.0 


71.2 


58.7 


62.2 


81.2 


44.2 


64.3 


802 


489 


69.3 


75.8 


62.6 


62.5 


81.8 


44.2 


65.7 


82.1 


49.8 


76.1 


83.8 


68.2 


62.0 


81.5 


43.6 


65.3 


81.6 


49.6 


73.7 


81.1 


66.3 


62.4 


81.9 


44.0 


62.9 


77.9 


48.4 


62.8 


67.4 


58.0 


62.9 


81.7 


45.1 


62.6 


77.6 


482 


62.6 


67.1 


58.0 


62.6 


81.4 


44.8 


62.4 


77.2 


48.1 


626 


67.2 


58.1 


62.3 


808 


44.7 


62.1 


76.8 


47.9 


62.4 


669 


57.9 


61.9 


80.4 


445 


61.5 


76.2 


47.3 


61.1 


65.6 


56.5 


61.6 


80.1 


44.2 


61.5 


760 


47.5 


61.4 


65.8 


56.9 


61.6 


79.8 


44.4 


62.1 


76.7 


48.1 


62.1 


662 


579 


62.1 


80.5 


44.8 


62.1 


77.0 


47.8 


62.4 


67.1 


57.5 


62.0 


806 


44.5 


63.4 


79.1 


48.3 


66.8 


73.0 


60.5 


62.3 


81.4 


44.3 


64.6 


80.3 


49.5 


70.6 


76.8 


64.3 


62.5 


81.6 


44.6 


65.9 


82.1 


50.3 


766 


83.8 


69.1 


622 


81.5 


44.0 


65.9 


81.8 


506 


75.4 


81.9 


688 


626 


81.7 


44.5 


63.3 


78.3 


48.9 


646 


692 


60.0 


62.9 


81.6 


45.2 


63.7 


78.3 


49.7 


65.6 


70.2 


609 


63.1 


81.2 


45.9 


63.4 


77.7 


49.6 


64.7 


693 


60.1 


629 


807 


46.1 


62.6 


76.7 


49.0 


636 


678 


593 


623 


79.9 


45.6 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 
M.C.D. 

1978 



1979 



J 


61.9 


77.4 


468 


63.0 


68.2 


57.8 


61.4 


80.8 


430 


F 


62.1 


777 


47.0 


635 


690 


57.9 


61.6 


80.8 


43.3 


M 


62.5 


77.9 


47.6 


64.2 


69.7 


58.7 


61.8 


80.9 


43.8 


A 


62.4 


77.7 


47.6 


63.7 


690 


58.3 


61.9 


80.9 


43.9 


M 


625 


77.8 


47.8 


64.1 


695 


586 


62.0 


80.9 


44.0 


J 


62.7 


78.0 


47.8 


64.2 


693 


59.0 


62.1 


81.2 


440 


J 


62.8 


78.1 


48.1 


64.6 


70.0 


59.2 


62.2 


81.1 


44.3 


A 


62.8 


78.2 


480 


64.7 


70.0 


592 


62.2 


81.2 


44.2 


S 


62.9 


78.1 


482 


64.7 


699 


595 


623 


81.1 


44.4 


O 


628 


78.0 


48.1 


64.8 


70.0 


59.5 


62.1 


81.0 


44.2 


N 


629 


78.0 


48.3 


65.2 


70.5 


59.8 


62.1 


80.8 


44.4 


D 


63.0 


78.2 


48.4 


65.3 


70.8 


59.6 


62.2 


80.8 


44.6 


J 


63.4 


78.6 


48.8 


66.1 


71.5 


60.6 


62.5 


81.2 


44.8 


F 


63.2 


783 


486 


65.7 


71.2 


60.1 


623 


809 


448 


M 


633 


78.4 


488 


65.9 


71.1 


607 


62.4 


81.1 


44.8 


A 


63.3 


78.5 


48.7 


660 


71.4 


60.5 


62.3 


81.0 


44.7 


M 


63.1 


78.4 


48.3 


660 


71.3 


60.5 


62.1 


81.0 


44.2 


J 


63.0 


78.0 


48.6 


65.5 


70.3 


606 


62.1 


808 


44.5 


J 


63.0 


78.0 


486 


65.3 


70.1 


603 


62.2 


80.9 


44.7 


A 


63.2 


78.1 


489 


659 


70.4 


61.3 


62.3 


80.8 


44.8 


S 


63.2 


78.3 


488 


66.4 


71.4 


61.3 


62.2 


80.8 


446 


O 


638 


78.6 


49.5 


67.7 


73.0 


62.3 


62.5 


80.7 


45.3 


N 


63.9 


78.5 


498 


67.3 


72.5 


620 


62.7 


80.7 


45.7 


D 


63.7 


78.3 


49.6 


66.9 


72.0 


61.6 


62.5 


80.5 


45.6 



See footnotes, Table 3 



41 



Section 4-Table 4/Concluded 

Table 4: Selected series by sex and main age group (thousands of persons)/concluded 



January 1980 











Table 4.4: 


Unemployment rates2 










Annual 
average 
and 




Total 






15-24 years 






25 years and over 




Both 






Both 






Both 






month 


sexes 


Men 


Women 


sexes 


Men 


Women 


sexes 


Men 


Women 


D 


767289 


767421 


767553 


767299 


767431 


767563 


767262 


767390 


767522 


D 


767611 


767686 


767753 


767623 


767698 


767764 


767587 


767657 


767731 


1977 


8.1 


7.3 


9.4 


14.4 


14.9 


13.8 


5.8 


4.9 


7.4 


1978 


8.4 


7.6 


9.6 


14.5 


15.1 


13.9 


6.1 


5.2 


7.7 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal variation 
















1978 J 


9.4 


9.1 


10.1 


16.7 


18.8 


14.1 


7.0 


6.2 


8.3 


F 


9.5 


9.1 


10.1 


16.5 


18.4 


14.4 


7.1 


6.4 


8.2 


M 


9.7 


9.4 


10.3 


16.4 


17.9 


14.6 


7.4 


6.8 


84 


A 


9.3 


9.1 


9.5 


15.5 


17.3 


13.3 


7.2 


6.7 


7.9 


M 


8.4 


7.7 


97 


14.8 


15.0 


14.4 


6.1 


5.3 


7.5 


J 


8.0 


7.0 


9.5 


14.2 


14.1 


14.4 


5.5 


4.6 


7.2 


J 


8.0 


7.0 


9.6 


13.9 


14.2 


13.6 


5.5 


4.3 


7.5 


A 


7.7 


6.4 


9.9 


12.5 


12.1 


13.0 


5.8 


4.3 


8.3 


S 


7.7 


6.3 


9.9 


13.6 


13.1 


14.2 


5.6 


4.2 


8.0 


O 


7.2 


6.0 


9.1 


12.8 


12.4 


13.3 


5.2 


4.1 


7.2 


N 


7.7 


6.7 


9.2 


13.9 


13.9 


13.9 


5.5 


4.5 


7.2 


D 


7.9 


7.3 


8.8 


14.1 


14.9 


13.2 


5.7 


5.0 


6.9 


1979 J 


9.1 


8.7 


97 


15 6 


169 


14.1 


6.8 


6.2 


7.8 


F 


8.8 


8.4 


94 


15.6 


17.2 


137 


6.5 


5.8 


7.5 


M 


8.9 


8.6 


9.4 


15.2 


16.7 


13.4 


6.7 


6.2 


7.7 


A 


8.6 


8.3 


9.2 


14.9 


16.3 


13.3 


6.4 


5.8 


74 


M 


7.5 


6.7 


8.6 


13.2 


13.4 


12.8 


5.3 


4.6 


6.7 


J 


7.0 


5.8 


8.8 


12.4 


11.5 


13.6 


4.8 


3.9 


6.6 


J 


6.8 


5.5 


8.8 


11.8 


11.2 


12.6 


4.6 


3.4 


6.7 


A 


6.6 


5.2 


8.9 


10.8 


9.8 


12.0 


4.9 


3.5 


7.3 


S 


6.4 


5.0 


8.5 


11.5 


10.8 


12.3 


4.6 


3.3 


6.9 


O 


6.6 


5.3 


8.5 


11.8 


11.7 


11.9 


4.7 


3.3 


7.0 


N 


6.8 


6.0 


8.0 


12.3 


12.4 


12.1 


4.9 


4.1 


6.3 


D 


7.0 


6.6 


7.5 


12.1 


13.2 


10.9 


5.2 


4.6 


6.1 


Adjusted to 


r seasonal variation 


















M.CD 




















1978 J 


8.3 


7.5 


9.5 


14.7 


15.6 


13.7 


6.0 


5.1 


7.6 


F 


8.3 


7.5 


9.7 


14.7 


15.4 


13.8 


6.0 


5.0 


7.8 


M 


8.6 


7.7 


9.9 


14.9 


15 7 


14.0 


6.2 


5.2 


8.1 


A 


8.5 


7.8 


9.5 


14.7 


15.8 


13.4 


62 


5.3 


78 


M 


8.5 


7.8 


9.8 


14.8 


15.5 


14.0 


63 


5.3 


7.9 


J 


8.5 


7.7 


9.7 


14.5 


15.0 


13.9 


6.3 


5.4 


7.8 


J 


8.3 


7.5 


9.6 


14.1 


14.6 


13.4 


6.2 


5.3 


7.8 


A 


8.4 


7.7 


9.6 


144 


14.9 


14.0 


62 


5.4 


7.6 


S 


8.5 


7.7 


9.8 


14 4 


14.7 


14.1 


6.3 


5.5 


78 





8.2 


7.4 


9.5 


14.0 


14.3 


137 


6.1 


5.2 


7.6 


N 


8.2 


7.4 


9.5 


14.5 


14.8 


14.1 


5.9 


5.1 


7.4 


D 


8.1 


7.2 


9.5 


14.3 


14.4 


14.2 


58 


4.9 


7.4 


1979 J 


8.1 


7.2 


93 


140 


14.1 


13.9 


5.9 


5.1 


72 


F 


7.9 


7.0 


9.1 


14.0 


14.4 


13.4 


5.6 


4.7 


7.2 


M 


7.9 


7.0 


9.1 


13.8 


14.5 


13.1 


5.7 


4.7 


7.3 


A 


7.9 


7.1 


9.2 


14.0 


14.7 


13.3 


5.6 


4.6 


7.3 


M 


7.7 


6.9 


8.9 


13.4 


13.9 


127 


5.5 


4.6 


7.2 


J 


7.5 


6.4 


9.0 


12.8 


12.5 


13.1 


5.5 


4.5 


7.2 


J 


7.2 


6.1 


8.8 


123 


11.9 


12.7 


5.3 


4.3 


7.1 


A 


7.2 


6.3 


8.7 


12.5 


12.3 


12.8 


5.3 


4.4 


6.8 


S 


7.1 


6.2 


8.5 


12.3 


12.3 


12.3 


5.1 


4.2 


6.7 


O 


7.4 


6.5 


8.8 


130 


13.5 


12.3 


5.3 


4.3 


7.2 


N 


7.3 


6.6 


8.3 


12.6 


13.0 


12.3 


5.3 


4.5 


6.5 


D 


7.1 


6.5 


8.2 


12.3 


127 


11.8 


5.3 


4.5 


6.6 



See footnotes, Table 3. 



42 



January 


1980 


















Section 4- 


-Table 5 


Table 5: 


Labour force 


characteristics 


of the 


population 


15 years of 


age and over, 


by province (thousands of persons) 




Annual 
























average 










Table 


5.1: Labour force 












and 
























month 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask 


Alta. 


B.C. 


D 


767285 


767837 


767975 


768113 


768251 


768413 


768583 


768729 


768867 


769005 


769168 


D 


767606 


767899 


768037 


768175 


768313 


768475 


768645 


768791 


768929 


769067 


769230 


1977 


10,498 


191 


48 


329 


261 


2,756 


3,994 


456 


410 


909 


1,144 


1978 


10,882 


198 


50 


342 


273 


2,827 


4,147 


471 


421 


960 


1,192 


Unadjusted for seasonal variation 




















1978 J 


10,342 


179 


45 


318 


252 


2,699 


3,958 


451 


396 


906 


1,137 


F 


10,455 


181 


45 


321 


253 


2,739 


3,984 


457 


400 


922 


1,151 


M 


10,593 


183 


47 


324 


255 


2,777 


4,037 


460 


408 


933 


1,169 


A 


10,617 


188 


48 


335 


257 


2,752 


4,053 


459 


410 


945 


1,170 


M 


10,914 


198 


52 


343 


275 


2,837 


4,142 


474 


430 


969 


1,194 


J 


11,163 


209 


55 


351 


283 


2,915 


4,245 


477 


433 


977 


1,217 


J 


11,428 


222 


56 


366 


296 


2,970 


4,342 


491 


444 


1,003 


1,238 


A 


11,385 


218 


55 


361 


294 


2,954 


4,332 


488 


442 


1,002 


1,239 


S 


10,970 


208 


53 


345 


283 


2,848 


4,162 


474 


425 


966 


1,206 





10,938 


205 


52 


349 


281 


2,823 


4,150 


477 


429 


973 


1,199 


N 


10,910 


199 


49 


346 


276 


2,817 


4,175 


475 


417 


962 


1,194 


D 


10,871 


192 


48 


344 


269 


2,797 


4,180 


471 


417 


966 


1,186 


1979 J 


10,789 


190 


47 


343 


260 


2,766 


4,165 


469 


414 


963 


1,174 


F 


10,812 


191 


47 


339 


259 


2,767 


4,181 


470 


410 


961 


1,186 


M 


10,932 


193 


49 


344 


264 


2,796 


4,208 


472 


416 


986 


1,202 


A 


10,947 


201 


51 


347 


269 


2,797 


4,206 


470 


417 


987 


1,203 


M 


11,200 


208 


53 


353 


285 


2,856 


4,285 


477 


434 


1,016 


1,232 


J 


11,424 


218 


56 


353 


290 


2,945 


4,371 


481 


446 


1,024 


1,241 


J 


11,672 


232 


57 


368 


299 


3,001 


4,449 


492 


454 


1,061 


1,259 


A 


11,680 


226 


58 


369 


302 


2,993 


4,460 


491 


453 


1,061 


1,267 


S 


11,245 


212 


55 


354 


290 


2,899 


4,260 


479 


442 


1,028 


1,227 





11,334 


211 


54 


355 


287 


2,920 


4,319 


484 


441 


1,035 


1,229 


N 


11,287 


204 


53 


351 


281 


2,917 


4,308 


479 


437 


1,031 


1,225 


D 


11,165 


196 


51 


349 


274 


2,883 


4,254 


475 


429 


1,025 


1,227 


Adjusted 


for seasonal 


variation 




















M.C.D. 
























1978 J 


10,663 


193 


49 


332 


269 


2,791 


4,050 


463 


416 


927 


1,165 


F 


10,719 


196 


48 


335 


269 


2,815 


4,057 


469 


416 


940 


1,177 


M 


10,799 


195 


50 


334 


273 


2,835 


4,101 


471 


421 


948 


1,184 


A 


10,800 


196 


51 


341 


273 


2,819 


4,117 


467 


418 


958 


1,179 


M 


10,847 


197 


50 


341 


272 


2,837 


4,123 


471 


424 


963 


1,182 


J 


10,885 


198 


51 


342 


271 


2,832 


4,143 


468 


423 


962 


1,193 


J 


10,926 


203 


51 


345 


274 


2,823 


4,177 


470 


423 


968 


1,187 


A 


10,949 


201 


51 


344 


271 


2,832 


4,183 


470 


419 


973 


1,199 


S 


10,975 


201 


51 


343 


274 


2,837 


4,188 


474 


419 


968 


1,206 





10,969 


200 


51 


347 


276 


2,834 


4,186 


476 


425 


975 


1,203 


N 


10,999 


200 


51 


348 


277 


2,835 


4,207 


476 


422 


967 


1,209 


D 


11,037 


200 


52 


349 


276 


2,836 


4,229 


478 


426 


980 


1,214 


1979 J 


11,129 


204 


52 


357 


277 


2,857 


4,256 


481 


433 


985 


1,208 


F 


11,105 


205 


50 


353 


276 


2,845 


4,255 


481 


428 


981 


1,214 


M 


11,147 


205 


51 


354 


281 


2,854 


4,271 


481 


430 


1,002 


1,216 


A 


11,153 


210 


53 


352 


282 


2,863 


4,273 


477 


425 


996 


1,214 


M 


11,139 


207 


52 


351 


283 


2,856 


4,269 


474 


428 


1,004 


1,222 


J 


11,139 


206 


52 


346 


278 


2,862 


4,271 


473 


433 


1,007 


1,215 


J 


11,159 


209 


53 


347 


277 


2,856 


4,283 


474 


432 


1,026 


1,212 


A 


11,208 


208 


53 


351 


279 


2,871 


4,304 


474 


431 


1,029 


1,225 


S 


11,229 


205 


54 


353 


280 


2,884 


4,290 


479 


436 


1,030 


1,225 





11,348 


207 


53 


354 


281 


2,919 


4,350 


481 


435 


1,034 


1,230 


N 


11,375 


205 


54 


353 


283 


2,932 


4,343 


481 


442 


1,038 


1,237 


D 


11,350 


207 


55 


355 


283 


2.923 


4,308 


481 


439 


1,039 


1,253 



See footnotes, Table 3 



43 



Section 4-Table 5/Continued January 1980 

Table 5: Labour force characteristics of the population 15 years of age and over, by province (thousands of persons)/continued 



Annual 
average 










Table 5.2: Employed 












month 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


MB Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


D 
D 


767286 
767608 


767838 
767900 


767976 
768038 


768114 
768176 


768252 768414 
768314 768476 


768584 
768646 


768730 
768792 


768868 
768930 


769006 
769068 


769169 
769231 



1977 
1978 



9,648 
9,972 



161 
166 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1978 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1979 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 



9,365 

9,461 

9,562 

9,632 

9,994 

10,271 

10,512 

10,503 

10,126 

10,150 

10,071 

10,012 

9,812 
9,857 
9,956 
10,004 
10,363 
10,626 
10,879 
10,908 
10,525 
10,591 
10,516 
10,387 



148 
149 
148 
151 
162 
176 
188 
187 
178 
175 
168 
159 

153 
155 
154 
164 
172 
186 
202 
199 
187 
185 
175 
166 



44 
45 



39 
40 
41 
41 
47 
51 
51 
51 
48 
48 
44 
43 

41 
40 
42 
42 
48 
50 
52 
53 
50 
49 
47 
46 



294 
306 



281 
284 
282 
293 
306 
317 
328 
327 
314 
317 
312 
310 

300 
300 
300 
303 
320 
326 
334 
333 
322 
323 
317 
315 



226 
238 



217 
215 
217 
216 
238 
253 
261 
260 
253 
251 
246 
237 

226 
224 
227 
229 
253 
262 
268 
272 
264 
261 
254 
246 



2,473 
2,520 



2,366 
2,403 
2,431 
2,428 
2,517 
2,597 
2,672 
2,655 
2,562 
2,559 
2,545 
2,504 

2,439 
2,455 
2,468 
2,498 
2,581 
2,677 
2,758 
2,754 
2,656 
2,669 
2,659 
2,609 



3,714 
3,847 



3,646 
3,662 
3,696 
3,727 
3,838 
3,940 
4,029 
4,044 
3,878 
3,894 
3,900 
3,906 

3,850 
3,872 
3,888 
3,900 
4,010 
4,088 
4,165 
4,190 
4,023 
4,061 
4,045 
4,010 



429 
440 



415 
421 
424 
427 
444 
451 
459 
460 
443 
451 
447 
442 

439 
437 
442 
437 
449 
460 
467 
467 
458 
465 
459 
452 



392 
400 



371 
374 
379 
384 
409 
416 
426 
423 
410 
415 
401 
397 

388 
386 
393 
394 
416 
431 
438 
439 
429 
428 
423 
411 



868 
915 



856 
870 
881 
894 
929 
940 
955 
956 
921 
934 
919 
929 

915 
914 
943 
939 
978 
991 
1,024 
1,023 
993 
999 
997 
991 



1,047 
1,093 



1,024 
1,044 
1,063 
1,072 
1,103 
1,129 
1,143 
1,140 
1,118 
1,108 
1,090 
1,085 

1,064 
1,074 
1,098 
1,097 
1,136 
1,154 
1,172 
1,178 
1,143 
1,151 
1,140 
1,141 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D. 4 



1978 J 


9,777 


163 


44 


297 


235 


2,475 


3,768 


434 


394 


888 


1,065 


F 


9,825 


165 


44 


300 


233 


2,505 


3,768 


438 


395 


894 


1,079 


M 


9.875 


162 


45 


296 


237 


2,512 


3,796 


440 


398 


905 


1,085 


A 


9,884 


164 


45 


304 


235 


2,506 


3,808 


436 


395 


911 


1,089 


M 


9,920 


163 


45 


304 


237 


2,515 


3,816 


439 


402 


919 


1,088 


J 


9,962 


165 


46 


306 


239 


2,516 


3,838 


438 


403 


916 


1,099 


J 


10,018 


169 


46 


308 


239 


2,529 


3.874 


438 


406 


921 


1,094 


A 


10,027 


168 


46 


308 


235 


2,526 


3,885 


439 


399 


925 


1,098 


S 


10,042 


167 


46 


309 


240 


2,533 


3,877 


440 


400 


917 


1,107 


O 


10,070 


168 


46 


312 


242 


2,539 


3,890 


445 


405 


929 


1,102 


N 


10,093 


168 


45 


312 


245 


2,542 


3,901 


447 


402 


923 


1,104 


D 


10,142 


166 


46 


313 


244 


2,539 


3.937 


450 


406 


938 


1,106 


1979 J 


10,232 


168 


46 


316 


245 


2,550 


3,966 


455 


411 


946 


1,109 


F 


10,233 


170 


45 


316 


244 


2,556 


3,975 


454 


408 


939 


1,111 


M 


10,271 


169 


45 


315 


247 


2,552 


3.986 


456 


412 


965 


1,119 


A 


10,273 


177 


46 


314 


248 


2,571 


3,986 


447 


407 


955 


1,114 


M 


10,286 


173 


46 


318 


252 


2,576 


3.988 


445 


409 


963 


1,121 


J 


10,308 


174 


46 


315 


248 


2,590 


3,988 


448 


416 


966 


1,121 


J 


10,357 


179 


47 


314 


246 


2,605 


4,004 


448 


416 


989 


1,124 


A 


10,399 


178 


47 


314 


247 


2,617 


4,024 


448 


415 


990 


1,134 


S 


10,435 


176 


48 


317 


250 


2,622 


4,028 


455 


419 


992 


1,131 


O 


10,505 


178 


47 


318 


251 


2,642 


4,057 


457 


417 


994 


1,143 


N 


10,548 


175 


48 


317 


253 


2,654 


4,055 


459 


424 


1,002 


1,153 


D 


10,539 


176 


49 


319 


254 


2,646 


4,048 


459 • 


421 


1,001 


1,161 



See footnotes, Table 3 



44 



January 1980 Section 4-Table 5/Continued 

Table 5: Labour force characteristics of the population 15 years of age and over, by province (thousands of persons)/continued 



Annual 
























average 










Table 5.3: 


Unemployed 












and 
























month 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask 


Alia. 


B.C. 


D 


767287 


767839 


767977 


768115 


768253 


768415 


768585 


768731 


768869 


769007 


769170 


D 


767609 


767901 


768039 


768177 


768315 


768477 


768647 


768793 


768931 


769069 


769232 


1977 


850 


30 


35 


5 


35 


284 


280 


27 


18 


41 


97 


1978 


911 


33 


36 


5 


34 


307 


300 


31 


21 


45 


98 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal 


variation 




















1978 J 


977 


31 


5 


37 


35 


333 


312 


35 


25 


50 


113 


F 


994 


32 


5 


38 


39 


336 


323 


36 


25 


52 


107 


M 


1,031 


35 


6 


42 


39 


346 


341 


36 


28 


52 


106 


A 


986 


36 


7 


42 


42 


324 


326 


32 


26 


51 


98 


M 


920 


36 


5 


37 


37 


320 


304 


30 


21 


40 


90 


J 


892 


32 


4 


34 


30 


318 


305 


26 


17 


37 


88 


J 


916 


34 


4 


39 


35 


298 


313 


31 


19 


48 


95 


A 


882 


31 


4 


34 


34 


299 


288 


29 


19 


46 


99 


S 


844 


30 


4 


31 


30 


286 


284 


31 


15 


45 


88 





788 


29 


4 


32 


30 


264 


256 


26 


15 


40 


91 


N 


839 


31 


5 


34 


30 


272 


275 


28 


16 


42 


104 


D 


859 


33 


6 


34 


32 


293 


275 


29 


20 


37 


101 


1979 J 


977 


37 


6 


43 


33 


327 


315 


32 


26 


47 


110 


F 


954 


36 


7 


39 


35 


312 


309 


33 


24 


48 


112 


M 


976 


39 


7 


44 


38 


328 


319 


30 


23 


44 


104 


A 


943 


36 


8 


43 


39 


300 


306 


32 


22 


48 


107 


M 


836 


36 


6 


33 


32 


275 


276 


28 


19 


37 


96 


J 


798 


31 


5 


28 


28 


268 


283 


20 


14 


33 


87 


J 


793 


30 


5 


34 


31 


243 


284 


25 


16 


38 


87 


A 


772 


27 


5 


36 


31 


239 


269 


24 


14 


38 


89 


S 


719 


25 


5 


32 


25 


243 


236 


21 


13 


35 


84 





743 


25 


5 


32 


26 


251 


259 


19 


13 


36 


78 


N 


771 


29 


6 


34 


27 


258 


263 


21 


14 


34 


84 


D 


779 


30 


5 


34 


29 


274 


245 


22 


18 


34 


87 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D. 4 



1978 J 


886 


30 


5 


35 


34 


316 


282 


29 


22 


39 


100 


F 


894 


31 


4 


35 


36 


310 


289 


31 


21 


46 


98 


M 


924 


33 


5 


38 


36 


323 


305 


31 


23 


43 


99 


A 


916 


32 


6 


37 


38 


313 


309 


31 


23 


47 


90 


M 


927 


34 


5 


37 


35 


322 


307 


32 


22 


44 


94 


J 


923 


33 


5 


36 


32 


316 


305 


30 


20 


46 


94 


J 


908 


34 


5 


37 


35 


294 


303 


32 


17 


47 


93 


A 


922 


33 


5 


36 


36 


306 


298 


31 


20 


48 


101 


S 


933 


34 


5 


34 


34 


304 


311 


34 


19 


51 


99 


O 


899 


32 


5 


35 


34 


295 


296 


31 


20 


46 


101 


N 


906 


32 


6 


36 


32 


293 


306 


29 


20 


44 


105 


D 


895 


34 


6 


36 


32 


297 


292 


28 


20 


42 


108 


1979 J 


897 


36 


6 


41 


32 


307 


290 


26 


22 


39 


99 


F 


872 


35 


5 


37 


32 


289 


280 


27 


20 


42 


103 


M 


876 


36 


6 


39 


34 


302 


285 


25 


18 


37 


97 


A 


880 


33 


7 


38 


34 


292 


287 


30 


18 


43 


100 


M 


853 


34 


6 


33 


31 


280 


281 


29 


19 


41 


101 


J 


831 


32 


6 


31 


30 


272 


283 


25 


17 


41 


94 


J 


802 


30 


6 


33 


31 


251 


279 


26 


16 


37 


88 


A 


809 


30 


6 


37 


32 


254 


280 


26 


16 


39 


91 


S 


794 


29 


6 


36 


30 


262 


262 


24 


17 


38 


94 


O 


843 


29 


6 


36 


30 


277 


293 


24 


18 


40 


87 


N 


827 


30 


6 


36 


30 


278 


288 


22 


18 


36 


84 


D 


811 


31 


6 


36 


29 


277 


260 


22 


18 


38 


92 



See lootnotes. Table 3 



45 



Section 4-Table 5/Continued January 1980 

Table 5: Labour force characteristics of the population 15 years of age and over, by province (thousands of personsj/continued 



Annual 
average 










Table 5.4: 


Participation 


rates' 










month 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I 


N.S. 


MB 


Que 


Ont 


Man 


Sask 


Alia 


B.C. 


D 
D 


767288 

767610 


767841 
769756 


767979 
769757 


768117 
769758 


768255 
769759 


768417 
769760 


768587 
769763 


768733 
769766 


768671 
769767 


769009 
769768 


769172 
769769 


1977 
1978 


61.5 
62.6 


50.7 
51.7 


57.0 
57.8 


55.2 
564 


53.7 
55.0 


58.9 
59.7 


64.3 
65.5 


61.7 
63.1 


61.5 
61.9 


67.0 
68.2 


61.5 
62.6 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1978 J 


60.0 


47.2 


51.8 


52.9 


51.3 


57.3 


63.0 


605 


587 


65.4 


60.3 


F 


60.5 


47.5 


52.3 


53.3 


51.4 


58.1 


633 


61.4 


59.2 


663 


61.0 


M 


61.3 


47.9 


54.1 


53.7 


51.8 


58.8 


64.1 


61.7 


60.3 


669 


61.9 


A 


61.3 


49.1 


55.2 


55.4 


52.1 


58.2 


64.2 


61.5 


60.5 


67.6 


61.8 


M 


62.9 


51.7 


59.7 


56.7 


55.6 


60.0 


655 


63.5 


634 


69.1 


62.9 


J 


64.3 


54.4 


62.9 


57.9 


57.1 


61.6 


67.1 


63.9 


638 


69.5 


64.0 


J 


65.7 


57.8 


63.7 


603 


597 


62.7 


68.5 


656 


65.4 


71.1 


65.0 


A 


65.3 


56.5 


63.2 


59.4 


59.1 


62.2 


682 


653 


64.9 


70.9 


64.9 


S 


62.9 


54.0 


60.2 


56.6 


56.9 


60.0 


65.5 


634 


62.4 


68.1 


63.1 


O 


62.6 


52.9 


59.2 


57.2 


564 


594 


652 


638 


62.9 


68.4 


62.6 


N 


62.4 


51.3 


56.1 


56.7 


55.3 


59.2 


655 


63.5 


61.0 


67.3 


62.2 


D 


62.1 


49.5 


55.2 


562 


53.8 


588 


65.5 


62.9 


60.9 


67.4 


61.6 


1979 J 


61.5 


48.9 


53.5 


55.9 


51.8 


58.1 


65.2 


62.7 


60.3 


66.9 


60.9 


F 


61.5 


49.0 


53.5 


55.2 


51.5 


580 


653 


628 


59.7 


66.6 


61.4 


M 


62.1 


49.5 


55.9 


56.0 


52.6 


58.6 


65.7 


63.0 


60.5 


68.2 


62.1 


A 


62.1 


51.4 


57.5 


562 


53.3 


58.5 


655 


627 


604 


68.0 


62.1 


M 


63.4 


53.2 


60.4 


57.2 


56.5 


59.7 


66.7 


63.5 


629 


69.7 


63.4 


J 


64.6 


55.6 


62.8 


57.2 


57.5 


61 5 


679 


640 


64.5 


70.1 


63.8 


J 


65.9 


590 


64.5 


59.5 


59.0 


62.6 


690 


65.4 


656 


72.4 


646 


A 


65.9 


57.4 


649 


59.5 


59.6 


62.3 


69.1 


65.3 


65.3 


72.2 


64.9 


S 


63.3 


53.7 


61.3 


57.0 


57.0 


60.3 


659 


63.7 


637 


69.8 


627 


O 


63.7 


53.3 


60.0 


57.1 


564 


60.7 


667 


64.4 


63.5 


69 9 


62.6 


N 


63.4 


51.5 


59.3 


564 


55.1 


606 


665 


638 


62.8 


69.5 


622 


D 


62.6 


49.4 


57.2 


56.1 


53.7 


59.9 


656 


633 


61.6 


68.8 


62.2 


Adjusted for 


seasonal 


variation 




















M.C.D. 
























1978 J 


61.9 


50.8 


570 


55.1 


54.7 


59.3 


64.5 


62.2 


61.7 


66.9 


61.8 


F 


62.1 


51.4 


558 


556 


54.7 


59.7 


645 


63.0 


61.6 


67.6 


62.3 


M 


62.5 


51.2 


57.5 


55.4 


55.4 


60.1 


65.1 


632 


62.3 


68.0 


62.6 


A 


624 


51.3 


58.6 


56.5 


553 


59.7 


652 


626 


61.7 


68.5 


62.2 


M 


62.5 


51.4 


57.5 


56.3 


54.9 


60.0 


652 


63.1 


62.5 


68.6 


62.3 


J 


62.7 


51.6 


58.6 


564 


54.6 


598 


65.5 


62.7 


623 


68.4 


628 


J 


62.8 


52.9 


58.6 


56.8 


55.2 


596 


659 


628 


62.2 


68.7 


623 


A 


628 


522 


58.6 


566 


54.5 


597 


659 


628 


61.5 


68.8 


62.8 


S 


629 


52.1 


586 


56.3 


55.0 


59.7 


659 


63.4 


61.4 


683 


63 1 


O 


628 


51.8 


58.0 


56.9 


55.3 


59.6 


658 


636 


62.2 


68.5 


628 


N 


62.9 


51.7 


58.0 


57.0 


55.4 


596 


660 


63.6 


61.7 


677 


63.0 


D 


63.0 


51.5 


59.1 


57.0 


55.2 


59.6 


66.3 


639 


622 


68.4 


63.1 


1979 J 


63.4 


52.4 


59.1 


58.2 


55.3 


600 


666 


64.3 


63 1 


68.5 


62.7 


F 


63.2 


52.7 


568 


57.5 


55.0 


59.7 


665 


642 


62.3 


68.0 


628 


M 


63.3 


52.6 


58.0 


57.6 


55.9 


598 


66.7 


642 


62.5 


69.2 


62.8 


A 


633 


538 


60.2 


57.1 


560 


599 


666 


63.6 


61.7 


68.7 


626 


M 


63.1 


529 


59.1 


569 


562 


59.7 


664 


63.2 


62.0 


69.0 


62.9 


J 


630 


52.6 


58.4 


560 


55.0 


59.7 


664 


63.0 


62.7 


69.0 


62.5 


J 


63.0 


53.2 


596 


56.1 


54.7 


59.5 


66.5 


630 


62.3 


70.0 


62.2 


A 


632 


52.8 


596 


56.6 


550 


598 


66.7 


630 


62.2 


70.0 


62.7 


S 


63.2 


51.9 


60.7 


56.9 


55.1 


600 


664 


63.7 


62.8 


69.9 


62.6 


O 


63.8 


52.3 


596 


57.0 


55.2 


60.7 


67.2 


64.0 


62.6 


699 


62.6 


N 


63.9 


51.8 


607 


56.8 


55.5 


609 


67.0 


64.0 


635 


69.9 


62.9 


D 


63.7 


52.1 


61.1 


57.0 


55.4 


60.7 


664 


64.1 


63.0 


69.7 


63.5 



See footnotes, Table 3. 



46 



January 1980 Section 4-Table 5/Concluded 

Table 5: Labour force characteristics of the population 15 years of age and over, by province (thousands of persons)/concluded 



Annual 
average 










Table 5.5: 


Unemployment rates2 










month 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. Ont 


Man 


Sask. 


Alta 


B.C. 


D 
D 


767289 
767611 


767842 
767902 


767980 
768040 


768118 

768178 


768256 
768316 


768418 768588 
768478 768648 


768734 
768794 


768872 
768932 


769010 
769070 


769173 
769233 



1977 


8.1 


15.6 


9.9 


106 


13.2 


10.3 


7.0 


5.9 


4.5 


4.5 


8.5 


1978 


8.4 


16.4 


9.9 


10.6 


12.6 


10.9 


7.2 


6.5 


4.9 


4.7 


8.3 


Unadjusted for seasonal 


variation 




















1978 J 


9.4 


17.5 


12.2 


11.6 


13.9 


12.3 


7.9 


7.8 


6.2 


5.5 


9.9 


F 


9.5 


17.6 


11.5 


11.8 


15.2 


12.3 


8.1 


8.0 


6.3 


5.6 


9.3 


M 


9.7 


19.2 


12.5 


12.8 


15.1 


12.5 


8.5 


7.8 


7.0 


5.6 


9.1 


A 


9.3 


19.4 


14.8 


12.6 


16.2 


11.8 


8.0 


7.0 


6.3 


5.4 


8.4 


M 


8.4 


18.3 


9.5 


10.7 


13.5 


11.3 


7.3 


6.3 


5.0 


4.1 


7.6 


J 


8.0 


15.5 


7.4 


9.7 


10.6 


10.9 


7.2 


5.5 


4.0 


3.8 


7.2 


J 


8.0 


15.2 


7.6 


10.5 


11.9 


10.0 


7.2 


6.4 


4.2 


4.8 


7.7 


A 


7.7 


14.3 


6.8 


9.4 


11.5 


10.1 


6.6 


5.9 


4.2 


4.6 


8.0 


S 


7.7 


14.4 


8.3 


9.0 


10.6 


10.0 


6.8 


6.5 


3.6 


4.6 


7.3 


O 


7.2 


14.4 


8.1 


9.3 


10.6 


9.4 


6.2 


5.4 


3.4 


4.1 


7.6 


N 


7.7 


15.6 


10.8 


9.9 


11.0 


9.7 


6.6 


6.0 


3.9 


4.4 


8.7 


D 


7.9 


170 


11.4 


9.9 


12.0 


10.5 


6.6 


6.1 


4.8 


3.8 


8.5 


1979 J 


9.1 


19.7 


13.1 


12.5 


12.9 


11.8 


7.6 


6.9 


6.2 


4.9 


9.4 


F 


8.8 


18.8 


14.3 


11.5 


13.4 


11.3 


7.4 


7.0 


5.8 


4.9 


9.4 


M 


8.9 


20.1 


15.0 


12.7 


14.3 


11.7 


7.6 


6.4 


5.6 


4.4 


8.6 


A 


8.6 


18.2 


16.5 


12.5 


14.7 


10.7 


7.3 


6.9 


5.4 


4.9 


8.9 


M 


7.5 


17.2 


10.8 


9.3 


11.2 


9.6 


6.4 


5.9 


4.3 


3.7 


7.8 


J 


7.0 


14.3 


9.7 


7.8 


9.7 


9.1 


6.5 


4.2 


3.2 


3.2 


7.0 


J 


6.8 


13.0 


8.7 


9.3 


10.2 


8.1 


6.4 


5.1 


3.5 


3.6 


6.9 


A 


6.6 


11.9 


8.4 


9.6 


10.2 


8.0 


6.0 


4.9 


3.2 


3.6 


7.0 


S 


6.4 


11.7 


8.4 


9.0 


8.8 


8.4 


5.6 


4.3 


3.0 


3.4 


6.6 


O 


6.6 


12.0 


9.4 


9.0 


9.0 


8.6 


6.0 


3.9 


2.9 


3.4 


6.4 


N 


6.8 


14.3 


12.0 


9.6 


9.7 


8.8 


6.1 


4.3 


3.3 


3.3 


6.9 


D 


7.0 


15.2 


10.7 


9.9 


10.5 


9.5 


5.8 


4.7 


4.2 


3.3 


7.1 


Adjusted for 


seasonal variation 




















M.C.D. 
























1978 J 


83 


15.5 


10.2 


10.5 


12.6 


11.3 


70 


6.3 


5.3 


4.2 


8.6 


F 


8.3 


15.8 


8.3 


10.4 


13.4 


11.0 


7.1 


6.6 


5.0 


4.9 


8.3 


M 


8.6 


16.9 


10.0 


11.4 


13.2 


11.4 


7.4 


6.6 


5.5 


4.5 


8.4 


A 


8.5 


16.3 


11.8 


10.9 


13.9 


11.1 


7.5 


6.6 


5.5 


4.9 


7.6 


M 


8.5 


17.3 


10.0 


10.9 


12.9 


11.4 


7.4 


6.8 


5.2 


4.6 


8.0 


J 


8.5 


16.7 


9.8 


10.5 


11.8 


11.2 


7.4 


6.4 


4.7 


4.8 


7.9 


J 


8.3 


16.7 


9.8 


10.7 


12.8 


10.4 


7.3 


6.8 


4.0 


4.9 


7.8 


A 


8.4 


16.4 


9.8 


10.5 


13.3 


10.8 


7.1 


6.6 


4.8 


4.9 


8.4 


S 


8.5 


16.9 


9.8 


9.9 


12.4 


10.7 


7.4 


7.2 


4.5 


5.3 


8.2 


O 


8.2 


16.0 


9.8 


10.1 


12.3 


10.4 


7.1 


6.5 


4.7 


4.7 


8.4 


N 


8.2 


16.0 


11.8 


10.3 


11.6 


10.3 


7.3 


6.1 


4.7 


4.6 


8.7 


D 


8.1 


17.0 


11.5 


10.3 


11.6 


10.5 


6.9 


5.9 


4.7 


4.3 


8.9 


1979 J 


8.1 


17.6 


11.3 


11.5 


11.6 


10.7 


6.8 


5.4 


5.1 


4.0 


8.2 


F 


7.9 


17.1 


10.8 


10.5 


11.6 


10.2 


6.6 


5.6 


4.7 


4.3 


8.5 


M 


7.9 


17.6 


12.2 


11.0 


12.1 


10.6 


6.7 


5.2 


4.2 


3.7 


8.0 


A 


7.9 


15.7 


12.4 


10.8 


12.1 


10.2 


6.7 


6.3 


4.2 


4.3 


8.2 


M 


7.7 


16.4 


11.4 


9.4 


11.0 


9.8 


6.6 


6.1 


4.4 


4.1 


8.3 


J 


7.5 


15.5 


12.1 


9.0 


10.8 


9.5 


6.6 


5.3 


3.9 


4.1 


7.7 


J 


7.2 


14.4 


10.7 


9.5 


11.2 


8.8 


6.5 


5.5 


3.7 


3.6 


7.3 


A 


7.2 


14.4 


11.0 


10.5 


11.5 


8.8 


6.5 


5.5 


3.7 


3.8 


7.4 


S 


7.1 


14.1 


10.6 


10.2 


10.7 


9.1 


6.1 


5.0 


3.9 


3.7 


7.7 


O 


7.4 


14.0 


11.1 


10.2 


10.7 


9.5 


6.7 


5.0 


4.1 


3.9 


7.1 


N 


7.3 


14.6 


11.7 


10.2 


10.6 


9.5 


6.6 


4.6 


4.1 


3.5 


6.8 


D 


7.1 


15.0 


10.6 


10.1 


10.2 


9.5 


6.0 


4.6 


4.1 


3.7 


7.3 



See lootnotes. Table 3 



47 



Section 4-Tables 6 and 7 

Table 6: Unemployment insurance statistics 



January 1980 



















Benefits data 




















Type of benefits paid 












Claims 


data 








































Initial and 










renewal 




Average 


Total 
















Insured 


Benefi- 


claims 


Number 


weekly 


benefits 














Year 


population2 


ciaries], 2 


received 


of weeks 


payment2 
Dollars 


paid3 


Regular 


Sickness 


Maternity Retirement 


Fishing 


Trainees^ 


month 


Thousands 


Thousands 






Thousand dollars 








D 


1248 


1251 


1232 


1234 


1249 


1235 


1243 


1244 


1245 


1246 


1247 


1250 


1977 


9,504 


750 


2,807 


38,701 


101.01 


3,909.045 


3,485,080 


155,828 


172,228 


13,543 


48,400 


33,963 


1978 


9,820 


803 


2,809 


41,355 


109.70 


4,536,910 


4,006,868 


1 57,405 


195,297 


14.831 


63,434 


99,072 


1977 N 


9,535 


702 


318 


3,063 


103.40 


316,721 


281,264 


13,193 


16,445 


1,215 


1,513 


3,091 


D 


9,502 


838 


317 


3,018 


105.84 


319,439 


280,010 


11,231 


13,334 


929 


7,815 


6,120 


1978 J 


9,372 


1,011 


300 


4,712 


109.01 


513,674 


461,958 


14,313 


16,286 


1,328 


13,048 


6,742 


F 


9,453 


1,029 


211 


4,182 


110.21 


460,890 


411,269 


13,758 


14,136 


1,160 


10,961 


9,607 


M 


9,565 


997 


207 


4,266 


110.46 


471,167 


419,574 


14,954 


15,222 


1,170 


10,613 


9,634 


A 


9,597 


958 


217 


3,955 


110.33 


436,410 


385,689 


13,640 


15,159 


1,238 


9,491 


11,192 


M 


9,850 


856 


215 


4,135 


109.52 


452,894 


403,793 


14,052 


17,352 


1,350 


7,693 


8,653 


J 


10,046 


726 


191 


3,105 


107.42 


333,555 


294,516 


13,094 


16,729 


1,226 


331 


7,659 


J 


10,254 


685 


215 


2,869 


107.01 


307,015 


273,307 


11,964 


15,874 


1,158 


— 


4,711 


A 


10,249 


689 


206 


3,171 


107.58 


341,099 


304,800 


13,594 


18,098 


1.340 


28 


3,240 


S 


9,892 


602 


217 


2.487 


108.75 


270,459 


238,540 


11,625 


15,255 


1,172 


28 


3,838 


O 


9,855 


620 


244 


2,630 


110.22 


289,898 


248,894 


11,870 


16,192 


1,365 


26 


11,549 


N 


9,865 


670 


310 


2,990 


111.47 


333,303 


284,490 


13,419 


20,058 


1.326 


1,994 


12,014 


D 


9,849 


787 


276 


2,853 


114.46 


326,546 


280,038 


11,122 


14,936 


998 


9,219 


10,233 


1979 J 


9,648 


945 


308 


4,667 


112.70 


525,946 


459,068 


14,978 


19,203 


1,417 


15,702 


15,577 


F 


9,662 


975 


198 


3,958 


108.09 


427,774 


371,365 


12,585 


14,829 


1,181 


12,328 


15,486 


M 


9,744 


948 


193 


3,979 


107.95 


429,490 


372,565 


13,627 


15,875 


1,237 


11,950 


14,236 


A 


9,749 


881 


189 


3,817 


108.09 


412,604 


356,244 


11,691 


15,858 


1,167 


11,227 


16.415 


M 


9,960 


743 


197 


3,603 


106 73 


384,525 


331,830 


12,821 


18,440 


1,255 


8,337 


11,841 


J 


10,134 


634 


173 


2,661 


105.11 


279,643 


239,692 


11,850 


17,091 


1.241 


351 


9,419 


J 


10,371 


588 


196 


2,677 


104.77 


280,497 


242,708 


11,495 


17,880 


1,244 


66 


7,103 


A 


10,395 


580 


165 


2,513 


105.97 


266,347 


229,492 


12,132 


18,274 


1,360 


47 


5,042 


S 


10,007 


490 


180 


2,059 


107 46 


221,273 


186,684 


10.245 


16,339 


1,225 


29 


6,751 


O 


10,096 


500 


227 


2,365 


109.60 


259,214 


213,093 


12,089 


20,756 


1,432 


26 


11,818 






1 "Beneficiaries" refer to the number of persons receiving $1 00 or more in unemployment insurance benefit during a specific week each month 2Annual figures are averages 
of 12 months. 3prior to July 1971, includes ad|ustments for cancellation of warrants and collection of overpayments ^Trainees on courses approved by Canada Employ- 
ment and Immigration Commission. 
Source: Statistical Report on the Operation of the Unemployment Insurance Act (73-001), Statistics Canada. 



Table 7: Help wanted index, 1 by region (1969= 100) 



Year 
and 
quarter 


Canada 


Atlantic 
Region 


Quebec 


Ontario 


Prairie 
Region 


British 
Columbia 










Seasonally adjusted 






D 


730173 


730174 


730175 


730176 


730177 


730178 



1977 
1978 

1976 4 

1977 1 
2 
3 
4 

1978 1 
2 
3 
4 

1979 1 
2 
3 



152 
165 

155 

157 
150 
150 
152 

159 
154 
161 
187 

179 
179 
196 



151 
139 

131 

168 
166 
133 
136 

127 
132 
129 
167 

152 
138 
123 



189 
205 

190 

189 
181 
187 
197 

211 
190 
200 
219 

193 
168 
160 



104 
113 

103 

108 
103 
101 
102 

102 

105 
108 
137 

145 
155 
159 



198 
227 

226 

207 

195 
200 
189 

208 
206 
229 
266 

258 
282 
354 



147 
147 

148 

149 
144 
148 
144 

135 
144 
148 
161 

153 
163 
228 



'The index is based on a measure of the volume of help wanted advertising in 18 newspapers in major metropolitan areas 
Source: Labour Division, Statistics Canada. 



48 



January 1980 

Table 8: Time lost in work stoppages, i by industry groups? (thousand man-days3) 



Section 4-Table 8 





















Manufacturing 


































Paper 


Year 






Fishing 


Mines, 




Food 
















Furniture 


and 


and 






and 


quarries, 




and bev- 


Tobacco 








Knitting 






and 


allied 


month 


Total'' 


Forestry 


trapping 


oil wells 


Total 


erages 


products 


Rubber 


Leather 


Textiles 


mills 


Clothing 


Wood 


fixtures 


industries 


D 


160 1 


1602 


1603 


1604 


1605 


1606 


1607 


1608 


1609 


1610 


1611 


1612 


1613 


1614 


1615 


1977 


3,308 


22.2 


15.1 


91.0 


1,693.4 


166 6 


- 


38.6 


3.3 


47.3 


9.3 


19.9 


76.0 


33.5 


2107 


1978 


7,295.5 


67.9 


1.2 


1,699.6 


2,528.0 


528.8 


0.4 


33.1 


10.6 


18.5 


7.5 


9.5 


114.4 


498 


79.1 


1977 


178.3 


0.7 


_ 


94 


112 


67 


_ 


3.7 


_ 


0.4 


_ 


_ 


5.6 


2.4 


1.3 


N 


240 9 


- 


- 


02 


986 


8.5 


— 


— 


- 


1.8 


- 


_ 


6.6 


1.0 


1.3 


D 


353.1 


- 


- 


0.2 


84.3 


9 6 


- 


- 


- 


1.7 


- 


- 


8.1 


0.6 


0.2 


1978 J 


276.9 


_ 


_ 


1.2 


105.0 


99 


_ 


_ 


06 


3.0 


_ 


_ 


8.1 


1.8 


4.1 


F 


278.5 


- 


- 


6.9 


121.3 


11.2 


- 


1 


1.5 


- 


— 


- 


8.5 


2.5 


4.1 


M 


402.6 


2.8 


- 


91.0 


132.6 


18,2 


— 


0.6 


0.8 


1.4 


— 


_ 


3.3 


3.6 


09 


A 


483.0 


10.1 


- 


170.6 


1398 


19.4 


— 


- 


0.1 


- 


- 


- 


5.5 


1.3 


_ 


M 


503.8 


0.7 


- 


171.3 


175.2 


22.7 


- 


- 


1.1 


- 


- 


6.3 


7.7 


5.3 


0.5 


J 


670.4 


1.0 


— 


126.1 


2680 


990 


— 


02 


- 


5.2 


- 


0.7 


9.4 


12.9 


1.8 


J 


974.5 


2.7 


1.2 


63.4 


374.3 


188 8 


- 


- 


- 


1.1 


- 


— 


6.2 


79 


17.3 


A 


1,039.3 


3.1 


- 


11.1 


405.9 


98.5 


- 


0.8 


1.1 


2.3 


- 


- 


8.9 


3.3 


10.8 


S 


773.9 


13.3 


— 


167.5 


2624 


17.7 


— 


11.7 


0.4 


32 


- 


03 


13.9 


1.9 


3.6 





841.7 


16.6 


- 


302.9 


2527 


19.0 


— 


7.3 


3.2 


2.3 


— 


- 


21.0 


7.9 


8.0 


N 


579.8 


10.9 


— 


2983 


172.1 


17.5 


- 


8.7 


1.8 


- 


32 


07 


12.9 


1.4 


13.0 


D 


471.1 


67 


- 


289.3 


118.7 


69 


0.4 


3.7 


- 


- 


4.3 


1.5 


9.0 


- 


15.0 


1979 J 


537.2 


7.7 


_ 


305.9 


1358 


55 


_ 


36 


0.2 


_ 


5.0 


1.7 


21.5 


_ 


20.9 


F 


4803 


7.0 


— 


2739 


126.7 


5.3 


- 


3.2 


— 


- 


0.9 


1.5 


10.0 


1.1 


28.5 


M 


6675 


15.3 


- 


2909 


271.2 


189 


— 


26 


24 


12.5 


- 


4.4 


16.5 


2.2 


26.4 


A 


694.0 


7.0 


- 


289.0 


318.0 


23.9 


— 


3.0 


4.6 


5.5 


- 


4.0 


17.2 


2.1 


27.8 


. M 


765.9 


7.7 


— 


2932 


337.7 


29.9 


- 


2.1 


1.4 


— 


— 


2.5 


20.5 


6.5 


61.2 


J 


7023 


9.2 


- 


63.4 


441.5 


9.5 


— 


4.0 


- 


0.9 


0.2 


2.3 


35.3 


7.9 


48.1 


J 


8288 


3.5 


0.5 


70 


504.1 


298 


- 


24 


- 


08 


- 


3.7 


75.3 


7.4 


86.6 


A 


851 8 


8.2 


— 


7.8 


4803 


55.4 


- 


1.2 


- 


1.8 


— 


3.2 


7.6 


5.5 


75.3 


S 


4255 


6.7 


- 


16.1 


211.3 


21.6 


- 


76 


1.8 


2.4 


- 


0.2 


3.9 


2.3 


27.2 












Manufacturing 


















Commu- 
nity, 
business 






















Misc 












Trans- 




Non- 


Petro- 




manufac- 






Trade 


and 


Year 






Metal 




portation 


Elec- 


metallic 


leum 


Chemical 


turing 










personal 


and 




Primary 


fabri- 


Ma- 


equip- 


trical 


mineral 


and coal 


indus- 


indus- 


Con- 


Transpor- 


Whole- 




service 


month 


Pnnting5 


metals 


cating 


chinery 


ment 


products 


products 


products 


tries 


tries 


struction 


tation6 


sale 


Retail 


industries 


D 


1616 


1617 


1618 


1619 


1620 


1621 


1622 


1623 


1624 


1625 


1626 


1627 


1628 


1629 


1630 


1977 


167.8 


108.0 


159.8 


77.7 


291 


101.9 


109.9 


2.0 


37.4 


12.7 


405.2 


527.2 


48 5 


80.2 


435 6 


1978 


293.2 


237.5 


164.2 


34.1 


5465 


273.3 


92.0 


27 


47.1 


8.4 


1,232.5 


9460 


81.1 


164.9 


671.8 


1977 


34.5 


5.0 


96 


0.8 


20.2 


1.2 


20.4 


_ 


_ 


03 


03 


32.5 


1.0 


9.5 


129 


N 


43.7 


64 


10.3 


0.6 


10.6 


0.3 


7.6 


- 


- 


0.1 


2.5 


98.8 


3.2 


6.5 


31.1 


D 


40.5 


3.5 


7.7 


2.7 


3.9 


0.1 


5.7 


- 


- 


- 


3.4 


225.0 


39 


12.6 


24.0 


1978 J 


43.6 


1.0 


5.1 


1.9 


14.7 


1.5 


8.5 


1.2 


_ 


_ 


5.9 


222.9 


5.4 


10.6 


24.9 


F 


40.4 


6.1 


7.2 


1.2 


305 


59 


79 


- 


- 


0.1 


4.6 


99.3 


3.7 


97 


31.3 


M 


426 


7.0 


8.1 


1.2 


36.7 


4.1 


7.6 


- 


- 


2.9 


5.7 


63.1 


3.3 


11.3 


92.9 


A 


41.0 


6.1 


96 


2.2 


52.6 


2.4 


2.4 


0.3 


26 


0.3 


6.6 


50.6 


1.6 


2.6 


101.1 


M 


14.3 


7.7 


12.0 


3.5 


45.8 


40.7 


4.1 


0.8 


24 


0.4 


51.0 


45.9 


5.7 


2.4 


51.6 


J 


9.7 


11.5 


18.1 


2.3 


28.5 


54.2 


10.9 


- 


27 


10 


122.0 


446 


10.0 


27.9 


70.8 


J 


7.1 


36.8 


12.2 


0.2 


290 


50.3 


10.6 


0.1 


5.8 


1.0 


424.7 


50.2 


6.5 


29.3 


22.3 


A 


7.9 


91.4 


16.3 


6.1 


76.7 


62.7 


10.3 


0.3 


8.3 


0.3 


4682 


81.8 


14.2 


7.6 


47.4 


S 


7.2 


34.2 


29.1 


89 


81.2 


32.7 


8.0 


- 


73 


1.8 


103.2 


93.4 


13.1 


17.7 


103.3 


o 


8.4 


26.7 


285 


3.7 


94.5 


10.0 


6.9 


- 


7.9 


0.2 


32.4 


167.3 


10.5 


30.0 


292 


N 


37.0 


1.5 


16.8 


1.5 


34.1 


7.0 


79 


— 


7.2 


0.1 


7.1 


13.4 


4.3 


12.1 


61.6 


D 


34.0 


7.5 


1.2 


1.4 


22.2 


1.8 


6.9 


- 


29 


0.2 


1.1 


13.5 


2.8 


3.7 


35.4 


1979 J 


31.4 


9.0 


2.3 


1.4 


22.8 


3.1 


5.9 


_ 


1.6 


_ 


4.2 


16.5 


4.0 


2.8 


58.4 


F 


29.8 


13.2 


3.5 


3.3 


15.1 


6.4 


3.4 


— 


1.5 


— 


0.5 


226 


7.5 


3.5 


37.4 


M 


31.1 


75.0 


20.6 


7.3 


23.2 


5.2 


18.9 


— 


3.9 


0.3 


1.5 


30.2 


5.6 


15.6 


50.9 


A 


28.8 


890 


30.5 


9.8 


94 


15.3 


39.6 


- 


7.1 


0.3 


0.9 


208 


6.5 


12.8 


45.0 


M 


35.8 


626 


12.1 


1.9 


35.3 


18.6 


32.0 


7.4 


8.1 


0.1 


14.6 


27.4 


6.7 


10.7 


680 


J 


329 


187.5 


8.8 


1.8 


685 


14.4 


5.7 


9.0 


5.0 


— 


22.4 


72 1 


1.7 


9.2 


82.5 


J 


75 


2025 


92 


3.0 


42.4 


11.6 


16.8 


08 


4.3 


- 


14.8 


204.2 


38 


12.6 


78 8 


A 


9.0 


218.7 


12.6 


3.3 


30.9 


11.8 


19.8 


— 


23.0 


1.2 


16.9 


274.3 


3.5 


14.3 


46.4 


S 


9.1 


54.4 


5.9 


5.0 


21 5 


95 


230 


- 


11.9 


4.6 


49 


111.3 


1.2 


37.0 


37.0 



'In calculating time lost, only the workers directly affected by the strike or lockout are taken into account; time lost by workers indirectly affected, such as those laid off as a 
result of a work stoppage, is not included ?The industry groups from January 1973 forward, are based on the 1970 Standard Industrial Classification 3The number of 
man-days is calculated by multiplying the number of workers involved in a work-stoppage by the number of normal working days during the stoppage. Adiustments are made 
tor establishments on shift work, etc 4 The statistics for individual industries exclude strikes and lockouts involving fewer than 3 workers, however, the total includes all work 
stoppages The agriculture, finance, insurance and real estate and public administration and defence industries are not shown separately Should strikes occur in these indus- 
tries, the time lost also will be shown in the total. In addition, the total is revised quarterly whereas the individual categories are revised annually ^Includes publishing and 
allied industries 6includes storage and communication industries. 
Source: Research Bulletin, Labour Canada. 



49 



Section 4-Table 9 

Table 9: Employment indexes,' by industrial division (1961 



January 1980 



100), based on the 1960 standard industrial classification 





Industrial 
composite2 


Forestry 


Mining 

including 

milling 




Manufacturing 




Con- 
struction 


Trans- 
portation, 
commu- 
nication 
and other 
utihties3 




Trade 




Finance, 

insurance 

and real 

estate 




Year 


Total 


Non- 
durable 
goods 


Durable 
goods 




month 


Total 


Wholesale 


Retail 


Service 4 


D 

D 


1315 
1327 


1316 
1328 


1317 
1329 


1318 
1330 


1319 
1331 


1320 
1332 


1321 
1333 


1322 
1334 


1339 
4852 


1323 
1335 


1324 
1336 


1325 
1337 


1326 
1338 


1977 
1978 


144.3 
146.5 


78.0 

81.4 


122.8 
119.1 


126.3 
127.6 


116.9 
117.5 


137.8 
140 1 


110.9 
99.6 


130.1 
132.5 


169.6 

173.7 


155.3 
154.7 


177.4 

184.3 


194.5 
199 2 


250.1 
260.7 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1977 N 


145.4 


837 


121 7 


126.1 


116.0 


1387 


113.3 


128.4 


174.5 


155.2 


185.0 


197.3 


253.8 


D 


142.2 


77.1 


119.7 


123.1 


113.0 


135.5 


98.9 


127.2 


174.8 


152.6 


186 8 


196.4 


245.9 


1978 J 


140.9 


677 


1208 


1229 


113.0 


135.1 


89.3 


125 9 


171.3 


153.0 


181 5 


195.7 


247.0 


F 


141.3 


680 


120.0 


123 2 


113.3 


135.4 


87.0 


127.4 


169 4 


152.6 


178.7 


196.4 


251.2 


M 


142.0 


61.9 


115.3 


124.8 


114.7 


137.2 


892 


127.5 


170.3 


153.0 


180 


197.0 


252.8 


A 


143.1 


59.9 


111.5 


125.5 


115.4 


1379 


94 2 


129.3 


171.7 


153 3 


181.8 


197.2 


2552 


M 


146.9 


79.6 


115.6 


128 4 


1187 


140.5 


103 5 


133 1 


172.3 


154.2 


182.4 


198.0 


262.6 


J 


149.9 


96.6 


122.3 


130 


119.8 


142.7 


108.8 


136.7 


173.3 


156.5 


182 6 


199.7 


269.6 


J 


1494 


97.6 


128.1 


129 


119.3 


141 


108.2 


136.9 


170 3 


154 7 


179.0 


201.6 


2709 


A 


150.4 


101.0 


128 6 


130.9 


122.2 


141.7 


108.2 


135 9 


172 


156 


180 8 


201.3 


271.2 


S 


149.9 


946 


117.4 


130.3 


1208 


142.0 


109.8 


137.1 


174.3 


156 3 


184 3 


200.3 


2665 


O 


149.6 


90.5 


117.5 


130.0 


119.5 


143.0 


1080 


1349 


177.5 


156 2 


189 3 


200.1 


264 9 


N 


1487 


83.7 


117.0 


129.3 


117.7 


143.6 


100 2 


133.7 


180 8 


156 3 


194 4 


201.1 


260.6 


D 


146.3 


75.1 


115.0 


127.3 


115.7 


141.6 


88.5 


131.5 


181.7 


154 8 


196 6 


201 5 


256.2 


1979 J 


144.9 


68.5 


117.3 


127.3 


115.7 


141.6 


82.2 


130 8 


176.0 


156.4 


186 9 


2025 


256.4 


F 


1448 


67.5 


117.5 


128 


116.1 


142.7 


81.1 


130.5 


173.5 


156.2 


183.1 


203 1 


258.4 


M 


145.6 


63.9 


118 8 


128.4 


116.6 


143.1 


837 


131.0 


174.0 


156.3 


183 8 


203 6 


262.0 


A 


1468 


63.3 


117.3 


1296 


117.9 


144 1 


878 


132 1 


175.7 


1570 


186.0 


2034 


262.7 


M 


151.1 


86.2 


1229 


1325 


120.8 


1469 


98.7 


135 8 


178.2 


160 


188 3 


204 8 


270.8 


J 


154.3 


96.8 


135.5 


134.7 


123 4 


1487 


105 3 


138 6 


178 6 


161.1 


188 3 


207.2 


277.6 


J 


154.2 


999 


1388 


134.0 


123 


147.6 


1070 


138.4 


176.3 


160 7 


185.0 


208 1 


280.5 


A 


154 7 


101.3 


137.5 


134.7 


124 4 


147.4 


108 4 


135 9 


178.4 


161.6 


187.6 


2082 


2837 


S 


154.6 


95.5 


132.3 


134.0 


123.5 


147.1 


107.9 


138 


181.3 


161.8 


192 


2068 


2798 


O 


154.1 


934 


132.3 


132 9 


121.6 


147.0 


106.1 


137 4 


183 3 






2069 


278.6 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.CD 1 2 



1977 N 


1437 


80.9 


121 


1258 


116.7 


137.1 


107.7 


1295 


1677 


153.5 


175 6 


197.1 


2525 


D 


1434 


82.8 


119.9 


125.3 


116.5 


136.5 


1078 


129 9 


167.7 


153 5 


175 4 


197.0 


250.8 


1978 J 


145.1 


79.1 


121.7 


1260 


1168 


1372 


103 5 


129 6 


172.2 


155 1 


181.8 


197.1 


257.5 


F 


145.9 


803 


120.8 


126 4 


1168 


1379 


101.1 


131.0 


173.4 


154.9 


1838 


197.8 


261.0 


M 


145.7 


77.3 


116.7 


126.5 


116.9 


138.8 


101.5 


130 6 


173.1 


155.2 


183 2 


1977 


259.7 


A 


145.5 


83.6 


115.0 


126.6 


116.5 


1389 


101.0 


131.0 


172 8 


154.6 


182 5 


198 9 


2592 


M 


1456 


84.1 


116.3 


126 7 


117.2 


139.1 


100 8 


131.4 


172 2 


153.5 


182 8 


197 3 


259.0 


J 


146.1 


824 


119.2 


126 7 


115.9 


1403 


1023 


132 5 


173.2 


154 3 


183 5 


197.7 


258.9 


J 


147.0 


80.9 


123.8 


128.0 


117.2 


140.7 


994 


132 6 


174.4 


153.5 


186 1 


199.1 


261 5 


A 


147.4 


832 


125.4 


128 3 


118 


141.1 


970 


132 6 


175.9 


154 6 


187.9 


2008 


2598 


S 


147.5 


80.4 


119.2 


128 8 


118.3 


141.7 


983 


135.1 


174.7 


155 8 


185 


200.3 


261.8 


O 


147.4 


81.5 


118.2 


128.7 


118.5 


141.4 


978 


1343 


174.1 


154.7 


184 8 


2000 


263 1 


N 


147.5 


81.6 


116.9 


129 2 


118.6 


142.1 


963 


135.1 


174.3 


155.1 


185 2 


201.2 


262.8 


D 


148.1 


81.3 


115.8 


129 9 


1196 


142.9 


97.5 


1345 


175 


156.1 


1853 


2026 


2652 


1979 J 


149.2 


80 1 


118.1 


130 5 


119.6 


1437 


95.3 


1347 


176.9 


158 5 


187.1 


2039 


267.3 


F 


149.3 


804 


118.6 


131.2 


1196 


145.3 


95.3 


134.3 


176 4 


158.1 


186.6 


204 2 


2677 


M 


149.2 


824 


121.3 


130 2 


118.7 


144.7 


956 


1347 


176.1 


157.9 


186 


2043 


2680 


A 


149.3 


87.4 


121.5 


130 8 


119 2 


145.2 


940 


134.1 


176 4 


158 


186 5 


2045 


265.8 


M 


149.9 


90.4 


123.8 


130 7 


119.2 


145.5 


960 


134 4 


178.0 


159.1 


188.6 


2044 


267.3 


J 


150 4 


82.5 


131.6 


131.4 


120.0 


1459 


97.4 


134.4 


178 5 


158 8 


189 3 


205 1 


267.4 


J 


151.5 


82.8 


133.5 


132.5 


120.8 


147.2 


98 2 


134.1 


180.5 


160 3 


191.7 


2059 


270.3 


A 


151.2 


83.2 


132.4 


131.6 


119 8 


146.3 


975 


132 6 


181.9 


160.2 


194 2 


207.7 


272.5 


S 


152.0 


808 


133.6 


132.1 


120.8 


1463 


97 1 


134 6 


182.0 


161.2 


193.4 


2068 


275.0 


O 


152.0 


83.4 


132 6 


131.8 


120 6 


145.5 


960 


136.3 


180 8 






206.9 


276.9 



'The data in Tables 9 to 16 are based on reports trom firms employing 20 persons or more in any month ot the year and relate to the last pay periods in the month Greater 
industrial and area detail and more explanatory notes are given in the source publication named below 2Excludes agriculture, fishing and trapping, education and related 
services, health and welfare services, religious organizations, private households, public administration and defence, 3|ncludes storage, electric power, gas and water utilities. 
4 Excludes domestic service. 
Source: Employment, Earnings and Hours (72-002), Statistics Canada. 



50 






January 1980 

Table 10: Employment indexes,' industrial composite, by province 



Section 4-Table 10 
1961 = 100), based on the 1960 standard industrial classification 



Year and 
























month 


Canada 


Nfld. 


PEL 


NS 


NB 


Que. 


Ont 


Man 


Sask 


Alia 


B.C. 


D 


1363 


1364 


1365 


1366 


1367 


1368 


1369 


1370 


1371 


1372 


1373 


D 


1374 


1375 


1376 


1377 


1378 


1379 


1380 


1381 


1382 


1383 


1384 


1977 


144.3 


131.8 


151.6 


127.1 


131.1 


127.6 


148.0 


125.4 


142.9 


193.3 


170.7 


1978 


146.5 


126.3 


153.8 


133.3 


134.9 


127.0 


151.2 


124.9 


143.4 


203.3 


173.7 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal 


variation 




















1977 N 


145.4 


131.8 


151.4 


130.6 


132.0 


127.2 


150.3 


125.5 


144.1 


197.0 


169.4 


D 


142.2 


125.1 


143.7 


127.3 


126.9 


124.6 


147.2 


122.3 


140.3 


192.9 


165.8 


1978 J 


140.9 


119.1 


132.4 


125.1 


122.6 


122.9 


146.7 


121.1 


136.2 


193.0 


163.9 


F 


141.3 


117.2 


136.4 


125.2 


122.8 


122.6 


1468 


120.7 


136.6 


193.3 


168.6 


M 


142.0 


111.5 


136.8 


124.4 


123.2 


122.9 


147.5 


120.8 


137.4 


194.7 


172.3 


A 


143.1 


111.7 


148.9 


126.6 


124.6 


123.9 


148.7 


122.5 


138.9 


196.0 


172.6 


M 


146.9 


121.5 


162 8 


132.0 


137.2 


127.4 


151.9 


125.0 


143.2 


201.8 


174.4 


J 


149.9 


131.0 


169.2 


137.6 


144.7 


130.8 


154.1 


125.8 


147.6 


207.0 


176 2 


J 


149.4 


139.9 


168.0 


138 6 


145.5 


129.4 


152.8 


127.1 


147.3 


208.9 


177.1 


A 


150.4 


139.8 


168.9 


139.5 


144.3 


130.4 


153.9 


127.9 


147.4 


2096 


179.1 


S 


149.9 


138.6 


162.2 


140.8 


144.5 


129.9 


153.4 


128.4 


148.3 


208.8 


177.7 





149.6 


132.6 


158 7 


138.2 


141.4 


129.4 


153.8 


128.3 


147.7 


210.1 


176.1 


N 


1487 


127.6 


150.5 


137.6 


137.3 


128.3 


153.6 


126.8 


147.3 


209.6 


174.4 


D 


146.3 


124.7 


150.6 


133.7 


131.0 


125.7 


151.6 


124.1 


143.0 


206.9 


172.5 


1979 J 


144.9 


1207 


142.4 


131.2 


127.1 


124.7 


150.3 


122.8 


140.9 


205.9 


171.7 


F 


144.8 


122.0 


142.0 


131.5 


125 8 


124.5 


150.2 


122.8 


140.8 


205.2 


172.1 


M 


145.6 


120.3 


144.6 


132.6 


124.6 


124.7 


150.9 


123.9 


142.7 


207.9 


174.8 


A 


146.8 


125.4 


150.8 


135.8 


125.7 


125.8 


152.0 


125.1 


141.9 


207.5 


176.7 


M 


151.1 


134.8 


168.5 


140.0 


138.2 


129.5 


155.6 


127.7 


148.0 


215.8 


180.2 


J 


154.3 


144.5 


180.1 


143.3 


143.3 


131.7 


158 8 


131.2 


154.2 


222.5 


181.7 


J 


154.2 


149.2 


179.8 


1448 


144.2 


129.9 


158.3 


131.4 


155.9 


225.5 


184.7 


A 


154.7 


148.9 


187.1 


144.8 


145.2 


130.7 


158.1 


132.7 


155.5 


226.7 


186.6 


S 


154.6 


144.0 


182.7 


144.6 


143.9 


131.3 


158.2 


132.1 


154 5 


225.6 


185.4 


O 


154.1 


139.4 


177.8 


144.1 


141.0 


130 8 


157.8 


132.7 


154.1 


225.5 


185.3 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D. 1 4 



1977 N 


143.7 


129.5 


152.5 


128.2 


130.8 


125 8 


148.6 


124.1 


142.2 


1947 


168.3 


D 


143.4 


129.3 


153.4 


128 6 


131.5 


125.7 


148.1 


123.8 


141.7 


193.9 


166.5 


1978 J 


145.1 


132.2 


151.6 


130 4 


131.8 


126.5 


150.1 


124.7 


141.5 


199.5 


168.6 


F 


145.9 


128.1 


158.6 


131.2 


1337 


126.7 


150.6 


124.8 


142.2 


199.2 


173.2 


M 


145.7 


121.6 


159 5 


129.5 


133.4 


126.4 


150.8 


124.3 


1427 


199.7 


173.2 


A 


145.5 


119.2 


164.1 


129.5 


133.3 


126 2 


150.4 


124.8 


142.8 


200.7 


172.1 


M 


145.6 


123.5 


155.2 


131.0 


136.2 


126.2 


150.7 


124.1 


142.2 


201.2 


172.9 


J 


146.1 


122.5 


152.8 


133.2 


135.5 


127.0 


150.7 


122.9 


143.4 


202.3 


174.4 


J 


147.0 


129.2 


148.1 


133.7 


134.9 


127.5 


151.5 


124.5 


141.5 


203.2 


175.3 


A 


147.4 


128.7 


147.1 


135.0 


133.0 


127.9 


151.6 


125.1 


143.0 


203.8 


176.6 


S 


1475 


128.7 


148.7 


138.0 


136.3 


127.4 


151.7 


125.4 


145.3 


204.4 


176.3 


O 


147.4 


1270 


152 3 


135.5 


138.1 


127.6 


151.9 


126.3 


145.2 


207.3 


174.1 


N 


147.5 


125.4 


151.7 


136.0 


136.5 


127.3 


152.2 


125.9 


146.1 


208.8 


174.1 


D 


148.1 


128 9 


160.8 


136.1 


136.3 


127.2 


153.1 


126.0 


145.2 


209.7 


174.1 


1979 J 


149.2 


134.0 


163.1 


136.7 


136.6 


128.4 


153.8 


126.5 


146.4 


212.8 


176.6 


F 


149.3 


132.1 


162.7 


137.7 


136.7 


128.6 


153.7 


126.9 


146.3 


210.9 


176.2 


M 


149.2 


133.2 


165.6 


138.7 


135.0 


128.2 


153.9 


127.5 


148.0 


212.7 


175.6 


A 


149.3 


135.2 


163.2 


1394 


134.6 


128.2 


153.7 


127.3 


145.6 


211.8 


177.3 


M 


149.9 


1372 


158.7 


139 5 


136.8 


128.5 


154.3 


126.8 


147.1 


215.0 


179.1 


J 


150.4 


136.8 


162.3 


138.6 


133.6 


127.8 


155.4 


128.5 


149.7 


217.6 


179.2 


J 


151.5 


136.8 


160.1 


139.8 


133.8 


127.6 


156.9 


128.8 


151.4 


219.7 


181.5 


A 


151.2 


135.2 


165.3 


139.8 


134.5 


127.6 


155.8 


129 9 


151.3 


221.3 


182.0 


S 


152.0 


133.7 


169.7 


141.3 


135.5 


128.7 


156.5 


129 


150.8 


221.8 


182 4 


O 


152.0 


133.5 


171.9 


141.1 


136.8 


128.9 


156.0 


130.0 


151.1 


222.3 


183.2 



'The data in Tables 9 to 16 are based on reports from firms employing 20 persons or more in any month of the year and relate to the last pay periods in the month. Greater 
industrial and area detail and more explanatory notes are given in the source publication named below. The Industrial Composite is the sum ot all industries except agricul- 
ture, fishing and trapping, education and related services, health and welfare services, religious organizations, private households and public administration and defence. 
Source: Employment, Earnings and Hours (72-002), Statistics Canada. 



51 



Section 4-Tables 11 and 12 



January 1980 



Table 11: Employment indexes,' by manufacturing industry2 (1961 = 100), based on the 1960 standard industrial classification 











Non-durable manulaclun 


ig3 










Durable manufacturing 
























Chemi- 
































Paper 


Petro- 


cals 








Metal 
























and 


leum 


and 






Primary 


fabri- 


Machin- 


Transpor- 




Non- 


Year 




Food 


Rubber 


Leather 


Textile 




allied 


and 


chem- 




Furniture 


metal 


cating 


ery-, (ex 


tation 


Elec- 


metallic 


and 




and 


prod- 


prod- 


prod- 




indus- 


coal 


ical 


Wood 


and 


indus- 


indus- 


elec- 


equip- 


trical 


mineral 


montr 




Deverages 


ucts 


ucts 


ucts 


Clothing 


tries 


products 


products 


products 


fixtures 


tries 


tries 


trical) 


ment 


products 


products 




D 


1407 


1408 


1409 


1410 


1411 


1412 


1413 


1414 


1415 


1416 


1417 


1418 


1419 


1420 


1421 


1422 


1977 




111.2 


127.5 


74.9 


105.9 


107.6 


128.9 


120.0 


128.8 


130.8 


125.3 


130.8 


135.0 


163.1 


159.0 


127.9 


121.3 


1978 




111.6 


124.1 


78.9 


107.2 


108 2 


129.4 


128.9 


129.7 


134.9 


125.2 


132.9 


134.3 


164.1 


168.9 


126.9 


120.5 


1977 





113.1 


125.7 


73.2 


108.1 


108.3 


128.8 


118.8 


128.7 


134.2 


126.3 


131.6 


137.3 


161.6 


162.3 


127.3 


123.7 


* 


N 


109.7 


124.4 


72.7 


107.4 


105.2 


127.1 


124.7 


128 4 


132 8 


126 


130.6 


134.9 


160 4 


164 9 


126 8 


121.0 




D 


1039 


123.0 


70.8 


106.3 


102.0 


127.2 


123.6 


127.7 


127.9 


124 6 


129.7 


130.4 


158.1 


162.0 


123.4 


116.4 


1978 


J 


1023 


1253 


725 


106.6 


104.6 


125.5 


123.5 


127.2 


126.0 


122.6 


130.3 


130.1 


159.5 


162.0 


124.3 


112.1 




F 


102.1 


1223 


74.4 


106.6 


107.1 


125.7 


1228 


127.3 


127.6 


122 6 


129 4 


129.9 


160.4 


162 2 


124.0 


113.9 




M 


105.6 


124.1 


767 


107.1 


107.1 


127.4 


1226 


127.8 


130.1 


122.1 


131.1 


130 9 


161.7 


165.2 


126.2 


115.2 




A 


107.6 


124.8 


77.2 


106.4 


108.0 


127.2 


123 8 


129.2 


131.8 


122.8 


132.7 


131.8 


161.4 


165.9 


125.6 


116.3 




M 


114.4 


123.5 


79.6 


107.1 


109.2 


130.6 


130.3 


131.2 


135.8 


122.0 


136.1 


132.9 


166.3 


169.6 


124.7 


122.2 




J 


114.9 


123.5 


80.0 


107.5 


110.6 


134.2 


129.7 


131.5 


138 9 


122.9 


138.2 


1356 


1655 


172.9 


126.3 


125.2 




J 


117.8 


122.2 


81.1 


105.7 


106.5 


131.4 


130.3 


131.9 


138.8 


123 5 


137.1 


133 3 


162.1 


169.1 


124.9 


125.2 




A 


124 8 


123.7 


82.2 


105.5 


109.0 


1332 


138.3 


131.7 


140.5 


126.3 


136.1 


136.5 


162.9 


166 9 


126 2 


126.4 




S 


119.8 


123.7 


81.9 


107.6 


110.2 


131.3 


133.3 


129.7 


139.1 


127.7 


131.6 


1365 


165.0 


170.2 


129.1 


125.7 




o 


114.8 


124.2 


81.5 


108.8 


110.4 


129.4 


131.6 


130.0 


138.4 


129.9 


130.8 


137.6 


166 4 


173.2 


130.7 


124.8 




N 


110.3 


125.6 


805 


109.4 


109.5 


1282 


130.9 


130.2 


137.6 


129.8 


130.7 


138.9 


169.5 


175.7 


131.6 


121.5 




D 


105.3 


126.8 


79.4 


108.4 


106.5 


128 5 


130.1 


129.2 


133.7 


129 6 


130.2 


137.1 


1687 


174.1 


128.8 


117.2 


1979 


J 


104 4 


128.1 


809 


108.6 


109.2 


126.5 


130.2 


129.6 


132.8 


128.9 


130.8 


138.0 


169.1 


176.2 


127.0 


114.7 




F 


103.6 


128.6 


820 


108 3 


110.0 


127.3 


130.1 


130.1 


135.2 


127 9 


130.7 


138 6 


171.1 


178 2 


128.1 


114.8 




M 


104.8 


129.3 


81.5 


107.9 


109.7 


128.2 


130.0 


130.3 


135.6 


129 3 


1303 


139.5 


171.5 


179.4 


127.1 


115.6 




A 


108.1 


129.3 


82.2 


1088 


109.7 


128.9 


130.3 


131.8 


135.7 


128 7 


131.3 


1406 


174.0 


181.2 


127.6 


117.7 




M 


114.3 


131.2 


83.4 


110.3 


110.7 


131.2 


135.8 


134.2 


1382 


131.4 


134.8 


142.3 


177.2 


182.1 


130.1 


126 5 




J 


119.7 


132.0 


84.6 


110.9 


111.2 


134.7 


137.9 


135 8 


141.2 


132 5 


134 6 


1442 


179 8 


182 


133.0 


131.4 




J 


122.4 


131.4 


82.4 


108 8 


107 7 


134.1 


138 2 


134.3 


141.3 


129 6 


134.9 


141.9 


179.5 


180.1 


132.9 


129 2 




A 


125.7 


1327 


828 


110.7 


109.4 


133.5 


136.6 


133.4 


142.8 


133.4 


133.0 


1430 


178.5 


177.0 


133.1 


130.2 




s 


123.1 


131.1 


81.6 


111.6 


110.1 


132.2 


133.1 


132.2 


140.6 


1350 


137.0 


143.4 


178.3 


172.1 


132.9 


128.6 



'See footnote 1 and source in Table 10. 2Employment indexes in total manufacturing and in its total durable and non-durable components are given in Table 9 3|n addition 
to those listed, tobacco products; knitting mills; printing, publishing and allied; and miscellaneous manufacturing industries are included in non-durable manufacturing 4r£ Xce p| 
machinery and transportation equipment industries. 

Table 12: Average weekly wages and salaries,' by industrial division, 
based on the 1960 standard industrial classification (dollars) 





















Transport- 






















Manufacturing 






ation, 
commu- 
nication 


Trade 




Finance, 
insurance 




Year 


Mining, 




Non- 






and 




Industrial 




including 




durable 


Durable 


Con- 


and other 






and real 




montt 




composite 


Forestry 


milling 


Total 


goods 


goods 


struction 


utilities 


Wholesale 


Retail 


estate 


Service 




D 


1439 


1440 


1441 


1442 


1443 


1444 


1445 


1446 


1447 


1448 


1449 


1450 


1977 




249.95 


312.81 


348.12 


266.04 


248.39 


284.66 


369.88 


291.15 


247.81 


164.00 


229.57 


171.28 


1978 




265.37 


326.48 


37640 


285.67 


266.13 


30597 


38964 


31328 


26432 


172.76 


24843 


180 00 


1977 


N 


256.31 


332.55 


362.40 


275.50 


25523 


29659 


381 89 


29840 


25383 


164.41 


235.36 


173.39 




D 


252.81 


24922 


362.65 


271.89 


254.12 


29030 


34675 


29976 


254.46 


169.44 


23635 


175.22 


1978 


J 


255.26 


328.73 


367.90 


273.32 


258.28 


28888 


361 29 


30664 


25584 


165 09 


239 62 


174.85 




F 


258.85 


342.28 


373.01 


280 19 


261.51 


299.54 


377.99 


306 1 1 


26007 


166 26 


240.05 


174.98 




M 


260.27 


343.90 


369.83 


280.77 


261.74 


30047 


37966 


307.89 


259.60 


169.89 


243.74 


178.13 




A 


261.13 


336.06 


368 14 


282.21 


26277 


302.34 


38333 


30807 


262.11 


170.15 


24507 


177.10 




M 


263.38 


324.21 


36555 


28255 


263.26 


302.72 


392.18 


30994 


262.81 


173.53 


24691 


177.78 




J 


267.15 


321.93 


373.89 


285.31 


26550 


30590 


395.00 


31361 


266.38 


177.36 


250.59 


180.20 




J 


266.23 


304.63 


367.55 


282.99 


264.12 


30276 


39560 


314.16 


266. 1j0 


176 73 


249.83 


181.61 




A 


267.07 


311.64 


369.79 


285.47 


266.58 


305.66 


39687 


31364 


263.64 


175.73 


250.53 


181.73 




S 


271.00 


335.76 


380.45 


292.12 


270.33 


315.07 


411.79 


31588 


266.99 


173.86 


252.18 


181.48 




O 


271 78 


340.38 


391.72 


294 44 


27274 


316.91 


40903 


31566 


268.42 


174.64 


251.60 


182.81 




N 


27330 


35575 


397.15 


29684 


274.93 


319.11 


401 26 


323.33 


269.87 


173.80 


25398 


184.24 




D 


269.01 


272.44 


391.78 


291.89 


271.74 


312.28 


371 72 


32438 


269.96 


176.09 


257 03 


185.12 


1979 


J 


27608 


36330 


40681 


300.84 


28068 


321 24 


393.23 


32850 


27530 


176 50 


259.90 


186.63 




F 


277.86 


352.93 


409 30 


302.93 


284.00 


321.99 


401 52 


32959 


27843 


177.43 


260.77 


187 07 




M 


281 07 


361.83 


415.26 


30569 


286.38 


325.20 


40974 


331 04 


282.64 


180.92 


265.97 


189 07 




A 


283.26 


361.84 


416.46 


307.29 


287.96 


32687 


41681 


333.81 


285.69 


183.40 


267 17 


189.70 




M 


286.11 


344.18 


410.55 


309.04 


288.87 


329.55 


422.70 


336 41 


287.78 


187.22 


269.17 


191.26 




J 


289.46 


334.28 


41245 


310.64 


291 23 


330.59 


42660 


340.17 


291.58 


190.00 


272.91 


194 27 




J 


290.75 


347.94 


409.18 


309.71 


291.14 


328.88 


43071 


344.60 


290.79 


190.92 


27513 


195 40 




A 


292.32 


361.16 


414.99 


311.41 


292.09 


331 59 


429.60 


35097 


289.78 


190.14 


276.00 


19595 




S 


295.51 


387.80 


414.25 


317.30 


296.13 


339.37 


454.02 


348.49 


294 38 


188.15 


276.30 


196.68 




o 


296.63 


389.65 


433.60 


320.54 


298.91 


342.69 


447.98 


348.38 






276.90 


196.81 



■ See footnotes and source at bottom of Table 9 



52 



January 1980 

Table 13: Average weekly wages and salaries,' by manufacturing industry, 
based on the 1960 standard industrial classification (dollars) 



Section 4-Tables 13 and 14 











Non-durable manufacturing? 














































Durable manufacturing 




















Paper 


Petro- 


Chem- 
icals 












Metal 
























and 


leum 


and 






Primary 


fabri- 


Machin- 


Transpor- 




Non- 


Year 




Food 










allied 


and 


chem- 




Furniture 


metal 


cating 


ery (ex 


tation 


Elec- 


metallic 


and 




and 


Rubber 


Leather 


Textile 




indus- 


coal 


ical 


Wood 


and 


indus- 


indus- 


elec- 


equip- 


trical 


mineral 


month 


i 
D 


beverage 


products 


products 


products 


Clothing 


tries 


products 


products 


products 


lixtures 


tries 


tries 


trical) 


ment 


products 


products 




1463 


1464 


1465 


1466 


1467 


1468 


1469 


1470 


1471 


1472 


1473 


1474 


1475 


1476 


1477 


1478 


1977 




241.67 


257.91 


169.12 


218.66 


162.13 


316.99 


377.85 


290.48 


266.40 


213.43 


316.85 


275.27 


279.42 


313.07 


259.82 


287.26 


1978 




258.93 


27990 


182.18 


235.47 


175.80 


340.76 


404.81 


312.09 


28977 


22675 


341.32 


29266 


300.61 


334.64 


279.99 


311.99 


1977 





243.80 


261.38 


173.35 


22565 


167.72 


32534 


391.78 


298.44 


277.88 


22074 


32605 


284.89 


286 11 


333.29 


266.89 


298.81 




N 


247.53 


266.03 


177.20 


22577 


165 05 


327.31 


384 20 


299.94 


280.92 


222.38 


329.00 


283.78 


287.17 


330.87 


268.58 


294.91 




D 


250.85 


26520 


170.16 


224.14 


162.51 


319.26 


38399 


299.26 


27338 


215.73 


32587 


27572 


283.28 


320.29 


264.78 


291.03 


1976 


J 


254.45 


267.52 


174.53 


224.12 


170 80 


328.92 


39807 


30388 


281 72 


214.17 


32861 


277.28 


281.82 


307.19 


265.08 


29260 




F 


256.56 


27546 


180.75 


23069 


175.11 


33280 


394 90 


303.86 


285.58 


219.54 


33203 


286.79 


295.14 


328.84 


274.71 


29899 




M 


256.02 


271.22 


1 79.03 


229.02 


170.69 


33384 


39960 


309 19 


28646 


221.19 


33347 


288.85 


296.45 


326.55 


276.86 


305.09 




A 


255.92 


272.80 


182.79 


23388 


172 49 


334.39 


406.37 


307.84 


28487 


22205 


335.79 


29061 


296.52 


332.06 


277.86 


304.95 




M 


257.34 


271.40 


182.03 


232.97 


171.92 


335.81 


403.09 


308.26 


284.07 


222.92 


341.35 


288.78 


293.24 


331.52 


275.66 


310.99 




J 


257.77 


276.31 


181.96 


233.60 


175.52 


341.89 


396 04 


309.62 


284.57 


225.86 


340.41 


293.75 


30087 


333.86 


281.06 


316.00 




J 


256.43 


272.79 


174.74 


232.18 


1 74.04 


339.67 


40030 


309 44 


28478 


223.10 


33890 


290.29 


29800 


326.33 


279.21 


315.68 




A 


25687 


279.99 


182.53 


23680 


178.47 


340.80 


403.86 


309.58 


287.76 


227.27 


34251 


292.48 


299.42 


33282 


280.81 


315.56 




S 


257.60 


288.72 


186.30 


241.10 


181.53 


348.67 


410.78 


319.35 


295.68 


235.31 


348.66 


301.09 


310.26 


349.06 


288.03 


321.27 







263.59 


294.19 


186.39 


241.26 


182.37 


350.65 


419.02 


32042 


299.35 


237.95 


352.04 


302.97 


310.03 


350.18 


288.15 


32508 




N 


267.18 


297.65 


191.38 


243.84 


180.87 


353.45 


41500 


323 14 


303.32 


240.80 


35352 


303.39 


314.70 


35346 


289.18 


323.84 




D 


266.43 


290.80 


183.68 


24621 


175.48 


348.18 


410.74 


320.47 


29905 


23080 


34860 


295.60 


310.92 


34381 


28322 


313.86 


1979 


J 


275.78 


305.17 


192.22 


24506 


186 33 


357.78 


430.49 


330.79 


305.17 


237.72 


358.28 


305.59 


321.87 


353.78 


288.69 


323.93 




F 


278.06 


311.17 


197.18 


247.28 


190.04 


362.01 


43039 


332.70 


307.05 


240.58 


360.54 


308.45 


324.42 


34897 


291.13 


324.86 




M 


283.10 


309.39 


196 66 


25055 


189 30 


362.97 


432.91 


335.48 


308.30 


241.09 


360 54 


312.15 


329.85 


354.81 


293.20 


330.04 




A 


282.42 


312.44 


195.91 


256.61 


188 05 


364.72 


443.78 


340.58 


30632 


24266 


369.34 


315.29 


329.66 


354 56 


291.78 


333.83 




M 


283.04 


310.85 


197.62 


256.00 


188.74 


367.43 


44944 


340.92 


31068 


24096 


373.29 


315.22 


328.51 


358.23 


297.64 


33629 




J 


28399 


311.17 


19916 


256.06 


190.67 


375.28 


441.55 


343.73 


30543 


244.98 


371.13 


319.97 


330.72 


358.47 


299.26 


348.23 




J 


286.58 


302.55 


196.56 


255.33 


188 78 


370.60 


440.88 


344.29 


306.19 


247.11 


372.64 


320.33 


329.13 


351.24 


297.77 


344 99 




A 


283.90 


314.47 


199.47 


25909 


195.70 


372.31 


44545 


342.50 


317.94 


251.45 


379.69 


319.20 


332.23 


347.88 


301.78 


349.53 




s 


28531 


327 28 


204.44 


25936 


195.87 


379.99 


458.16 


352.31 


326.50 


255.81 


38079 


32825 


34365 


360 10 


306.46 


355.61 



'The data in Tables 9 to 16 are based on reports from firms employing 20 persons or more in any month of the year and relate to the last pay periods in the month Greater 
industrial and area detail and more explanatory notes are given in the source publication named below 2|n addition to those listed, tobacco products, knitting mills; printing, 
publishing and allied; and miscellaneous manufacturing industries are included in non-durable manufacturing 
Source: Employment, Earnings and Hours (72-002), Statistics Canada. 

Table 14: Average weekly wages and salaries,! by province (dollars) 



Year and 
























month 


Canada2 


Nfld 


PEL 


NS 


N.B. 


Que 


Ont 


Man 


Sask 


Alta. 


B.C. 


D 


1495 


1496 


1497 


1498 


1499 


1500 


1501 


1502 


1503 


1504 


1505 


1977 


249.95 


242.43 


187.73 


212.09 


223.34 


244.79 


249.46 


226.29 


235.56 


261.96 


284.13 


1978 


265.37 


24836 


196.72 


223.72 


232.89 


262.82 


264.04 


239 71 


250.44 


276.32 


301.26 


1977 N 


25631 


246.80 


190.91 


21659 


226.96 


252.42 


256.20 


226.93 


23905 


267 53 


291.49 


D 


252.81 


238.36 


192.08 


214.72 


22529 


24891 


252.83 


229.94 


239.30 


264.11 


283.08 


1978 J 


255.26 


24821 


195 28 


219.88 


230.29 


25349 


251.76 


22995 


23952 


268.03 


289.50 


F 


258.85 


247.82 


191.34 


219.08 


230.33 


25565 


258.27 


233.13 


24041 


269.79 


291.60 


M 


260.27 


23961 


195.86 


220.12 


231.35 


256.24 


259.76 


234 90 


243.83 


271.88 


29394 


A 


261.13 


238.64 


191.57 


22004 


227.71 


25791 


26087 


235.33 


244.31 


270.77 


295.34 


M 


263.38 


241.11 


193.02 


222.34 


228.43 


261.28 


262.89 


235.94 


247.16 


272.13 


298.80 


J 


267.15 


246.14 


193.54 


224.12 


230.48 


26590 


265.82 


241.68 


25287 


276.71 


303.71 


J 


266.23 


24963 


201.48 


223.85 


229.38 


264.15 


26447 


241.74 


256.06 


275.19 


304 82 


A 


267 07 


251.75 


196.86 


224.80 


231.78 


264.17 


264.88 


243.11 


255.19 


277.19 


307.51 


S 


271 00 


252.07 


198.83 


22623 


231.25 


26875 


270.17 


244.35 


253.33 


280.25 


310.43 


O 


271.78 


253.14 


201.18 


227.65 


237.80 


269.34 


269.77 


245.78 


257.42 


286.88 


309.07 


N 


273.30 


260.17 


202.10 


229.94 


242.17 


270 41 


271.88 


246 17 


257.84 


286.69 


309.74 


D 


26901 


251 97 


199 52 


226.57 


243 74 


266 59 


267 99 


244.45 


257.28 


280.35 


30067 


1979 J 


27608 


264 55 


206.18 


23568 


252 14 


272.71 


27468 


24992 


260.09 


289.55 


309 53 


F 


277.86 


266.89 


206.85 


236.64 


25247 


275.61 


27653 


249.04 


262.34 


290.99 


310.10 


M 


281.07 


271 79 


207.22 


240 74 


254.11 


277.76 


278.97 


252.80 


265.14 


296.38 


316.34 


A 


283.26 


269 10 


209.05 


240 31 


251.50 


281 12 


281.45 


253.31 


268.35 


296.30 


319.19 


M 


286 11 


271.87 


210.96 


247.29 


251.94 


282 12 


283.93 


25528 


272.59 


303.89 


324 41 


J 


289.46 


27499 


209.01 


247.03 


25602 


28603 


287.56 


259.92 


278.91 


307.53 


32540 


J 


290.75 


275.30 


215.18 


24876 


257 80 


285.02 


288.31 


26236 


280.47 


310.85 


330.88 


A 


292.32 


272.80 


209.18 


248.90 


259.01 


287.61 


28833 


264.13 


284.64 


313.68 


335.55 


S 


295.51 


271.31 


20625 


246.81 


254 99 


291 39 


291.73 


26529 


282 18 


318.50 


341.23 


O 


296.63 


273.53 


207 18 


251.00 


25627 


291 89 


292.81 


26686 


28475 


320.28 


341.57 



!See footnote 1 in Table 13 2|ncludes Yukon and Northwest Territories 



53 



Section 4— Table 15 

Table 15: Average hourly earnings,) based on the 1960 standard industrial classification (dollars per hour) 



January 1980 





















Manutacturing 














































Paper 












Non-durable 


Durable 




















and 


Year 




Mining, 


Tota 




goods 


goods 




Food 














r urniture 


allied 


and 




including 
milling 


Unad| 


S.A. 










and bev- 
erages 


Rubber Leather Textile Wood 
products products products Clothing products 


and 
fixtures 


indus- 


monll- 


Unad| 


S.A. 


Unad| 


S.A. 


tries 




D 


1517 


1518 


4867 


1519 


4869 


1520 


4868 




1521 




1522 


1523 


1524 


1525 


1526 


1527 


1528 


1977 




8.11 


6.38 




5.94 




6.80 






5.94 




6.11 


4.27 


5.00 


4.23 


6.74 


5.07 


7.69 


1978 




8.75 


6.84 




6.34 




7.30 






6.32 




6.61 


4.54 


5.38 


4.59 


7.31 


5.36 


8.24 


1977 


N 


8.43 


6.57 


6.59 


6.08 


6 13 


7.03 


7.04 




6.08 




6.27 


4.38 


5.11 


4.34 


7.06 


5.18 


7.91 




D 


8.47 


6.60 


6.63 


6.15 


6.17 


7.01 


7.07 




6.23 




6.36 


4.39 


5.21 


4.39 


7.11 


5.14 


7.90 


1978 


J 


8.50 


6.62 


6.62 


6.18 


6.18 


7.03 


7.03 




6.24 




641 


4.47 


5.15 


4.47 


7.23 


5.14 


7.96 




F 


8.60 


666 


6.66 


6.19 


620 


7.10 


7.09 




6.25 




6.46 


4.45 


5.27 


4.51 


7.19 


5.16 


7.99 




M 


8.56 


6.72 


6.70 


6.26 


6.22 


7.14 


7.15 




6.36 




6.42 


449 


5.27 


4.52 


7.17 


5.21 


8.04 




A 


8.53 


6.72 


6.70 


6.24 


6.21 


7.16 


7.14 




628 




6.43 


4.50 


5.30 


4.51 


7.15 


5.24 


8.03 




M 


8.53 


6.78 


6.74 


630 


6.24 


7.22 


7.20 




622 




6.52 


4.61 


5.39 


460 


7.15 


530 


8.13 




J 


8.65 


6.81 


6.76 


6.30 


622 


7.30 


7.27 




6.17 




6.51 


4.60 


5.37 


4.56 


7.19 


5.36 


8.19 




J 


8.67 


6.81 


6.82 


6.32 


6.29 


7.27 


7.29 




618 




6.60 


4.49 


538 


4.54 


7.23 


5.39 


8.27 




A 


870 


6.84 


6.90 


6.36 


643 


7.32 


7.37 




6.21 




6.59 


4.49 


5.41 


4.63 


7.30 


5.38 


8.33 




S 


8.82 


6.97 


7.00 


6.42 


6.49 


7.48 


7.46 




6.29 




675 


4.54 


548 


466 


7.45 


5.55 


8.44 







9.10 


7.01 


7.00 


6.47 


6.52 


7.51 


7.48 




6.44 




680 


460 


5.46 


469 


7.51 


5.54 


8.48 




N 


9.14 


7.04 


7 06 


6.51 


656 


7.52 


7.53 




6.54 




6.90 


4.63 


5.52 


4.66 


7.57 


5.56 


8.48 




D 


9.23 


7.04 


7.08 


6.55 


6.57 


7.49 


7.56 




661 




6.89 


4.60 


5.59 


4.74 


7.60 


5.50 


8.48 


1979 


J 


9.30 


7.15 


716 


664 


6.64 


7.60 


760 




6.77 




707 


4.71 


5.62 


4.81 


7.69 


5.66 


8.53 




F 


9.40 


7.18 


7 17 


6.69 


6.69 


7.62 


7.62 




680 




7 15 


4.80 


564 


4.85 


7.71 


5.69 


8.61 




M 


948 


7.24 


7.22 


6.76 


6.73 


7.68 


7.69 




6.92 




7.21 


4.79 


570 


484 


7.71 


5.69 


8.63 




A 


960 


7.32 


7.31 


6.82 


6.81 


777 


777 




6.87 




7.27 


4.81 


588 


486 


7.77 


5.76 


8.72 




M 


956 


7.38 


7.34 


6.87 


682 


7.84 


7.83 




6.84 




7.29 


4.90 


5.92 


4.95 


7.76 


5.82 


8.94 




J 


9.51 


7.41 


7.39 


6.92 


688 


7.87 


785 




6.87 




7.28 


4.92 


594 


4.95 


7.72 


586 


9.07 




J 


9.45 


7.45 


7.47 


6.96 


695 


7.91 


7.95 




695 




7.30 


490 


599 


492 


7.78 


5.90 


902 




A 


960 


7.48 


7.54 


6.97 


7.04 


7.96 


801 




692 




7.48 


4.91 


5.99 


5.01 


8.06 


5.95 


9.03 




S 


978 


7.57 


7.58 


7.04 


7.05 


8.07 


8.02 




6.92 




765 


5.01 


6 00 


504 


8.21 


6.00 


9.11 







10.02 


7.66 


7.64 


7.11 


7 13 


8.15 


8.09 
































Manutacturing 


























































Other cndus 








Pnntina 
















Chem- 


















publishing 




Metal 














icals 










Highway 


Laun- 


Hotels, 






and 


Primary 


fabri- 


Machin- Transpor- 




Non- 


Pe- 




and 


Constructior 






and 


dries. 


rest- 


Year 




allied 


metal 


cating 


ery (ex 


tation 


Elec- metallic troleu 


cher 










bridge 


cleaners 


aurants 


and 




indus- 


indus- 


indus- 


elec- 


equip- 


trical mineral & 


coal 




ical 






Engi- 


Urban 


mainte- 


and 


and 


month 




tries 


tries 


tries 


trical) 


ment products products products 


products 


Total 


Building 


neering 


transit 


nance 


pressers 


taverns 




D 


1529 


1530 


1531 


1532 


1533 


1534 


1535 


1536 




1537 


1538 


1539 


1540 


1541 


1542 


1543 


1544 


1977 




6.98 


7.43 


6.69 


6.84 


7.34 


5.76 


6.89 


8.60 




6.51 


9.77 


971 


9.90 


7.46 


5.75 


3.80 


3.81 


1978 




7.46 


8.03 


7 10 


7.34 


7.85 


6.13 


743 


926 




697 


10.28 


10.35 


10.18 


8.03 


6.02 


4.16 


3.96 


1977 


N 


7.11 


767 


6.84 


7.05 


7.64 


5.92 


701 


8.76 




6 64 


10.04 


10 03 


10.05 


7.66 


5.89 


3.93 


3.83 




D 


7.02 


7.71 


6.73 


7.00 


7.64 


5.87 


698 


890 




6.65 


9.92 


995 


9.87 


7.74 


606 


3.89 


3.91 


1978 


J 


7.18 


7.74 


680 


709 


7.53 


5.93 


7.04 


9.07 




6.73 


10.12 


9.99 


10.40 


787 


6.25 


3.88 


3.84 




F 


7.26 


7.76 


690 


7.18 


7.64 


600 


7.14 


895 




675 


10.23 


10 06 


10.56 


7.84 


5.93 


398 


3.82 




M 


7.35 


7.85 


6.95 


7.21 


766 


6.11 


7.23 


907 




684 


10.19 


10.06 


10.43 


7.87 


603 


404 


3.91 




A 


7.35 


7.84 


6.97 


723 


771 


6.06 


725 


9.25 




687 


10.21 


10.08 


10.45 


7.87 


5.93 


4.07 


3.88 




M 


7.40 


7.95 


7.02 


7.29 


7.74 


6.07 


7.41 


920 




6.94 


10.10 


10.22 


9.91 


7.94 


601 


4.18 


394 




J 


7.44 


804 


7.11 


7.29 


7.85 


6 .14 


7.49 


9.06 




6.95 


10 08 


10.26 


983 


796 


6.21 


4.24 


3.99 




J 


7.50 


8.04 


7.10 


7.26 


7.76 


6.11 


7.48 


9.24 




698 


10.07 


1018 


993 


803 


5.82 


4.22 


395 




A 


7.62 


8.17 


7.15 


7.35 


779 


6.13 


7.53 


929 




703 


10.18 


10.33 


9.98 


8.10 


5.86 


4.23 


3.95 




s 


7.69 


8.21 


7.26 


7.50 


8.17 


6.26 


762 


9.48 




7.10 


10.50 


10.67 


10.26 


8 17 


589 


4.17 


4.00 







7.64 


8.24 


7.32 


754 


8.15 


6.28 


7.65 


959 




7.13 


10.54 


10.72 


10.25 


8.20 


6.01 


4.30 


403 




N 


7.61 


8.25 


7.30 


7.57 


8.16 


6.28 


7.68 


9.48 




7.14 


10.65 


10.85 


10.25 


826 


6.11 


4.27 


4.05 




D 


7.53 


8.25 


7.27 


7.52 


808 


6.23 


7.61 


946 




7.14 


10.50 


10.74 


9.94 


8.27 


6.15 


4.31 


4.10 


1979 


J 


7 74 


8.34 


7.34 


7.70 


8.26 


6.29 


7.67 


956 




7.29 


10.78 


10.89 


10.49 


8.35 


7.00 


4.26 


406 




F 


7.96 


8.35 


7.39 


7.73 


8.23 


6.32 


768 


9.57 




7.36 


10 90 


11.00 


1066 


8.35 


7.01 


4.32 


4.08 




M 


7.99 


8.48 


7.46 


7.83 


828 


6.37 


7.82 


9.72 




7.51 


1091 


10 97 


10.77 


8.36 


6 98 


4.33 


4.11 




A 


8.15 


8.56 


7.57 


7.93 


833 


6.41 


7.96 


0.03 




7.63 


10 96 


11.06 


10.74 


8.35 


709 


4.46 


4.18 




M 


8.20 


8.64 


7.69 


7.93 


8.40 


656 


8.07 


0.14 




7.61 


10 95 


11.21 


10.50 


8.37 


7.00 


4.55 


4.22 




J 


8.17 


8.74 


7.76 


7.98 


8.37 


6.58 


8.27 


004 




7.66 


10 86 


11.12 


10.44 


8.38 


6.97 


4.59 


4.24 




J 


8.22 


8.77 


7.87 


8.01 


8.38 


6.62 


8.34 


000 




7.73 


10.92 


11.22 


10.44 


8.55 


6.99 


4.51 


4.21 




A 


835 


8.90 


7.79 


8.03 


8.40 


664 


8.41 


02 




7.77 


10 98 


11.29 


10.50 


882 


7.21 


4.50 


4.24 




S 


8.47 


9.00 


7.91 


8.18 


8.53 


6.71 


8.45 


0.38 




7.86 


11.35 


11.60 


10.95 


867 


7.27 


4.48 


4.30 



























11.40 


11.77 


11.16 











'See footnote 1 in Tables 13 & 16 

Source: Employment, Earnings and Hours (72-002), Statistics Canada. 



54 



January 1980 

Table 16: Average weekly hours,) based on the 1960 standard industrial classification 



Section 4-Table 16 



















Manufacturing 














































Paper 










Non-durable 
























and 


Year 


Mining, 


Tota 


I 


goods 


Durable 


i goods 




Food 












Furniture 


allied 


and 


including 
milling 














and __ 


h«u- 


Ri 


nhhar 1 oatr-ior ToytdA 




Wnnrl 






month 


Unadj 


S.A. 


Unad|. 


S.A. 


Unadj 


S.A. 


erages 


products products products Clothing products 


fixtures 


tries 


D 


1573 


1574 


4870 


1575 


4872 


1576 


4871 




1577 




1578 


1579 


1580 


1581 


1582 


1583 


1584 


1977 


40.6 


38.7 




37.8 




39.5 






37.6 




39.6 


36.3 


39.0 


34.8 


37.90 


39.10 


39.20 


1978 


40.5 


38.8 




37.9 




39.6 






37.8 




39.7 


37.0 


39.3 


35.0 


3860 


39.20 


39.50 


1977 N 


41.0 


39.0 


38.6 


37.9 


377 


40.1 


39.6 




37.5 




40.1 


37.2 


39.6 


34.5 


38.4 


40.2 


39.5 


D 


40.4 


37.9 


38.9 


37.0 


37.9 


38.8 


40.0 




37.1 




39.1 


35.1 


38.2 


33.4 


36.9 


38.8 


38.1 


1978 J 


40.6 


37.8 


37.8 


37.5 


37.5 


38.2 


38.2 




37.5 




38.8 


35.7 


38.7 


34.9 


37.4 


38.3 


39.3 


F 


41.1 


39.0 


38.8 


38.1 


380 


39.8 


39.6 




37.8 




40.1 


37.5 


39.3 


35.6 


38.2 


39.3 


39.7 


M 


40.6 


38.6 


38.3 


37.6 


37.4 


39.6 


39.3 




369 




39.2 


36.8 


389 


34.3 


38.5 


39.4 


39.4 


A 


40.0 


38.9 


38.7 


38.0 


37.9 


39.8 


39.6 




37.5 




39.6 


37.7 


39.5 


34.9 


38.3 


39.2 


39.5 


M 


39.9 


38.7 


389 


37.8 


37.9 


39.5 


396 




382 




38.7 


36.6 


386 


34.1 


38.1 


38.9 


394 


J 


41.0 


38.9 


38.8 


38.1 


38.2 


39.7 


39.7 




38.3 




39.7 


367 


38.8 


35.2 


38.1 


38.8 


40.0 


J 


40.0 


38.5 


39.0 


37.7 


38.1 


39.2 


39.9 




38.1 




38.3 


35.9 


38.3 


35.0 


37.8 


38.2 


39.2 


A 


40.0 


38.8 


38.9 


38.1 


380 


39.4 


39.7 




38.3 




40.1 


37.7 


39.1 


35.4 


37.8 


39.4 


39.2 


S 


40.4 


39.2 


38.9 


38.3 


38.0 


40.1 


39.7 




37.7 




40.3 


37.6 


39.8 


35.9 


38.1 


39.5 


39.6 





40.9 


39.2 


38.8 


38.3 


380 


40.1 


39.6 




37.9 




41.0 


37.3 


40.0 


35.7 


38.3 


399 


39.7 


N 


41.5 


39.4 


390 


38.4 


382 


40.3 


39.8 




37.8 




41.1 


38.0 


40.2 


35.5 


38.5 


40.3 


39.9 


D 


40.0 


38.3 


39.3 


37.4 


38.3 


39.2 


40.4 




37.1 




39.6 


36.6 


40.3 


33.6 


37.7 


38.6 


39.0 


1979 J 


41.6 


39.0 


39.1 


38.1 


38 1 


39.8 


39.8 




37.5 




41.1 


37.7 


39.5 


35.5 


38.1 


39.1 


39.9 


F 


41.2 


390 


38.7 


38.3 


38.1 


39.7 


39.5 




37.6 




41.5 


37.9 


39.6 


35.9 


38.2 


39.4 


40.0 


M 


41.6 


39.1 


39.0 


38.3 


38.2 


39.9 


39.7 




37.8 




40.8 


37.7 


39.7 


35.8 


38.3 


39.4 


39.9 


A 


40.8 


39.0 


38.9 


38.2 


38.1 


39.7 


396 




37.9 




41.0 


37.4 


39.7 


35.2 


37.7 


39.3 


39.6 


M 


40.6 


38.9 


39.1 


38.1 


38.2 


39.7 


39.9 




383 




40.4 


37.0 


39.2 


348 


38.3 


38.6 


39.1 


J 


41.1 


38.9 


38.8 


38.2 


382 


39.6 


39.5 




38.3 




40.1 


37.0 


39.0 


35.2 


37.7 


39.1 


'39.5 


J 


40.6 


38.5 


38.9 


37.9 


38.2 


39.2 


39.8 




38.5 




38.7 


36.5 


38.2 


34.9 


37.5 


39.0 


39.0 


A 


40.4 


38.6 


38.7 


38.0 


37.9 


392 


39.4 




38 1 




39.9 


37.3 


39.0 


35.6 


37.8 


39.7 


39.1 


S 


41.1 


39.0 


38.7 


38.3 


38.0 


39.8 


39.4 




38.2 




40.5 


37.5 


39.3 


35.4 


38.2 


40.0 


39.8 





41.0 


39.0 


38.7 


38.1 


37.9 


39.7 


39.3 






























Manufacturing 
























































Other industries 






Printing, 
mblishing 
















Cham- 




F 




Metal 


Ma- 












icals 










Highway 


Laun- 


Hotels, 




and 


Primary 


fabri- 


chinery Transpor- 




Non- 


Pe- 




and 


Constructior 


i 




and 


dries, 


rest- 


Year 


allied 


metal 


cating 


(ex 


tation 


Elec- metallic troleum 


chem- 










bridge 


cleaners 


aurants 


and 


indus- 


indus- 


indus- 


elec- 


equip- 


trical mineral & 


coal 




ical 






Engi- 


Urban 


mainte- 


and 


and 


month 


tries 


tries 


tries 


trical) 


ment products products products 


products 


Total 


Building 


neering 


transit 


nance 


pressers 


taverns 


D 


1585 


1586 


1587 


1588 


1589 


1590 


1591 


1592 




1593 


1594 


1595 


1596 


1597 


1598 


1599 


1600 


1977 


35.3 


40.1 


39.4 


39.4 


40.6 


38.9 


40.2 


41.0 




39.8 


38.7 


37.1 


41.6 


40.9 


41.5 


33.6 


26.3 


1978 


35.2 


40.0 


39.5 


39.1 


40.5 


39.1 


40.6 


41.0 




39.8 


39.0 


37.3 


42.1 


40.9 


43.2 


33.3 


25.9 


1977 N 


35.1 


40.3 


39.8 


39.5 


41.4 


39.4 


40.5 


409 




40.2 


39.0 


37.3 


42.2 


40.0 


41.9 


33.1 


25.7 


D 


34.1 


39.5 


38.7 


38.6 


39.5 


38.4 


39.8 


40.4 




40.0 


34.9 


34.6 


35.5 


42.3 


42.6 


32.5 


25.2 


1978 J 


34.4 


39.6 


38.4 


37.4 


37.6 


37.7 


39.4 


406 




39.9 


36.3 


35.4 


38.3 


40.5 


44.3 


32.6 


25.0 


F 


34.7 


40.2 


39.8 


39.7 


41.1 


39.2 


40.1 


39.9 




39.8 


38.0 


36.9 


40.6 


39.9 


43.9 


33.3 


25.5 


M 


35.5 


39.8 


39.7 


39.4 


40.4 


38.8 


40.7 


40.8 




40.3 


38.3 


36.8 


41.6 


40.9 


43.8 


33.6 


25.7 


A 


35.3 


40.2 


40.0 


390 


41.1 


390 


40.4 


41.6 




39.7 


38.6 


37.5 


40.9 


40.3 


42.0 


33.6 


25.4 


M 


35.1 


40.5 


39.2 


37.9 


408 


38.4 


40.7 


41.6 




40 1 


40.0 


38.1 


43.2 


41.8 


42.2 


33.4 


25.5 


J 


35.5 


40.0 


39.5 


39.4 


40.6 


39.2 


41.2 


404 




39.9 


40.2 


38.1 


43.8 


41.4 


41.5 


33.5 


26.2 


J 


34.8 


396 


388 


38.9 


399 


38.8 


41.1 


41.0 




39.3 


40.5 


37.9 


44.6 


40.7 


43.3 


33.2 


26.9 


A 


35.4 


39.7 


39.1 


38.8 


40.4 


39.3 


40.6 


41.2 




39 1 


40.2 


37.5 


44.5 


41.5 


43.0 


33.3 


27.2 


S 


35.5 


40.1 


40.2 


398 


41.0 


40.0 


41.2 


41.7 




40.0 


40.6 


38.2 


44.5 


41.4 


43.0 


34.1 


26.1 





35.3 


40.3 


40.1 


39.5 


41.2 


39.8 


41.5 


42.3 




39.9 


40.2 


37.8 


44.6 


41.1 


43.1 


32.8 


25.8 


N 


35.6 


40.3 


40.1 


40.2 


41.6 


39.8 


41.2 


41.1 




40.6 


38.9 


37.5 


41.9 


40.3 


44.2 


33.7 


25.7 


D 


35.1 


39.6 


38.7 


39.6 


40.1 


38.9 


39.6 


40.1 




39.5 


35.7 


35.3 


36.6 


40.6 


43.5 


32.1 


25.2 


1979 J 


34.8 


40.3 


39.7 


40.1 


40.5 


39.4 


40.4 


41.4 




39.9 


374 


36.3 


40.4 


40.2 


41.2 


32.8 


25.0 


F 


35.1 


40.5 


39.8 


40.2 


40.1 


39.5 


403 


40.7 




40.0 


37.9 


36.7 


41.3 


408 


39.0 


32.8 


25.5 


M 


35.5 


40.0 


40.0 


406 


40.6 


39.5 


40.3 


40.2 




400 


38.8 


37.7 


41.6 


40.7 


40.6 


33.0 


25.7 


A 


35.0 


40.6 


399 


40.1 


40.4 


38.4 


40.4 


41.4 




40.2 


393 


38.0 


42.6 


41.4 


38.8 


33.1 


25.7 


M 


34.7 


40.8 


39.2 


39.8 


40.5 


38.9 


40.3 


42.6 




40.3 


39.8 


38.3 


42.9 


41.4 


39.2 


32.9 


25.8 


J 


348 


40.0 


39.6 


396 


40.5 


389 


41.3 


41.6 




40.6 


40.4 


38.4 


44.1 


409 


39.8 


33.5 


26.4 


J 


34.7 


399 


39.1 


39.3 


396 


385 


40.3 


41.5 




398 


40.7 


38.7 


44.2 


41.1 


398 


31.9 


27.4 


A 


348 


40.3 


39.2 


39.7 


389 


38.8 


405 


41.7 




392 


40.2 


38.2 


44.0 


423 


39.8 


338 


27.3 


S 


35.0 


39.9 


40 .1 


40.7 


39.9 


393 


41 4 


43.2 




40.4 


41 6 


39.3 


45.8 


41.2 


40.4 


33.9 


26 1 

























40.7 


38.7 


44.6 











'Includes hours paid in regular and overtime periods and hours of paid absence in the pay periods reported. See also footnotes in Table 13 
Source: Employment, Earnings and Hours (72-002), Statistics Canada. 



55 



Section 5 ■ Prices 

58 1. Industry Selling Price Indexes, Selected Industries 

63 2. Consumer Price Indexes 

64 3. Construction Price Indexes 



57 



Section 5-Table 1 

Table 1: Industry selling price indexes, selected industries (1971 
based on the 1970 standard industrial classification 



January 1980 



100), 







Industry 










Food and beverage industries 




















Fruit 




















selling 










& vege- 






Flour 








Confec- 






price 




Slaugh- 






table 




& 


break- 








tionery 


Year 




index: 




tering and 




Fish 


canners 






fast 




Biscuit 




manu- 


and 




manufac- 




meat 


Poultry 


products 


and pre- 




Dairy 


cereal 


Feed 


manufac- 


Bakeries 


fac- 


month 




turing 


Total 


processors 


processors 


industry 


servers 


products products 


industry 


turers 


industry 


turers 




D 


500000 


500001 


500002 


503001 


503301 


503701 


504801 


507301 


507701 


508601 


508701 


509101 


1977 




174.3 


185.9 


164.1 


191.2 


226.5 


174.5 




190.3 


182.0 


183.1 


200.0 


184.2 


229.1 


1978 




190.4 


2056 


209.0 


213.6 


2567 


187.4 




203.6 


190.9 


187.9 


2228 


196.4 


246.4 


1977 


D 


179.2 


190.8 


176.3 


190.8 


241.6 


179.8 




194.5 


186.0 


172.1 


213.2 


186.7 


233.4 


1978 


J 


181.5 


192.8 


178 7 


190.6 


245.3 


181.1 




196 9 


185.4 


176.2 


216.5 


189.2 


237.4 




F 


182 8 


195.2 


185.3 


191.2 


250.5 


182.4 




199.9 


185.5 


174.5 


216.5 


190.9 


240.7 




M 


184.4 


197.3 


187.3 


195 5 


2504 


182.4 




2005 


185.6 


1823 


219.9 


192.1 


242.2 




A 


187.2 


200.7 


194 9 


199.0 


2536 


183.4 




201.4 


186.4 


188.1 


220.0 


193.4 


242.8 




M 


188.0 


205.5 


213.2 


207.1 


248.5 


184.7 




203.6 


187.6 


189 1 


220.0 


193.4 


245.8 




J 


189 


207.5 


217.4 


214.1 


248.1 


187.6 




204.3 


192 7 


188 8 


220.0 


196.5 


248.8 




J 


190.1 


207.5 


216.1 


220.2 


255.4 


187.8 




204.5 


192 4 


186.5 


221.5 


196.7 


248.8 




A 


191.7 


2084 


218.9 


224.5 


254.5 


189.6 




2047 


192.2 


1853 


222.8 


196.6 


249.0 




S 


194.0 


209.7 


220.6 


226.0 


259.4 


190.7 




204.7 


193.7 


186 6 


222.8 


197.3 


248.9 







197.6 


213.3 


224.4 


228.5 


266.6 


191.3 




2065 


195.4 


196 5 


231.4 


202.0 


249.8 




N 


198.6 


214.2 


226.2 


232.3 


269.5 


193.2 




208.0 


196.2 


198 6 


231 4 


204.3 


249.9 




D 


199.4 


215.3 


225.0 


234.8 


278.8 


194.9 




208.5 


197.3 


2023 


231.2 


204.2 


252.8 


1979 


J 


204.8 


221.8 


235.2 


234.7 


285.4 


196.1 




212.2 


238.7 


203.1 


245.8 


224.6 


253.5 




F 


2085 


2266 


2505 


2388 


291.8 


197.5 




214.4 


239.5 


2068 


241.0 


224.6 


253.6 




M 


210.4 


229.3 


256.5 


241.8 


294.7 


198.1 




215.0 


2399 


209.4 


2537 


225.6 


255.3 




A 


212.8 


2288 


2486 


243.5 


291.1 


199.5 




218.3 


2379 


211.7 


254.2 


227.3 


273.4 




M 


214.5 


230.2 


247.0 


241.9 


285.2 


2003 




221.8 


2383 


214.8 


254.3 


231.3 


274.5 




J 


216.0 


231 2 


246.4 


236.5 


287.9 


202.0 




222.2 


244.2 


217.7 


254.4 


231.6 


274.6 




J 


218.2 


233.1 


242.3 


2302 


292.2 


203.7 




222.7 


2499 


233 1 


254.4 


235.3 


274.4 




A 


219.8 


230.7 


228.4 


227.8 


2982 


206.3 




225.2 


251.2 


2264 


254.6 


2356 


274.4 




S 


223.2 


235.6 


241.2 


2248 


301.8 


209.3 




228.6 


2520 


229.7 


254 7 


2358 


274.7 




O 


2267 


236.1 


239.8 


226.0 


300.4 


210.5 




2289 


254.1 


2285 


255.5 


235.8 


274.6 




N 


227.4 


2364 


234.1 


227.8 


301.4 


213.4 




232.2 


255.2 


221 9 


256.0 


238.5 


274.7 








Food and beverage industries (concl ) 








Rubber and plastic products industries 










Miscel- 


Soft 
















Plastics 






Cane 




laneous 


drink 


















fabri- 


Year 




& beet 


Vege- 


lood 


manu- 








Tobacco 




Tire and 




Other 


cating 


and 




sugar 


table oil processors 


fac- 


Dis- 






products 




tube 


Rubber 


r.Jbber 


industry 


month 




processors 


mills 


n.e.s. 


turers 


tilleries Breweries Wineries 


industries 


Total 


Industry 


footwear 


products 


n.e.s. 




D 


509401 


509601 


509801 


510501 


510801 


511001 511101 


511301 


511500 


511501 


511901 


512101 


512701 


1977 




173.5 


227.9 


219.1 


195.7 


125.5 


197.5 


171.8 


146.0 


148.1 


140 5 


171.9 


153.0 


150.2 


1978 




177.9 


217.7 


2289 


2090 


136.4 


206.3 


183.1 


153 5 


156.3 


145.3 


182.2 


164.2 


159.7 


1977 


D 


176.2 


196 4 


224.5 


199.4 


131.5 


200 1 


180.2 


152.4 


151.7 


142.2 


174.1 


158.9 


154.4 


1978 


J 


184.3 


189.7 


226.1 


199 4 


131.7 


200.0 


183 


152.5 


152.9 


143.2 


177.3 


161.5 


154.8 




F 


182.3 


189.4 


224.3 


2040 


132.7 


199.9 


183 


152.7 


153 3 


143.1 


179.2 


162 3 


155.4 




M 


171.8 


221.3 


227.9 


2046 


133.3 


199 9 


183 


152.7 


153.8 


143.4 


179.2 


162.9 


156 2 




A 


175.6 


231.5 


227.2 


206.2 


138.0 


207.3 


183 


152 7 


154.4 


143.3 


182.2 


163.5 


156 9 




M 


167.5 


229.8 


229.7 


2062 


135.1 


208.6 


182 7 


152.7 


154.9 


144.3 


182.2 


162.9 


157.8 




J 


167.8 


218.3 


231.9 


209.4 


135.6 


2086 


183 1 


152.7 


155.5 


1438 


182.3 


1634 


159.4 




J 


158.3 


215.9 


232.5 


209.6 


135.9 


2086 


183.1 


152.7 


156.6 


145.1 


183.1 


1637 


1608 




A 


171.2 


214.1 


229.6 


2096 


137.0 


2086 


183.1 


152.7 


157.5 


146.7 


184 


165.0 


160 7 




S 


183.4 


219.8 


228.6 


211 6 


138 6 


208.6 


183 1 


155.1 


158 1 


146.7 


184.2 


165 1 


162.3 




O 


198.6 


229.2 


229.4 


215.2 


1400 


2084 


183 4 


155.1 


1587 


146.9 


184.2 


166 1 


163.1 




N 


185.3 


220.8 


229.7 


215.9 


139 6 


2084 


183 1 


155.1 


159 7 


147.8 


184 2 


166 


164 8 




D 


188 6 


2322 


2297 


215.9 


139.9 


208.5 


183.1 


155.1 


160 5 


149.3 


184.2 


167 6 


164.7 


1979 


J 


182 9 


2349 


230.1 


2226 


145.0 


208.9 


183.1 


155.5 


163.2 


151.3 


191.1 


169.0 


168.2 




F 


191 6 


242.2 


229.1 


222.8 


1454 


2089 


185.8 


161.7 


165.2 


151.3 


191.1 


175 4 


170.0 




M 


196.6 


241.7 


229.6 


223.2 


1439 


216.6 


185 8 


165 7 


166 2 


151.3 


193.6 


175 9 


171.8 




A 


187.5 


236.9 


230.0 


228.3 


1467 


216.1 


193.8 


165.7 


168.8 


152.0 


205.0 


177.2 


176.1 




M 


190.4 


231.8 


230.8 


228.3 


1478 


234.3 


194.1 


1659 


170.0 


152.9 


205.0 


177 9 


177.9 




J 


200.5 


244.1 


232.8 


229.1 


148.6 


234.0 


194.1 


165.9 


172.5 


154.9 


205.4 


180.4 


180 9 




J 


2055 


243.6 


241.5 


2319 


147.9 


2339 


194.1 


165.9 


175.3 


158.0 


210.0 


182 9 


183 4 




A 


206.6 


238.4 


245.9 


231 9 


148.6 


234 2 


1952 


166.1 


177.0 


160.2 


210.0 


185 8 


184.3 




S 


223.4 


242.9 


251.5 


232.4 


147.9 


234.1 


1952 


166.1 


179.3 


161.3 


211.1 


190 7 


1865 







247.7 


234.7 


252.7 


233.5 


148.7 


2342 


195 2 


166 3 


181.1 


163.4 


212.6 


191.1 


1887 




N 


2769 


2390 


253.6 


2382 


149 4 


234.2 


195 2 


166 3 


182.4 


1658 


213.9 


191 2 


1898 



Source: Industry Price Indexes (62-011), Statistics Canada. 



58 



January 1980 

Table 1: Industry selling price indexes, selected industries (1971 = 100), 
based on the 1970 standard industrial classification/continued 



Section 5— Table 1 /Continued 







Leather industries 








































Te*'ilP inrtiiQtrie*; 
















Leather 
glove 


Miscel- 




















laneous 






Cotton 


Wool 




Thraw- 














factories 


leather 






yarn 


yarn 


Fibre 


sters, 


Carpet 




Year 








(excl. 


products 






and 


and 


and 


spun 


mat and 




and 




Leather 


Shoe 


rubber i 


nanufac- 






cloth 


cloth 


filament 


yarn 


rug 


Thread 


month 


Total 


tanneries 


factories 


gloves) 


turers 


Total 




mills 


mills 


yarns 


& cloth 


industry 


mills 


D 


513400 


513401 


513601 


514001 


514301 


514500 


514501 


514801 


515001 


515201 


515701 


516201 


1977 


173.2 


214.4 


165.9 


188.2 


151.1 


150.4 




191.7 


167.1 


133.3 


1262 


119.5 


162.1 


1978 


191.4 


261.4 


177.6 


2185 


160 9 


159.7 




204 7 


182.1 


136 8 


131.1 


124.4 


1829 


1977 D 


177.1 


223.1 


168.7 


197.1 


153.3 


153.2 




195.8 


170.5 


133.3 


127.9 


121.4 


165.7 


1978 J 


180.9 


226.9 


171.6 


2044 


158.1 


154.9 




198 


176.1 


133.8 


128.0 


122.5 


169.6 


F 


181.9 


231.5 


171.9 


204.6 


158.6 


155.6 




1987 


177.3 


134 9 


1286 


122 7 


171.5 


M 


183.3 


2346 


172.3 


215.3 


158.6 


155.8 




198 9 


178.2 


1353 


128.6 


122.7 


171.5 


A 


185.8 


240.1 


174.7 


2158 


159 4 


157 4 




200.5 


179.3 


135 5 


129 9 


123.5 


184 6 


M 


186.8 


243.1 


175.4 


216.6 


159.4 


157.9 




200.5 


179.8 


136.2 


130 9 


123.9 


184.6 


J 


187.6 


2469 


175.6 


2166 


159 4 


158.3 




201.4 


179 9 


136.1 


1309 


1239 


184 6 


J 


190 3 


251.5 


177.9 


219.2 


162 8 


160 2 




207.3 


181.0 


136 2 


131.6 


124.2 


184 6 


A 


193.3 


268.0 


178 4 


218.7 


162 8 


161.1 




208 8 


182 9 


136.7 


131.6 


125.6 


184.6 


S 


197.5 


283.8 


180.7 


223.3 


162 8 


161.7 




2095 


184 


137.2 


131.9 


125.6 


184.4 





2004 


2946 


182.2 


2280 


162.8 


163.0 




2105 


185.2 


138,7 


1328 


125.6 


189.6 


N 


2035 


3048 


184 6 


2293 


162 8 


164.5 




210.6 


189.5 


140.5 


1339 


126.2 


192.6 


D 


205.3 


311.5 


185.7 


230.1 


163.0 


165.6 




212.1 


192.0 


140.7 


134.4 


126.5 


192 8 


1979 J 


216.1 


327.9 


1937 


255 1 


174.7 


169 7 




219.9 


193.3 


142.9 


137.8 


128.3 


199.9 


F 


223.3 


3565 


1964 


262.3 


179.1 


170.7 




2202 


193.4 


1448 


139.2 


128.8 


199 9 


M 


2395 


429.2 


203.2 


272.0 


180.4 


172.1 




221.2 


198.1 


146.2 


140.7 


129.4 


199.8 


A 


2433 


444.1 


205 1 


2784 


180.4 


175 




2232 


2007 


149.1 


144.6 


130.3 


2088 


M 


246.2 


448.9 


2068 


2887 


180.4 


177.1 




227.6 


201.4 


150.1 


145.4 


131.7 


208.8 


J 


2483 


447.1 


2080 


3008 


185.0 


178.5 




227.5 


2054 


152.8 


146.3 


131.7 


208.8 


J 


246.4 


407.0 


214.5 


301.5 


189 


182.2 




2328 


2093 


155.8 


149.7 


133.3 


2088 


A 


243.9 


384.2 


2156 


311.1 


189 


184.2 




2329 


2102 


156.6 


151.3 


137.9 


2088 


S 


240.7 


361.3 


2156 


311.1 


189 4 


185.4 




233 


211.0 


157.2 


152.3 


140.9 


212.0 





241.4 


358.9 


217.1 


314.7 


189.6 


190.7 




239.8 


211.4 


173.2 


154.5 


142.4 


216.8 


N 


240.1 


343.6 


2186 


313.7 


191.5 


191.2 




2398 


211.5 


173.3 


154.8 


143.7 


216.8 












Clothing 


























industries 








Wood 


industries 










Knitting 


mills 
































I 


r ound- 








Sawmills 


Veneer 


Sash, door 


Year 








Other 


Mens' 




afion 








and 


and 


& other 


and 




Hosiery 


Knitted 


knitting 


clothing 


garment 






Shingle 


planing 


plywood 


millwork 


month 


Total 


mills 


fabrics 


mills 


factories 


industry 




Total 


mills 


mills 


mills 


plants 


D 


516600 


516601 


516801 


517101 


517501 


518501 




519100 


519101 


519201 


520701 


521001 


1977 


132.2 


123.0 


115.3 


152.0 


167.4 




149.2 




188.7 


270.5 


190.7 


175.2 


182.0 


1978 


1397 


127.3 


121.3 


162.6 


178.2 




161.5 




225.3 


312.5 


231 9 


220.6 


198.8 


1977 D 


134.0 


124.2 


117.3 


154.0 


173.4 




151.8 




200.0 


308.6 


204.2 


183.6 


187.2 


1978 J 


136.4 


125.6 


118.3 


158.2 


175.1 




155.0 




208.9 


321.6 


215.5 


191.0 


189.2 


F 


136.6 


125.9 


118.3 


158.3 


175.1 




159.1 




213.4 


3224 


220.1 


201.2 


189.4 


M 


136.4 


126.0 


118.8 


157.5 


175.5 




159.1 




216.8 


323.3 


222.8 


210.1 


191.3 


A 


137.4 


126.1 


118 9 


159 8 


175.7 




159.1 




219.1 


3286 


224.0 


216.2 


194 9 


M 


138.3 


126.5 


1189 


161.7 


176.9 




159.2 




219.5 


3090 


224 7 


217.0 


195.6 


J 


138.7 


126 5 


120.0 


161.7 


177.5 




159.2 




218.9 


302.5 


222.2 


2207 


197.1 


J 


140.5 


127.2 


121.3 


164.4 


179.3 




163.8 




222.6 


2992 


226.8 


222.1 


201.1 


A 


1405 


128 2 


121.8 


163.6 


179.2 




163 8 




229.2 


304.0 


236.4 


224.7 


202.0 


S 


142.0 


128.7 


123.5 


165.5 


179.9 




163.8 




232.1 


307 1 


239.6 


229.0 


203.6 





1423 


128.7 


1237 


165 9 


180.2 




163 8 




238.7 


311.6 


248.3 


234.8 


204.9 


N 


143.6 


128.7 


125.9 


167.1 


180 9 




166.0 




242.4 


317.4 


251.9 


239.7 


2070 


D 


144.1 


130.0 


1265 


167.3 


182.6 




166.0 




241.5 


303.8 


250.0 


240.3 


209.9 


1979 J 


147.1 


131.7 


130.1 


170 4 


188.4 




1665 




249.7 


2939 


260.8 


245.3 


214.6 


F 


148.5 


131.7 


132.0 


172.1 


189.8 




170.6 




255.0 


296.4 


267.1 


251.8 


216.6 


M 


149.7 


134.5 


1324 


173.2 


190.9 




170.6 




259.8 


320.8 


271 9 


258.0 


218.2 


A 


151.1 


134.5 


134.1 


175.2 


191.9 




172.1 




259.5 


316.8 


268 1 


263.2 


227.2 


M 


152 8 


134.6 


136.9 


176.6 


193.0 




172.3 




2596 


314.9 


270.2 


253.1 


228.1 


J 


153 2 


134.9 


137.2 


177.1 


193.9 




172.3 




257.8 


301.7 


269.9 


241.1 


229.6 


J 


155.1 


137.6 


138.1 


179.5 


199.0 




172.9 




263.1 


301.1 


279.0 


2366 


231.5 


A 


155.3 


137.6 


138 7 


179.5 


199.0 




172.9 




273.1 


311.0 


294.4 


238.1 


231.5 


S 


156.2 


137.7 


140.5 


180 1 


199 8 




173.3 




277.0 


312.6 


299.6 


240.5 


234.0 





158.3 


140.0 


141.3 


183.2 


2003 




173.3 




2697 


317.5 


287.7 


239.0 


2338 


N 


158 2 


140.1 


140.8 


183.2 


201.8 




173.8 




2589 


317.6 


273.7 


222.4 


234.5 



Source: Industry Price Indexes (62-011), Statistics Canada. 



59 



Section 5-Table 1 /Continued 

Table 1: Industry selling price indexes, selected industries (1971 
based on the 1976 standard industrial classification/continued 



January 1980 



100), 













Furniture and fixture i 


ndustnes 














Wood industries IcnncA ) 


































House- 






Miscel- 
laneous 




Paper and allied industries 








Manufac- 












turers of 




Coffin 




hold 




Office 


furniture 




Pulp 


Asphalt 


Folding 


Year 


Hardwood 


pre-fab- 


Wooden 


and 


furniture 


furniture 


& fixtures 




and 


roofing 


carton 


and 


flooring 


ricated 


box 


casket 


manufac- 


manufac- 


manufac- 




paper 


manufac- 


and set-up 


month 


plants 


building 


factories 


industry 


Total 


turers 




turers 


turers 


Total 


mills 


turers 


boxes 


D 


521401 


521601 


521801 


522001 


523200 


523201 


523601 


523801 


524200 


524201 


525601 


525801 


1977 


185.2 


200.9 


174.2 


158.6 


172.9 


178.5 




161.7 


168.8 


193.5 


204.6 


218.0 


169.2 


1978 


223.9 


215.0 


192.8 


174.4 


183.6 


188.9 




167.9 


181.6 


204.2 


216.4 


225.8 


173.9 


1977 D 


192.3 


202.2 


176.5 


160.3 


175.3 


182.9 




156.4 


171.1 


194.0 


2038 


226.9 


170.7 


1978 J 


194.9 


210.0 


178.2 


165.2 


177.7 


183.6 




161.5 


174.9 


193.8 


203.3 


215.6 


172.2 


F 


196.5 


210.5 


180.3 


166.2 


178.5 


184 9 




162.1 


174.9 


195 


204.9 


215.6 


171.8 


M 


2026 


213.5 


181.1 


166.2 


179.4 


185.0 




165.6 


176.0 


195 6 


2056 


215.6 


171.8 


A 


211.1 


213.3 


183.0 


166.4 


180.9 


185.8 




167.6 


178.6 


202.2 


215.0 


217.1 


172.3 


M 


210.3 


213.2 


185 8 


172.4 


181.3 


185.5 




169.4 


179.3 


200.0 


211.5 


216.9 


172.3 


J 


216.1 


215.7 


188 4 


178.7 


182.1 


186.6 




169 4 


180.1 


201.2 


212.8 


221.1 


173.0 


J 


226.2 


215.7 


194 3 


178.7 


183 5 


189.2 




169.7 


180.1 


201 9 


213.3 


227.0 


173.9 


A 


233.6 


216.0 


198.0 


178.7 


184.3 


189.7 




169.7 


181.8 


2039 


215.9 


227.7 


174.3 


S 


235.7 


216.0 


199 5 


1803 


185.7 


191.6 




169.7 


182.8 


2078 


220 1 


234.0 


174.9 


O 


246.9 


216.0 


202.1 


179.8 


186 5 


191.8 




169.7 


184.6 


215.9 


231.2 


242.7 


175.5 


N 


254.7 


2204 


210.1 


180.7 


189 6 


195 2 




1697 


188.5 


216.2 


231.2 


2427 


176.8 


D 


257.8 


220.4 


212.6 


180.2 


194 1 


197.5 




171.0 


197.1 


217.3 


232.7 


233.1 


177.5 


1979 J 


272.7 


2266 


2128 


190.6 


199.0 


2037 




180.7 


198.5 


223.9 


240.6 


230.6 


178.5 


F 


2726 


2268 


2184 


190 6 


200.7 


205.5 




185.6 


199 1 


2285 


2467 


2306 


178.5 


M 


276.0 


232.0 


220.2 


190.8 


203.0 


2067 




186 5 


203 5 


2293 


247 1 


233.0 


180.1 


A 


280.7 


234 


221.7 


193 


2052 


206.6 




188.3 


209 1 


233.0 


249.9 


252.5 


183.7 


M 


288.7 


234.7 


2268 


193.5 


2064 


208 .1 




188.5 


210 3 


235.6 


253.4 


255.1 


183.9 


J 


290.2 


238.9 


228.9 


1935 


208 1 


209.4 




188.6 


2129 


2376 


255.5 


255.4 


183 9 


J 


294.2 


241.9 


231 


195.1 


2098 


212.4 




188 9 


213.4 


2396 


2578 


258.1 


186.0 


A 


295.4 


242.5 


237.6 


195 1 


211.4 


2145 




191.0 


214.1 


241.7 


260.1 


266.8 


188.7 


S 


2962 


243.3 


2358 


195.1 


212 1 


2154 




192 3 


214.4 


2420 


2599 


274.8 


188.9 





2983 


245.0 


2346 


195.1 


214.8 


2165 




1955 


218.9 


251 


271.1 


282.1 


191.6 


N 


2985 


246 .1 


234.7 


199.0 


216.8 


217.3 




195.6 


2235 


2559 


277.4 


282.1 


197.7 


















Primary metal industries 










Paper and allied 


























industries (concl ) 




















Copper 




























& copper 

alloy 


Metal 






Paper 










Steel 








Aluminum 


rolling, 




Corrugated 


& plastic 


Miscel- 




Iron 




pipe 








rolling, 


rolling, 


casting 


Year 


box 


bag 


laneous 




and 




and 




Iron 


Smelting 


casting 


casting 


and 


and 


manufac- 


manufac- 


paper 




steel 




tube 




found- 


and 


and 


and 


extruding 


month 


turers 


turers 


convenors 


Total 


mills 




mills 




eries 


refining 


extruding 


extruding 


n.e.s. 


D 


526001 


526101 


526501 


527100 


527101 


527801 




528001 


528301 


528701 


528901 


529101 


1977 


161.1 


166.1 


166.5 


190 5 


187.9 




197.8 




189.6 


200.7 


173 6 


144.5 


216.3 


1978 


169.4 


173.1 


176.3 


2077 


2039 




2180 




200.1 


2206 


191.5 


153.0 


2398 


1977 D 


165.9 


167.7 


170.0 


194.7 


193.5 




2080 




196 4 


201.8 


184.0 


138.0 


227.8 


1978 J 


165.5 


169 8 


171.4 


196.9 


193.4 




2085 




196 8 


2066 


184 9 


144.1 


230.2 


F 


1655 


1693 


172.2 


197.8 


193 9 




2102 




197.7 


2080 


186.0 


1443 


232.0 


M 


165.5 


171.0 


172.4 


198 9 


194.3 




2105 




197.7 


2104 


186 3 


1444 


231.6 


A 


165.6 


171.7 


172.8 


203.6 


2005 




212.4 




1979 


216.0 


188.2 


148.5 


230.7 


M 


165.6 


172.2 


173.9 


2023 


2030 




214.4 




198 .1 


2085 


189.2 


1499 


229.7 


J 


165.6 


172.2 


175.9 


204 5 


203.3 




2150 




199.0 


2133 


192.2 


152.0 


232.7 


J 


165.9 


173.1 


176.8 


205.6 


204.6 




2230 




200 8 


2135 


193.1 


149.1 


234.7 


A 


167.0 


173 6 


177.3 


2097 


205.4 




2230 




2004 


2236 


193 9 


152 9 


2372 


S 


176.4 


174 2 


179.0 


212.3 


207.6 




2230 




2007 


2274 


194.0 


156.0 


242.5 





176.6 


176 


180.1 


2196 


213.0 




2236 




201.8 


2400 


192 4 


163 7 


254.6 


N 


176.8 


176.5 


181.7 


220.5 


213.7 




225.5 




2052 


2395 


195.9 


165.4 


260.8 


D 


177.3 


177.3 


182.4 


221 3 


214.1 




2265 




2056 


2402 


201.7 


165 4 


260.7 


1979 J 


1775 


181.1 


190 


228.0 


217.9 




241.6 




209.7 


2486 


211.4 


170.9 


2663 


F 


177.6 


183 9 


191.8 


237.9 


219.3 




241.6 




211.8 


270.4 


2140 


190.2 


281 9 


M 


178.3 


186.5 


193.2 


240.6 


2207 




241 7 




214.4 


2722 


224.0 


194.7 


2953 


A 


187.8 


188.9 


197 2 


2497 


231.0 




2438 




219 6 


280 5 


2302 


211.6 


308 7 


M 


187 9 


190 


198 


2531 


231 9 




2438 




222.7 


2908 


230.5 


2004 


312.1 


J 


187.9 


191.3 


201 9 


257.0 


231.9 




2438 




227 1 


301.1 


2349 


194 6 


3189 


J 


187.9 


193.5 


2028 


257.4 


2337 




2443 




227 .1 


2994 


235.1 


193.7 


325.4 


A 


187.9 


196.3 


203.7 


2599 


2364 




245 8 




2286 


301 9 


2383 


201 2 


321 9 


S 


188.0 


199 9 


205 1 


267 1 


238.3 




2523 




2286 


317.8 


246.0 


2049 


321 





197.2 


200.5 


207.5 


281.8 


2458 




2592 




2284 


350.6 


247.5 


2147 


324 5 


N 


197.6 


2004 


2086 


281.5 


246.9 




2594 




2290 


3462 


247.6 


216.7 


323.4 



Source: Industry Price Indexes (62-011), Statistics Canada. 



60 



January 1980 

Table 1: Industry selling price indexes, selected industries (1971 = 100) 
based on the 1970 standard industrial classification/continued 



Section 5-Table 1 /Continued 

























Transportation 


















Machinery 


industries 




equipment 








Metal fabrication 


industries 
























Miscel- 


Commercial 




Motor 












Hardware, 








laneous 


refrig- 




vehicle 










Wire 


tool 


Heating 






machinery 


eration 




parts 








Metal 


and wire 


and 


equip- 




Agri- 


& equip- 


and air 


Motor 


& acces- 


Year 




Boiler 


stamping 


products 


cutlery 


ment 




cultural 


ment 


condition- 


vehicle 


sories 


and 




and plate 


and 


manufac- 


manufac- 


manufac- 




implement 


manufac- 


ing equip- 


manufac- 


manufac- 


month 


Total 


works 


pressing 


turers 


turers 


turers 


Total 


industry 


turers 


ment 


turers 


turers 


D 


529400 


529401 


530301 


530901 


531301 


531901 


532900 


532901 


533301 


535301 


535801 


536401 


1977 


172.1 


190.9 


171 4 


175.4 


162.6 


156.5 


158.9 


177.6 


165.5 


138.9 


132.2 


157.6 


1978 


188.2 


235.9 


188.5 


185 8 


179.1 


169 8 


168.8 


188.7 


177.1 


148.0 


143.8 


174.9 


1977 D 


177.1 


206.1 


177.4 


176.0 


168 8 


161.9 


162.9 


183.5 


170.0 


143.9 


136.8 


163.6 


1978 J 


179.0 


206.4 


180.0 


176.7 


172.7 


162.2 


164.3 


184.2 


171.7 


144.4 


139.5 


167.1 


F 


179.7 


206.8 


180.4 


177.0 


1759 


162.2 


164.9 


185.4 


172.3 


145.7 


140.3 


169.2 


M 


180.7 


207.1 


181.1 


179.6 


176.4 


164.6 


165.2 


186.2 


172.7 


146.4 


140.6 


170 9 


A 


184.3 


2085 


187.8 


184.0 


178.3 


168.4 


166 9 


187.1 


174 6 


146.7 


140.7 


172.7 


M 


185.5 


208.5 


188.4 


184.3 


177.4 


169.8 


166.9 


186.3 


175.0 


146.6 


141.6 


172.1 


J 


186.2 


208.8 


188.9 


185.8 


177.6 


169.8 


167.8 


186.8 


176.2 


1466 


142.6 


172.7 


J 


190.6 


261.6 


189.0 


186.7 


178.2 


170.5 


168 4 


187.9 


176.8 


146.8 


142.6 


174.0 


A 


191.3 


262.9 


189.3 


187.5 


179.1 


170.5 


169.8 


188.6 


178.5 


147.4 


142.7 


176.5 


S 


192.3 


262.9 


191.0 


187 9 


181.5 


171.1 


171.1 


190.6 


179.8 


149.4 


143.7 


178.4 





195.1 


263.5 


195.4 


190.6 


183.8 


174.0 


172.4 


191.8 


181.4 


150.8 


150.2 


181.2 


N 


196.6 


2669 


195.1 


193.7 


184.0 


176.7 


173.9 


194.9 


1828 


151.9 


150.4 


181.8 


D 


197.3 


267.0 


195.7 


195.7 


184.4 


177.4 


174.4 


195.1 


183 4 


153.1 


150.4 


182.0 


1979 J 


201 5 


269.7 


199.7 


198 9 


196 9 


179 8 


179.2 


202.6 


188 9 


154.1 


154.9 


182.3 


F 


204.1 


2702 


2034 


200.1 


197.5 


180.4 


180.1 


203.2 


190.1 


154.3 


155.2 


183.8 


M 


205.1 


271.2 


203.9 


200.1 


196.9 


183.0 


181.7 


203.4 


192.1 


155.3 


156 6 


183.5 


A 


207.8 


271.7 


208.1 


200.2 


200.5 


186.1 


183 


203.1 


193.8 


155.3 


159.5 


183.6 


M 


208.6 


271.7 


209.0 


200.9 


200.9 


187.1 


184 6 


2038 


196 


155.4 


159.9 


185.3 


J 


210.8 


272.7 


209.5 


206.1 


2042 


187.3 


1855 


2045 


197.1 


155 9 


160 


186.8 


J 


211.6 


273.1 


209.5 


207.3 


2084 


188.2 


187.1 


204.4 


199 2 


157.3 


162.0 


187.3 


A 


213.0 


273.4 


209.8 


209.5 


211.1 


188.2 


188.8 


2065 


201 4 


157.6 


162.3 


191.6 


S 


214.4 


273.8 


211.9 


209.7 


213.3 


189.9 


189 8 


207.1 


202.6 


159.0 


162.5 


192.2 


O 


216.8 


273.8 


214.3 


213.2 


217.7 


191.6 


191.0 


2084 


2039 


162.2 


166.7 


193.4 


N 


2182 


273.8 


214.9 


214.7 


218.8 


195.6 


192 7 


218.8 


204.5 


162.4 


166.8 


195.6 










Electrical 


products industries 


































Non-metallic minera 
products industries 


I 








Manufac- 






















turers 












Manufac- 












Manufac- 


of major 




Manufac- 


Manufac- 






turers of 




Clay 


Clay 






turers 


appli- 




turers of 


turers of 


Manufac- 




miscel- 




products 


products 






ot small 


ances 


Manufac- 


household 


electrical 


turers of 




laneous 




manufac- 


manufac- 


Year 




electrical 


(electrical 


turers of 


radio and 


industrial 


electric 


Battery 


electrical 




turers 


turers 


and 




appli- 


and non- 


lighting 


television 


equip- 


wire and 


manufac- 


products 




(domestic 


(imported 


month 


Total 


ances 


electrical) 


fixtures 


receivers 


ment 


cable 


turers 


n.e.s. 


Total 


clays) 


clays) 


D 


537300 


537301 


537701 


538101 


538301 


538701 


539901 


540601 


540901 


541400 


541401 


541601 


1977 


147.3 


134.9 


147.8 


167.8 


114.2 


153 3 


148.9 


179.6 


152.2 


177.6 


182 8 


164.7 


1978 


157.0 


139.7 


157.4 


178.7 


115.7 


164.1 


156.4 


196.8 


164.6 


192.3 


196.4 


173.6 


1977 D 


151.4 


135.7 


152.2 


169.2 


115.7 


162.2 


146.8 


184.0 


154.2 


180.7 


186.5 


166.5 


1978 J 


153.2 


137.6 


154.4 


169.1 


115.8 


159.5 


146.6 


191.0 


159.0 


188.6 


189.7 


165.4 


F 


153.7 


138.2 


155.1 


169.2 


115.8 


157.9 


150.8 


190.9 


160.5 


189.8 


190.3 


169.3 


M 


154.9 


138.3 


1556 


171.4 


115.0 


163.0 


152.3 


191.1 


159.8 


191.3 


190.4 


169 3 


A 


155.9 


139.1 


156.3 


174.1 


115.1 


162.4 


153.6 


195.0 


162.0 


191.7 


190.7 


173.0 


M 


156.1 


139.5 


157.1 


174.2 


114.5 


163.0 


154.1 


195.7 


161.9 


191.1 


198.7 


175.0 


J 


156.6 


139.7 


157.2 


177.3 


114.7 


163.4 


154.8 


195.7 


163.7 


192.5 


198.8 


175.0 


J 


157.0 


140.1 


157.6 


177.8 


114.7 


164.2 


156.1 


196.8 


164.0 


193.5 


198 8 


175.0 


A 


157.1 


140.7 


157.8 


177.6 


114.6 


163.5 


156.4 


197.0 


166.5 


193 5 


199.0 


175.1 


S 


158.1 


141.5 


158.7 


177.4 


114.8 


165.3 


159.6 


197.2 


167.3 


193.6 


199.3 


175.5 





159.5 


141.2 


159.5 


180.4 


117.4 


167.9 


162.0 


197.4 


168.5 


193.7 


199.6 


175.8 


N 


160 8 


140.5 


159.8 


198.0 


117.7 


168.1 


164.7 


207.5 


170.6 


194.0 


200.0 


177.7 


D 


161.3 


140.3 


159.6 


197.9 


118.4 


170.3 


165.1 


2064 


171.1 


194 2 


201.6 


177.7 


1979 J 


163.7 


141.1 


162.4 


206.4 


119.0 


172.8 


167.8 


208.8 


177 5 


206.2 


209.9 


182.4 


F 


165.5 


141.1 


162.8 


2065 


119.1 


174.5 


175.9 


212.7 


181.9 


207.2 


214.3 


186 2 


M 


167.6 


142.1 


164.4 


207.4 


118.9 


175.5 


187.0 


2220 


182.7 


207.4 


214.0 


186.2 


A 


169.8 


143.7 


164.4 


214.2 


119.7 


176.2 


194.3 


227.3 


185.0 


209.1 


214.0 


187.2 


M 


170.8 


144.8 


164.4 


210.3 


119.8 


180.5 


194.3 


228.4 


184.8 


209.2 


214.4 


186.1 


J 


171.7 


144.7 


165.4 


215.9 


119.3 


181.9 


194.3 


230.2 


186.5 


209.2 


214.6 


186.8 


J 


173.6 


144.7 


1668 


220.4 


119.9 


181.5 


197.1 


2432 


196.8 


209.6 


214.4 


190.8 


A 


174 6 


144.9 


168.2 


220.6 


120 


184.1 


199.8 


245.0 


195.4 


210.1 


214.2 


190.8 


S 


175.6 


145.3 


168.8 


2220 


119.9 


186.3 


204.0 


245.9 


195.0 


211.5 


215.3 


191.3 





178.0 


145.6 


169.4 


223.2 


120.0 


189.1 


215.9 


246.2 


198.1 


212.6 


215.5 


197.2 


N 


178.4 


145.6 


169.8 


227.6 


120.1 


190.1 


215.0 


246.2 


198.7 


213.2 


215.6 


197.2 



Source: Industry Price Indexes (62-011), Statistics Canada. 



61 



Section 5-Table 1 /Concluded 

Table 1: Industry selling price indexes, selected industries (1971 = 100) 
based on the 1970 standard industrial classification/concluded 



January 1980 













Non-metallic mineral products 


ndustnes (concl.) 








Petroleum and 














Ready- 


Glass 










coal 










Concrete 


Concrete 


mix 


& glass 








Refrac- 


products industries 


Year 






Cement 


pipe 
manufac- 


products 
manufac- 


concrete 


products 
lanufac- 


Abrasives 




Lime 


tories 








and 






manufac- 


manufac- n 


manufac- 


manufac- 


manufac- 






Petroleum 


month 






turers 


turers 


turers 


turers 


turers 


turers 




turers 


turers 




Total 


refineries 




D 




541801 


542001 


542401 


542901 


630980 


543501 




543701 


543901 


544000 


544001 


1977 






186.7 


189.8 


173.6 


187.3 


150.4 


194.7 




228.7 


199.3 




244.5 


246.7 


1978 






207.5 


197.9 


1877 


200.9 


162.1 


223.6 




252.9 


222.5 




275.4 


278.7 


1977 


D 




189.5 


192.1 


176.1 


189.6 


151.6 


202.1 




238.3 


2176 




258.5 


261.3 


1978 


J 




205.7 


192.5 


184.9 


197.6 


159.4 


203.1 




247.4 


220.4 




256.0 


2587 




F 




2036 


193.2 


185.2 


199.1 


159.6 


220.3 




247.4 


220.4 




256.1 


258.7 




M 




203.6 


193 2 


186.7 


203.9 


160.8 


220.6 




2490 


2204 




268.5 


271.6 




A 




2044 


193 2 


187.4 


203.0 


162.2 


221.7 




2490 


221.1 




272.7 


275.9 




M 




204.4 


193.2 


187.8 


198 6 


162.0 


221.7 




2490 


221.1 




271.6 


274.8 




J 




210.1 


197.4 


188.6 


199.4 


162.0 


225.5 




254.2 


221.7 




270.1 


273.2 




J 




212.9 


201.9 


188.3 


201.0 


162.2 


2262 




256.0 


221 7 




2695 


272.5 




A 




209.1 


201.9 


188 4 


201.7 


163.4 


2268 




2560 


221.7 




273.2 


276.4 




S 




209 1 


201.9 


188.4 


201.3 


163.6 


227.7 




2568 


221.7 




290.9 


2947 









209.1 


201.9 


188.8 


201.2 


163 6 


2300 




256.8 


221.7 




291.9 


295.7 




N 




209.1 


201.9 


1888 


201.8 


164 


2297 




2568 


221.7 




292.4 


2962 




D 




209.1 


201.9 


188 8 


202.3 


162.0 


229.9 




2568 


2364 




291.9 


2958 


1979 


J 




226.0 


209.9 


197.4 


219.7 


172 4 


257.7 




280.4 


2408 




294 8 


2987 




F 




226.0 


215.5 


199 6 


220.0 


172.5 


259.3 




2804 


240 8 




298 1 


302.0 




M 




226.0 


215.5 


199.8 


219.3 


172.2 


254.6 




2804 


241.9 




299.0 


3030 




A 




235.6 


213.2 


199.9 


220.5 


172.0 


2509 




291 8 


2483 




3009 


304.9 




M 




235.6 


213.2 


199 9 


2209 


172.1 


2506 




291 8 


2483 




304.5 


308 6 




J 




2356 


213.2 


199.9 


2207 


172.5 


2497 




293.2 


2483 




308.4 


312.6 




J 




2356 


211.4 


199.6 


219.9 


172.7 


252.2 




294.7 


2483 




316.2 


3206 




A 




235.6 


211.4 


200.4 


220.3 


174 8 


254 6 




2947 


2452 




327.0 


331.7 




S 




235.8 


21 1.4 


200.4 


220 1 


174 8 


2550 




2965 


264 9 










O 




235.8 


214.3 


201 3 


222.0 


174.9 


256.1 




2965 


2690 










N 




235.8 


214.3 


201.3 


222 1 


175.1 


264 8 




3063 


2690 
















Chemical 


and chemical products industries 








Miscellaneous 


manufacturing industries 








Manufac- 


Manufac- 




Manufac- 


Manufac- 








Floor 












Manufac- 


turers of 


turers 




turers of 


turers of 






Jewel- 


tile. 












turers of 


pharma- Paint 


of soaps 


Manufac- Manufac- 


indust- 


indust- 




Clock 


lery 


linoleum 












plastics 


ceuticals and 


and 


turers of turers of 


rial 


rial Manufac- 


and 


and 


& coated 


Pen 




Year 






and 


and varnish 


cleaning 


toilet pigments 


chem- 


chem- turers of 


watch 


silver- 


fabric 


& pencil 


Type- 


and 






synthetic 


medi- manufac- 


com- 


prepar- and dry 


icals 


I cats 


pnnting 


manufac- 


ware 


manufac- 


manufac- 


writer 


month 




Total 


resins 


cmes turers 


pounds 


ations colours (inorganic) 


(organic) 


inks 


turers 


industry 


turers 


turers 


supplies 




D 


545200 


545501 


545701 546101 


546401 


546701 547201 


547301 


547901 


548301 


618401 


618601 


618901 


619101 


619201 


1977 




175.8 


193.3 


131.4 172.8 


141.1 


144.5 175.3 


188.4 


228.1 


148.8 


157.0 


277 7 


138.9 


148.5 


153.5 


1978 




189.3 


2063 


1404 1830 


151.2 


153 6 189 7 


204.1 


2498 


158 5 


178 9 


3376 


145.6 


154.3 


170 7 


1977 


D 


180.2 


196.5 


133.8 177.9 


142.7 


1445 1796 


191 6 


2406 


155.2 


157.3 


2939 


1395 


149.0 


153.0 


1978 


J 


183.7 


2028 


135.9 180 4 


1448 


1526 181.4 


196.0 


242.4 


1578 


173.8 


3063 


140.7 


1515 


155.2 




F 


184.3 


204.3 


136.5 181.2 


145.1 


1491 1829 


196 7 


243 1 


158 5 


173.1 


314.1 


143.4 


151 5 


155 2 




M 


184 7 


2020 


137.0 181.1 


1448 


149.0 185 


198 8 


2435 


158 5 


173 


3207 


143.6 


154 


1573 




A 


187.0 


2054 


138.7 1812 


1459 


153.1 186.0 


2030 


246.5 


158 5 


176 7 


326.2 


144.3 


154 5 


173.2 




M 


187.9 


205.7 


138.9 181.7 


1456 


153.9 185 3 


2046 


2479 


1585 


176 7 


321.4 


144.5 


154 5 


173 2 




J 


187.9 


206.6 


1390 181.7 


1456 


152.8 1855 


2025 


2485 


1585 


1767 


3283 


1453 


154.5 


173.2 




J 


1900 


2065 


142.4 182.1 


1542 


155 6 185 6 


2038 


2504 


158.5 


182 2 


331 7 


146.7 


154 5 


173 4 




A 


190 8 


207.6 


142.5 184 


156.0 


151.1 189.2 


2045 


251.5 


158.5 


182 8 


3485 


146.7 


154.5 


173 4 




S 


191.9 


208.2 


142.4 184 6 


155.6 


1515 192.2 


2084 


2527 


1587 


182 8 


3573 


146.9 


154 5 


178 4 







193 8 


208.3 


143.0 185.4 


1577 


159.1 199.4 


210.2 


2562 


1587 


183 1 


3653 


147.4 


154.5 


178.4 




N 


194 3 


2092 


143.5 1859 


158.4 


155.4 200.8 


209.9 


257.2 


1587 


183.1 


3593 


1487 


154.5 


178 6 




D 


195.4 


2097 


1445 187.0 


160.5 


160.3 203 


211 


2577 


158.7 


183.1 


3724 


1489 


159 1 


178 6 


1979 


J 


200 1 


212.6 


149.4 192 4 


162.1 


164 9 203 8 


215.6 


2635 


159.1 


194 6 


3997 


151.8 


168.3 


189.5 




F 


202 


2156 


150.1 192 5 


161.3 


166 3 206.6 


221 


2652 


160.4 


198 9 


427 1 


154 1 


168 3 


191 3 




M 


204.6 


2203 


150.2 195 4 


162 9 


1679 211.9 


224.4 


2679 


160 4 


198 9 


421.7 


154 4 


176 2 


194 6 




A 


2086 


229.6 


150.8 196 1 


1672 


1638 2141 


2268 


2752 


165 4 


198 9 


4178 


156.5 


179.1 


194 6 




M 


211 7 


2336 


1514 1988 


165 8 


169.5 2168 


230.7 


2843 


165 2 


1993 


433.5 


156.9 


1810 


1972 




J 


213.5 


2369 


151.5 204.6 


166 4 


170.8 217.6 


231.1 


287.7 


1675 


199 7 


4502 


1609 


1837 


1980 




J 


217.1 


243.7 


154.5 205 2 


172 8 


167.8 2174 


2325 


2972 


171 5 


1997 


4609 


162 2 


183 7 


1980 




A 


2200 


2525 


155.5 205.7 


171.6 


172 3 226 5 


2400 


2980 


171.5 


199 7 


4699 


162 6 


183.7 


1980 




S 


221.8 


2538 


155.4 208 5 


173.9 


172.7 2259 


241 6 


300.6 


171.5 


199 7 


531.5 


164.9 


1837 


211 




O 


2242 


256.7 


155.7 209 3 


175.7 


173.0 230.5 


2459 


306.1 


171.5 


199 7 


5929 


166 2 


1852 


211 




N 


2258 


2593 


156.3 2098 


175.7 


173.8 231.5 


2472 


3098 


171 5 


2002 


575.7 


166 2 


185.2 


211.0 



Source: Industry Price Indexes (62-011), Statistics Canada. 



62 



January 1980 

Table 2: Consumer price indexes 



Section 5-Table 2 

















Canada (1971 = 


100) 






















All items and main components 








Reclassified 


by goods and services 












Housing 








































Health 
and 


Recre- 
ation. 






Goods 












House- 


Services 


Year 










hold 
oper- 




Trans- 
por- 


per- 
sonal 


reading 
and 


Tobacco 
and 












and 






Semi- 


Non- 




month 


All items 


Food 


Total 


Shelter 


ation 


Clothing 


tation 


care 


education 


alcohol 


Total 


Durable 


durable 


durable 


Total 


Weights 


100 


21.49 


34.06 


19 10 


8 59 


10.12 


15.84 


3 96 


8.29 


6.24 


60 33 


15 65 


11.23 


3345 


39 67 


D 


484000 


484001 


484126 


484127 


484138 


484214 


484319 


484344 


484372 


484404 


488801 


488802 


488803 


488804 


488805 


1977 


160.8 


180.1 


161.9 


159.3 


177.4 


141.0 


153.3 


155.0 


142.7 


1438 


160.0 


131.7 


138.3 


173.0 


163 2 


1978 


175.2 


2080 


174.1 


170.8 


194.3 


146 4 


162 2 


166 2 


148.2 


155.5 


176.2 


139.4 


143.7 


194.4 


174.3 


1977 D 


167.2 


191.5 


167.8 


165.6 


183.6 


145.5 


156.7 


160.0 


145.4 


1486 


167.1 


135.5 


142.4 


181.7 


1684 


1978 J 


167.8 


193 


168.6 


166.1 


1858 


144.1 


157.4 


160.3 


145.6 


148.5 


167.5 


136.2 


141.1 


182.7 


1694 


F 


168 9 


194.3 


169.6 


167.0 


187.4 


1453 


158.9 


161.4 


145.7 


149.1 


168.5 


137.6 


142.1 


183.6 


170.6 


M 


170.8 


197.0 


171.4 


167.9 


191.1 


147.2 


160.5 


163.3 


146.1 


150.4 


171.1 


138.4 


144.1 


1867 


171.4 


A 


171.2 


2004 


171.3 


168.1 


192.0 


1432 


159.8 


163 3 


1458 


154.0 


171.4 


135.8 


140.3 


188.9 


172.0 


M 


173.6 


207.1 


172.1 


168.9 


192.5 


1435 


160 3 


164.7 


146.3 


157.0 


174.7 


136.8 


141.0 


193 7 


172.7 


J 


175.1 


211.2 


172.9 


170 


1923 


1445 


160 7 


165.0 


146.9 


157.4 


176.7 


138.1 


141.9 


196.1 


173.4 


J 


177.7 


2197 


173.8 


170.7 


194.4 


1444 


161.3 


166.2 


148.5 


157.5 


180.2 


138.4 


142.1 


201.5 


174 5 


A 


177.8 


216.7 


175.0 


171.9 


195 4 


145.2 


162.9 


167.8 


148.7 


157.7 


179.6 


139.0 


1427 


200.2 


175.6 


S 


177.5 


211.6 


176.5 


172 8 


198.7 


1469 


164 


168.2 


149.4 


157.9 


178.7 


139.5 


144.4 


198 1 


176.4 





179.3 


214.1 


178.6 


175.0 


2000 


150.1 


164 5 


169 4 


151.3 


158.0 


181.0 


141.7 


147.5 


2000 


177.6 


N 


180.8 


214.8 


179.3 


175.6 


2008 


151.0 


168 4 


172.0 


151.9 


159.1 


182.5 


145.6 


148.4 


200.2 


178 9 


D 


181.3 


216.0 


180.0 


176.1 


201.3 


151.9 


168 


172.3 


152.1 


159.1 


183.0 


145.5 


148.9 


201.0 


179.4 


1979 J 


182.7 


2202 


181.2 


176.6 


205.3 


150 8 


169.3 


172.9 


152.4 


159.1 


185.0 


146.3 


147.9 


204.5 


180 


F 


184.4 


2256 


181.7 


177.2 


2057 


152 4 


170.7 


174.6 


153.1 


160.1 


187.3 


147.2 


149.3 


207.9 


180.9 


M 


186.6 


231.3 


182.7 


177.7 


206.9 


155.5 


171.4 


177.7 


153.6 


161,6 


190.3 


148.5 


151.8 


211.7 


182.1 


A 


187.9 


2335 


183.7 


178.3 


208 1 


156 4 


173.1 


178.3 


154.0 


162 4 


191.8 


150.1 


152.9 


213.3 


1828 


M 


189.7 


234.8 


184.2 


178.8 


2086 


157.4 


176.3 


179.5 


156 9 


168.1 


193.5 


151.6 


154.0 


215.0 


185.0 


J 


190 6 


2359 


185 3 


179.8 


209 7 


158.5 


176.2 


180.1 


158.4 


168 3 


194.2 


152.4 


155.0 


215.5 


186.1 


J 


192.1 


240.0 


186.1 


180 3 


211.5 


158 3 


178.3 


181.8 


159.5 


168.5 


196.0 


153.1 


155.3 


218.5 


187.2 


A 


192.8 


238.4 


187.0 


181.3 


212.3 


160 5 


179.3 


183.9 


160.5 


169 7 


196.4 


153.9 


157.2 


217.9 


188 4 


S 


194.5 


238.8 


188 7 


182.1 


215.8 


164 9 


181.6 


184.5 


161.1 


170.2 


198.7 


154.9 


160.4 


220.4 


189.2 





195.9 


2404 


190.1 


183.9 


217.3 


166.5 


183.1 


185.2 


163.0 


170 3 


199.9 


155.5 


161.9 


221.7 


190 9 


N 


197.8 


241.0 


191.4 


1846 


2187 


168.5 


188.1 


188.1 


164.1 


170.8 


2020 


159.5 


164 2 


222.5 


192.5 














All 


Items indexes for regional cities? 


























(1971 = 100) 




















Charlotte- 




























Year 




town 




























and 


St Johns 


Summer- 




Saint 


Quebec 








Thunder 












Vancou- 


month 


Nfld 


side 


Halifax 


John 


City 


Montreal 


Ottawa 


Toronto 


Bay 


Winnipeg 


Regina 


Saskatoon 


Edmonton 


Calgary 


ver 


D 


485000 


485250 


485500 


485750 


486000 


486250 


486500 


486750 


487000 


487250 


487500 


487750 


488000 


488250 


488500 


1977 


169.1 


129.7 


159.8 


162.4 


159.3 


159.7 


160.0 


160.1 


162.1 


162.7 


161.2 


159.1 


162 2 


160.5 


164.7 


1978 


1828 


140.1 


172.1 


175 4 


172.2 


173.1 


173.4 


173.7 


175.2 


176.5 


175.8 


171.6 


176.7 


173.8 


177.4 


1977 D 


1748 


134.2 


165.4 


168.3 


164.8 


166.2 


165.9 


166.4 


168.7 


168.9 


168.6 


165.6 


169.2 


166.2 


170.2 


1978 J 


175.3 


134.3 


165.6 


168 5 


165.3 


166.3 


167.0 


167.4 


169.4 


169.4 


169.3 


166.2 


170.1 


166.6 


171.0 


F 


176.3 


1350 


1665 


169 7 


166 6 


167.6 


168 


167.7 


169.8 


171.2 


170.4 


166.7 


170.9 


167.9 


171.7 


M 


178.1 


136 6 


168 1 


171.2 


168.7 


169 6 


169 8 


169.3 


171.3 


173.2 


172.1 


168.1 


172.5 


170.3 


173.5 


A 


179.1 


137.3 


169.0 


1723 


168.4 


169.3 


170.1 


169.8 


171.9 


172.3 


173.2 


169.0 


173.7 


170.9 


174.3 


M 


180.4 


138.6 


169.7 


173.2 


170.5 


171.5 


171.9 


171.7 


173.9 


174.5 


175.3 


170.3 


175.4 


172.7 


176.2 


J 


181.2 


139 9 


171.4 


174.5 


171.7 


173.1 


173.4 


173.4 


174.7 


175.8 


176.5 


171.7 


176.9 


174.1 


177.7 


J 


184.8 


141.6 


173.4 


177.1 


174.4 


175.8 


175.6 


176.5 


176.1 


177.7 


178.2 


173.6 


178.1 


175.7 


178.8 


A 


185.3 


142.2 


174.3 


177.7 


175.0 


176.1 


175.1 


176.2 


177.1 


178.6 


178.0 


173.7 


178.3 


175.4 


179.2 


S 


184.8 


142.1 


174.4 


178.1 


174.6 


175.2 


175.0 


175.5 


177.3 


178.6 


177.7 


174.0 


178.5 


176.3 


180.2 





187.9 


143 8 


176.7 


179 9 


175.6 


176.1 


177.2 


177.9 


179.6 


181.8 


178.5 


174.7 


180.8 


177.6 


181.2 


N 


190.1 


144.5 


177.9 


181.2 


177.4 


177.6 


178.5 


179.4 


180.8 


1825 


179.9 


175.5 


182.4 


178.9 


182.2 


D 


190.6 


145.0 


178.3 


181 7 


177.9 


178 5 


179.4 


179.4 


180.8 


182.9 


180.4 


176.2 


182.9 


178.9 


183.0 


1979 J 


191.1 


145.9 


178.8 


183.0 


179.4 


179.8 


180.7 


181.2 


181.5 


183.7 


182.7 


178.3 


183.7 


180.3 


184.1 


F 


192.9 


146.8 


180.7 


1843 


181.8 


181.9 


182.1 


182.8 


183.8 


185.8 


184 2 


179.8 


186.6 


182.6 


185.6 


M 


194.9 


148.7 


182.5 


186 8 


183 5 


184.2 


184.4 


185.2 


185.6 


187.3 


185.7 


181.6 


188 5 


184.3 


187.5 


A 


196 8 


1495 


183 9 


1882 


184 9 


185.9 


185 6 


186.0 


187.2 


189.1 


186 7 


182.7 


189.8 


185.7 


188.0 


M 


199.2 


150 6 


186.1 


190.5 


186.2 


187.3 


187.6 


188.3 


188.8 


191.6 


188.5 


184.8 


191.0 


187.2 


189.9 


J 


2000 


151.4 


187.3 


191.5 


186 4 


187.1 


188.4 


189.6 


190.6 


192 6 


190.0 


186.4 


192.5 


188.2 


191.2 


J 


202.4 


152.8 


189.0 


193.0 


187.9 


189.4 


190.2 


190.8 


192.0 


194.0 


191.5 


188.6 


194.1 


189.8 


192.3 


A 


203.3 


153.5 


189.5 


193.9 


189.8 


190.6 


190.3 


191.4 


193.0 


193.7 


192.5 


188.7 


193.9 


190.8 


1928 


S 


204.7 


155.0 


190.8 


195.5 


191.4 


192.8 


191 8 


192.7 


194.2 


196.0 


193.8 


190.2 


195.8 


192.7 


1945 





205.3 


156 3 


191.7 


196.9 


193.4 


194 3 


193 


194.5 


195.9 


197.7 


194.8 


191.5 


196.9 


1936 


194.7 


N 


2088 


157.0 


194.0 


198.1 


195.2 


195.9 


195.1 


196.8 


197.4 


199 4 


196 9 


193.9 


198.3 


194.9 


195.8 



'These weights, provided as a general guide, show Ihe relative importance of the mapr components of the C.PI They are based on expenditure values derived from quantities 
and prices of year 1974 2with the introduction of 1974 weighting pattern In October 1978, city indexes were revised from January 1971 onwards. The revision was largely 
the result of making the procedures used in the compilation of city indexes conform to those of the Canada indexes. 
Source: Consumer Prices and Price Indexes (62-010), Statistics Canada. 



63 



Section 5-Table 3 

Table 3: Construction price indexes 



January 1980 





















Non-residential building 


Construction Union 






Residential bu 


Iding construction input (1971 = 100) 






construction 




Wage 




















input 


3 (1971 = 100) 




(1971 = 


100) 






Canada 
















Year 




Canada 






Including 


and 








Marl times 


Quebec 


Ontario 


Prairies 


BC 








On basic 


pay sup- 
plements 


month 


Total 


Materials 


Labour 


total 


total 


total 


total 


total 


Total 


Materials 


Labour 


rates 


D 


610001 


610002 


610003 


610125 


610249 


610373 


610497 


610621 


476601 


476602 


476603 


475800 


476600 


1977 


175.5 


165.2 


193.9 


185.4 


178.1 


169 9 


184.6 


175 


179.7 


165.6 


195.4 


192.3 


199.6 


1978 


192.0 


184.1 


2062 


199.8 


197.5 


185.1 


201.2 


192.3 


193.2 


179.4 


208.4 


204.7 


213.2 


1977 D 


180.1 


169.2 


1996 


190 


182.0 


174.4 


190.1 


180 2 


183.9 


168.5 


201.0 


197.6 


205.5 


1978 J 


182.3 


172.6 


199.6 


192.3 


184.8 


175.9 


192.2 


183 4 


185.2 


170.8 


201.1 


197.6 


2057 


F 


184 5 


176.0 


199.6 


193.7 


186 9 


178.0 


195.8 


185.0 


1859 


172.1 


201.1 


197.6 


205.7 


M 


185.8 


178.0 


199 6 


194.2 


188 8 


179.3 


196.6 


186 4 


187.1 


174.4 


201.1 


197.6 


205.7 


A 


187.6 


180.8 


199 6 


196.4 


191.5 


181.2 


197.2 


187.4 


188.1 


176.3 


201.1 


197.6 


205.7 


M 


190.8 


181.8 


206.7 


197 7 


197.6 


182.7 


2009 


192 3 


192.0 


176.6 


209.0 


205.4 


213.9 


J 


191.4 


182.5 


2074 


198.1 


197.7 


183.9 


201.3 


192 4 


193.1 


177.6 


210.3 


206.6 


215.2 


J 


193.0 


184.8 


207.8 


200.0 


2005 


185.6 


201.4 


193 5 


194 9 


180.4 


210.9 


207.2 


215.9 


A 


194.6 


187.2 


207.8 


201.3 


2020 


187.0 


2037 


194 9 


195.3 


181.2 


211.0 


207.2 


215.9 


S 


195.8 


187.8 


210.0 


203.3 


2030 


188.5 


2043 


1957 


197.2 


183.4 


212.5 


208.5 


217.4 





1977 


190.2 


211.1 


204.6 


205.0 


190.5 


2060 


197.7 


199.2 


186 3 


213.4 


209.5 


218.5 


N 


200.4 


193.8 


212.2 


207.1 


2064 


194.5 


207.3 


199 5 


199 9 


186 9 


214.2 


2104 


2195 


D 


200.1 


193.1 


212.6 


209 1 


205.7 


193 9 


2072 


199 8 


199 9 


186.8 


214.5 


210.6 


219.7 


1979 J 


203.8 


198 9 


212.6 


212.1 


208 6 


197.5 


211.5 


204 7 


204.8 


196.0 


214.5 


210.7 


219.8 


F 


2056 


201.7 


212.6 


213.9 


210.6 


198 9 


214.0 


2066 


2058 


197.9 


214.5 


210.7 


219.8 


M 


207.1 


204.0 


212.6 


215.2 


211.6 


200.8 


215.1 


208 1 


207.0 


200.3 


214.5 


210.7 


2198 


A 


2085 


206.1 


2128 


217.7 


213.4 


201.9 


216.9 


209.0 


2109 


2075 


2147 


210.9 


220.1 


M 


212.3 


207.0 


221 8 


221.7 


2159 


206.0 


221.3 


2134 


215.3 


207.9 


223.4 


219.7 


229.3 


J 


2123 


206.5 


222.7 


221.0 


217.4 


206.2 


220 .1 


212.0 


2159 


2082 


224.5 


220.6 


230.2 


J 


213.7 


208.6 


2228 


2223 


219.3 


2076 


221.1 


212.6 


216.9 


210.0 


224 6 


220.7 


230.2 


A 


215.1 


210.9 


2228 


223.7 


221.8 


208.7 


2226 


213.9 


2176 


211.2 


224 6 


2207 


230.2 


S 


217.1 


213.9 


222.8 


2247 


2236 


211.1 


224 2 


215.3 


218.7 


213.3 


224.7 


220.7 


2303 





216.3 


212.7 


2228 


224.9 


2230 


2102 


223 1 


2148 


220 1 


216.0 


2247 


2207 


230.3 


N 


2126 


206.4 


223.6 


225.7 


217.2 


206.2 


2203 


211.5 


2207 


216.6 


225.2 


221.3 


230 8 














New hous 


ng price 


ndexes 


















1976 = 


100 










January 1976= 100 








Year 




























and 




Ottawa 










St Catharines 










22 city 


month 


Montreal 


-Hull 


Toronto 


Winnipeg 


Calgary 


Edmonton 


Halifax 


-Niagara 


Kitchener 


London 


Regina 


Saskatoon 


composite 


D 


646005 


646006 


646007 


646014 


646017 


646018 


646003 


646009 


646010 


646011 


646015 


646016 


64600 1 


1977 


105.4 


102.9 


99.7 


106 


106 9 


106.9 


102.3 


108.5 


100 8 


105.2 


99.7 


107.4 


103.3 


1978 


107.4 


101.3 


99.8 


109.7 


115.5 


114.3 


102.2 


113.7 


102 6 


109 5 


99.1 


113.2 


106.0 


1977 D 


106.4 


102.6 


99.7 


107.1 


107.7 


108.5 


102 2 


110 8 


101.1 


107 4 


984 


109.4 


103.8 


1978 J 


1066 


102 6 


99.7 


107 2 


107.9 


1088 


102.2 


1124 


102.0 


108.3 


97.4 


111.9 


104 


F 


106 


101.0 


997 


107.2 


108.1 


110 9 


102.2 


112.6 


102 


108.3 


97.6 


111.9 


104.2 


M 


1050 


100.9 


99.7 


110.1 


114.5 


110.9 


102 2 


112 8 


102 


108 5 


984 


111.9 


104.9 


A 


106.2 


100.9 


99.7 


110.1 


114.6 


110.9 


102 2 


112.8 


102 5 


108 5 


98.5 


112.1 


105 1 


M 


107.0 


100.9 


999 


110.1 


114.6 


113.6 


1022 


1128 


1029 


108.5 


998 


112.1 


105.7 


J 


1078 


100.8 


99.9 


110.2 


116.4 


114.1 


102 2 


114.4 


102 7 


109.0 


998 


112.3 


106 1 


J 


1078 


101.2 


99.9 


110.2 


116.4 


114.9 


1022 


114.4 


102 7 


109.8 


998 


112.3 


106.3 


A 


1078 


101.4 


99.9 


110.2 


116.4 


116 


102 2 


114.4 


102 7 


110.1 


995 


114 3 


106 6 


S 


107.8 


101.4 


999 


110.4 


119.0 


116.2 


1023 


114.4 


1027 


110.1 


99.5 


114.6 


107.0 





108 3 


101.4 


997 


110.4 


119.0 


117.1 


102.3 


114.4 


1027 


110.5 


99.5 


114.6 


107.2 


N 


1092 


101.5 


995 


110.4 


119.0 


119.0 


102 2 


114.6 


102 9 


111.1 


997 


114.6 


1074 


D 


1092 


101.5 


999 


110.2 


119.6 


119 


102.3 


114.6 


102 9 


111.1 


99.7 


115.5 


107.6 


1979 J 


109.2 


101.8 


986 


110.2 


119.6 


119.0 


102 3 


114.6 


1029 


111.1 


99.7 


115.5 


107 4 


F 


1096 


100.9 


984 


110 9 


119 7 


119.8 


102.3 


114.6 


1029 


111.1 


100 9 


115.9 


1076 


M 


1099 


100 9 


98.1 


110 9 


121.3 


1198 


102.3 


114 6 


101 2 


112.7 


100 9 


118 4 


108.0 


A 


110.1 


100.9 


98.1 


110.9 


121.3 


119.8 


102.3 


114.6 


101.2 


112.7 


100.9 


118.4 


1080 


M 


111.5 


101.8 


994 


110.9 


121.3 


122 7 


103 7 


1177 


102 6 


119.1 


102 6 


118.4 


109 3 


J 


112.3 


101.8 


994 


112.4 


122.9 


122 8 


103.7 


117.7 


102 6 


119.2 


102.6 


124 2 


109.7 


J 


113.3 


101.8 


994 


112.4 


122 9 


1228 


106.3 


117.7 


102.6 


119.2 


102.6 


124 2 


109.9 


A 


115.9 


102.2 


994 


112.4 


122 9 


125.8 


106.3 


117.7 


102 6 


119 2 


102 5 


1242 


110.6 


S 


117.4 


102.2 


995 


113.2 


1260 


1258 


1063 


1177 


1030 


120.3 


102 5 


126 1 


111.4 


O 


117.7 


102 2 


996 


113.2 


126.0 


1258 


106.3 


117.7 


1030 


120 7 


102 5 


126.1 


111.5 


N 


118.5 


102.7 


100.0 


112.9 


126.0 


126.2 


106.3 


1177 


1030 


120.7 


102 8 


126 1 


112.4 



Source: Construction Price Statistics, Monthly Bulletin (62-007), Statistics Canada. 



64 



Section 6 ■ Manufacturing 

1. Total Inventories, Shipments and Orders in Manufacturing 

2. Manufacturing Shipments by Industry 

3. Manufacturing Inventories by Industry 

4. Estimated Value of Shipments and Unfilled Orders by Economic Use Classification 

5. Estimated Value of Inventories Owned and Raw Materials by Economic Use Classification 

6. Estimated Value of Goods in Process and finished Products by Economic Use Classification 

7. Tobacco and Beverages 

8. Rubber 

9. Footwear 

10. Production of Sawn Lumber 

1 1. Pulpwood, Wood Pulp and Newsprint 

12. Primary Iron and Steel 

13. New Motor Vehicles 

14. Production of Motor Vehicles in Canada 

15. Refrigerators, Freezers, Washing Machines and Clothes Dryers 



65 



Section 6-Table 1 

Table 1: Total inventories, shipments and orders in manufacturing based on the 1970 
standard industrial classification (million dollars) 



January 1980 















Inventory at end 


of month 
















All inventory 


held 




Ratio of 


Annual 




New orders 


Unfilled 














inventories 


average 




received 


orders at 




Held but 




Raw 


Goods 


Finished 


owned 


and month 


Shipments! 


during month2 


end ot month 


Owned3 


not owned 


Total 


materials 


in process 


products 


to shipments 


D 


310000 


310060 


310106 


310336 


310382 


310152 


310198 


310244 


310290 


310530 


D 


310030 


310083 


310129 


310359 


310389 


310175 


310221 


310267 


310313 


310531 


1977 


9,070.6 


9,161.7 


10,478.5 


17,997.7 


896.9 


18,894.6 


7,567.1 


4,890.9 


6,436.6 


1.98 


1978 


10,743.7 


11,008.6 


12,401.0 


19,657 7 


9367 


20,594.5 


8,172.6 


5,548.5 


6,873.3 


1.83 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal 


variation 


















1977 N 


9,740.9 


9,740.8 


10,614 


18,526.4 


913.2 


19,439.6 


7,7873 


5,1500 


6,502.2 


1.90 


D 


9,016.3 


8,925.6 


10,523.3 


18,753.6 


850.3 


19,604.0 


7,949.0 


5,168.2 


6,486.7 


2.08 


1978 J 


8,855.3 


9,331.5 


10,999.5 


19,015.4 


898.7 


19,914.2 


7,8503 


5,321.7 


6,742.0 


2.15 


F 


9,275.1 


9,512.8 


11,237.2 


19,494.3 


905.6 


20,4000 


7,945.0 


5,422.1 


7,032.8 


2.10 


M 


10,775.5 


11,229.1 


11,690 9 


19,503.1 


903.3 


20,4065 


7,944.7 


5,384.0 


7,077.7 


1.81 


A 


10,277.1 


10,560.6 


11,974.3 


19,643.9 


919.1 


20,563.0 


7,930.7 


5,475.1 


7,157.1 


1.91 


M 


1 1,198.7 


11,371.0 


12,146.7 


19,473.6 


942.3 


20,416 


7,959.1 


5,419.3 


7,037.4 


1.74 


J 


11,691 9 


11,846.6 


12,301.4 


19,604.1 


917.0 


20,521 2 


8,116.8 


5,441.9 


6,962.4 


1.68 


J 


9,698.3 


9,8005 


12,403.5 


19,296 7 


957.9 


20,254 7 


8,151 9 


5,399.3 


6,703.5 


1.99 


A 


10,333.1 


10,396.8 


12,467.2 


19,570.8 


952.2 


20,523.1 


8,279.3 


5,558.7 


6,684.9 


1.89 


S 


11,620.8 


12,236.9 


13,083.3 


19,666.3 


973.7 


20,6400 


8,268.5 


5,683.3 


6,688.1 


1.69 





12,004.2 


12,237.9 


13,317.1 


19,804.2 


982.6 


20,7868 


8,310.6 


5,802.8 


6,673.4 


1.65 


N 


12,138.6 


12,310.9 


13,489.4 


20,232.8 


982.5 


21,215.3 


8,519.1 


5,860.1 


6,836.0 


1.67 


D 


11,056.1 


11,268.2 


13,701.6 


20,587.8 


9058 


21,493.6 


8,7953 


5,814.1 


6,884.0 


1.86 


1979 J 


11,241.0 


11,808.3 


14,268.9 


21,332.0 


917.8 


22,249.9 


8,867.6 


6,113.5 


7,2688 


1.89 


F 


11,277.0 


1 1,833.5 


14,825.4 


21,884.1 


959.0 


22,843.1 


9,003.8 


6,226.9 


7,612.4 


1.94 


M 


12,992.9 


13,569.5 


15,402.0 


22,522.7 


911.2 


23,433.9 


9,202.4 


6,324.6 


7,907.0 


1.73 


A 


12,002.6 


12,369 2 


15,768.6 


22,502.3 


914.6 


23,416.9 


9,240.0 


6,331 3 


7,845.7 


1.87 


M 


13,154.4 


13,550.7 


16,1649 


23,002.3 


951.6 


23,9539 


9,539.4 


6,397.5 


8,017.0 


1.74 


J 


13,172.6 


13,453.7 


16,446.0 


23,273.3 


9666 


24,2399 


9,747.7 


6,417 4 


8,074.8 


1 76 


J 


11,622 


11,684.8 


16,508 7 


23,3935 


1,019.5 


24,413 


10,018.2 


6,504.9 


7,890.0 


2.01 


A 


12,267.6 


12,436.7 


16,677.8 


23,854.4 


1,002.9 


24,8573 


10,363.8 


6,654.3 


7,8392 


1 94 


S 


13,122.8 


12,890.6 


16,445.5 


24,236.2 


9882 


25,2243 


10.502.5 


6,773.6 


7.9482 


1.84 


O 


14,089.2 


14,050.7 


16,407 


24,658.7 


1,002 3 


25,6609 


10,734.0 


6,929.6 


7,997.4 


1.75 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 
M.C.D 2 3 



1977 N 


9,375.1 


9,4690 


10.833.5 


18,666 4 


892.9 


19,559.3 


7,746.4 


5,114.4 


6,6985 


1.99 


D 


9,518.3 


9,503.9 


10,819 1 


18.751 8 


8822 


19,634.0 


7,7643 


5,208.0 


6,661.7 


1 97 


1978 J 


9,637.2 


9,809.3 


10,991 2 


18,907.6 


911.6 


19,8192 


7,8077 


5,277.7 


6,7338 


1.96 


F 


9,866.3 


10,003.4 


11,128.3 


19,230.8 


9101 


20,1409 


7,961 8 


5,308.2 


6,870.9 


1 95 


M 


10,065.4 


10,468.3 


11,531.2 


19,145.0 


9087 


20,0537 


7,994 3 


5,290 1 


6,769.3 


1.90 


A 


10,318.9 


10,593.6 


11,805 9 


19,355.5 


9380 


20,2935 


8,030.4 


5,4144 


6,848 7 


1.88 


M 


10,423.3 


10,671.5 


12,054.1 


19,432.1 


9322 


20,364.3 


8,048.0 


5,430 1 


6,886.2 


1.86 


J 


10,778.2 


10,964.4 


12,240.3 


19,627.0 


9227 


20,549.7 


8,194.6 


5,521 4 


6,833.7 


1.82 


J 


10,704.7 


10,816.6 


12,352.2 


19,514.3 


9497 


20,4640 


8,1324 


5,543 7 


6,7879 


1.82 


A 


10,633 8 


10,662.1 


12,380.5 


19,759 4 


9366 


20,6960 


8,231.2 


5,651 5 


6,813.3 


1.86 


S 


11,389.5 


12,116.1 


13,107.1 


19,888 4 


971 3 


20,859.7 


8,2597 


5.709.0 


6,891 


1 75 


O 


11,552.7 


11,945.3 


13,499.7 


20,070.5 


960.3 


21,0308 


8,3259 


5,777.5 


6,927.4 


1.74 


N 


11,717.8 


12,038 8 


13,820.7 


20,370.2 


9606 


21,330 8 


8,476.3 


5,817 5 


7,0370 


1.74 


D 


11,944.5 


12,263.3 


14,139.5 


20,5899 


9366 


21,5265 


8,592.0 


5.8564 


7,078.1 


1.72 


1979 J 


11,914.1 


12,032.3 


14,258.3 


21,215.2 


927.1 


22,142 3 


8,825.7 


6,0628 


7,2538 


1.78 


F 


11,989.1 


12,395.6 


14,664 8 


21,5888 


961 9 


22,5507 


9,0273 


6,092.0 


7,431 4 


1.80 


M 


12,350.6 


12,861.9 


15,176.1 


22,117 4 


9156 


23,033.0 


9.261 8 


6,212 2 


7,559.0 


1.79 


A 


11,947.4 


12,283.7 


15,512.4 


22,186 4 


934 8 


23,121 2 


9.356.4 


6,261 6 


7,503.2 


1.85 


M 


12,194.6 


12,727.9 


16,045.7 


22,9666 


9446 


23,911 2 


9,638.4 


6,420 2 


7,852.6 


1.88 


J 


12,325.0 


12,642.8 


16,363.5 


23,312.3 


974.6 


24,2869 


9,8433 


6,517 7 


7,925 9 


1.89 


J 


12,654.9 


12,742.1 


16,450.7 


23,6748 


1,014.4 


24.6892 


10,000.7 


6.688.7 


7,999.8 


1.87 


A 


12,671.1 


12,794.7 


16,574.3 


24,096.2 


992.2 


25,0884 


10,307 9 


6,773.1 


8,0074 


1.90 


S 


13,085.4 


12,978.7 


16,467.6 


24,5367 


9870 


25,523 7 


10,489 1 


6,808.4 


8,226.2 


1.87 


O 


13,241 2 


13,429.1 


16,655.5 


25,008 1 


983.2 


25,991.3 


10,755.9 


6,9005 


8,334.9 


1.88 



1 Monthly shipments represent an estimated proiection of the latest available Census of Manufacturers values except for those industries whose long-term contracts result in large 
intermittent shipments, for these a monthly estimate of work put in place has been substituted 2"fotal new orders received during the period at estimated selling value, net 
of cancellations, regardless of whether the orders will be filled from stock or as a result of activity during the same month. 3Total manufacturing inventory owned by manu- 
facturers including warehouse stocks. 

Note As of our June 1977 issue, all series have been revised and ad|usted to the 1974 Census of Manufactures 
Source: Inventories, Shipments and Orders in Manufacturing Industries (31-001), Statistics Canada. 



66 



January 1980 

Table 2: Manufacturing shipmentsi by industry based on the 1970 standard industrial classification (million dollars) 



Section 6-Table 2 



Annual 
average 


Total 


Non- 




Foods and 


Tobacco 








Knitting 






and month 


shipments 


durable 


Durable 


beverages 


products 


Rubber 


Leather 


Textile 


mills 


Clothing 


Wood 


D 


310000 


310021 


310022 


310001 


310002 


310003 


310004 


310005 


310006 


310007 


310008 


D 


310030 


310051 


310052 


310031 


310032 


310033 


310034 


310035 


310036 


310037 


310038 


1977 


9,070.6 


4,911.0 


4,159.6 


1,572.5 


78.7 


211.0 


57.6 


246.2 


53.1 


221.8 


496.0 


1978 


10743.7 


5,767.8 


4,975.8 


1,829.6 


903 


250.1 


74.5 


286.8 


63.9 


272.0 


639.3 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal 


variation 




















1977 N 


9740.9 


5,213.8 


4,527.1 


1,670.2 


725 


2276 


60.7 


270.1 


62.0 


226.5 


511.0 


D 


9,0163 


5,036.2 


3,980 1 


1,656.9 


106.9 


193 


47.2 


234.5 


45.1 


178.0 


460.6 


1978 J 


8,855.3 


4,8148 


4,040.4 


1,4733 


68.0 


2008 


55.0 


244.5 


54.1 


227.8 


504.7 


F 


9,275.1 


5,043.9 


4,231.1 


1,5748 


84.0 


224.8 


690 


259.7 


60.8 


253.7 


505.2 


M 


10,775.5 


5,605.9 


5,169.5 


1,728.3 


91.1 


255.6 


739 


295.7 


63.1 


2735 


618.9 


A 


10,277 1 


5,415.0 


4,862.0 


1,700 7 


117.5 


2460 


653 


288.9 


55.1 


228.1 


625.0 


M 


11,198.7 


5,914.1 


5,284.5 


1,894.5 


863 


2639 


72.8 


290.2 


57.5 


213.7 


6873 


J 


11,691.9 


6,045.0 


5,646.9 


1,950.3 


988 


2766 


756 


2956 


70.0 


2689 


712.3 


J 


9,698.3 


5,351.0 


4,3473 


1,765.1 


89.3 


220.3 


61.9 


223.4 


59.9 


254.1 


621.2 


A 


10,333.1 


5,941.8 


4,391.2 


1,906.4 


82.4 


229.6 


84.6 


269.4 


71.9 


323.5 


697.0 


S 


11,620.8 


6,226.4 


5,394.3 


1,996.5 


934 


2688 


87.5 


310.8 


73.7 


3446 


687.1 





1 2,004.2 


6,403.7 


5,600.5 


2,015.1 


79.6 


280 .1 


87.3 


337.3 


74.9 


3308 


714.4 


N 


12,138.6 


6,432.3 


5,706.2 


2,025.9 


88.4 


2894 


91.3 


335.8 


73.9 


323.7 


693.6 


D 


11,056.1 


6,020.1 


5,036.0 


1,924.1 


105.0 


2457 


698 


289.9 


52.4 


221.8 


605.2 


1979 J 


11,241 


6,045.9 


5,195.1 


1,806.3 


69.1 


253.5 


78.4 


321.3 


61.7 


275.3 


633.3 


F 


11,277.0 


6,049.4 


5,2277 


1,858.9 


93.8 


273.2 


87.1 


316.7 


67.0 


309.0 


614.9 


M 


1 2,992.9 


6,772.5 


6,220.4 


2,101 


108.4 


316.4 


962 


342.3 


75.0 


335.4 


7386 


A 


12,002.6 


6,461.6 


5,541.1 


2,000.4 


146.0 


3028 


85.0 


321.9 


65.0 


257.7 


734.0 


M 


13,154.4 


6,863.3 


6,291.1 


2,163.5 


87.4 


316.3 


932 


351.2 


68.4 


254.7 


809.0 


J 


13,172.6 


7,056.0 


6,116.7 


2,265.9 


102.5 


321.7 


962 


353.5 


80.6 


306.9 


810.1 


J 


11,622.0 


6,514.0 


5,108.0 


2,112.1 


90.5 


2790 


80.8 


274.3 


70.2 


307.3 


719.9 


A 


12,267.6 


7,053.9 


5,213.8 


2,202.5 


89.1 


288.1 


115.9 


332.9 


84.8 


378.4 


795.7 


S 


13,122.8 


7,173.5 


5,949.4 


2,244 7 


93.7 


3239 


1046 


3554 


830 


374.5 


771.9 





14,089.2 


7,619.8 


6,469.4 


2,310.1 


87.2 


337.1 


107.0 


3802 


87.6 


364.7 


8073 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 
M.C.D. 2 2 



1977 N 


9,375.1 


5,068.7 


4,306.4 


1,631.2 


786 


2170 


58.1 


260.2 


565 


2263 


519.2 


D 


9,518.3 


5,189.4 


4,328.9 


1,682.4 


85.3 


217.2 


58.9 


2535 


54.8 


234.9 


5284 


1978 J 


9,637.2 


5,235.2 


4,402.0 


1,663.6 


88.1 


223.0 


60.5 


261.9 


58.2 


238.7 


547.8 


F 


9,866.3 


5,337.1 


4,529.2 


1,725.4 


88.3 


229.6 


65.4 


265.2 


59.5 


241.2 


550.0 


M 


10,065.4 


5,404.2 


4,661.2 


1,743.7 


75.0 


2340 


679 


267.8 


59.7 


246.0 


578.0 


A 


10,318.9 


5,536.4 


4,782.5 


1,768.1 


120.6 


235.2 


72.0 


276.0 


62.5 


249.1 


599.7 


M 


10,423.3 


5,617.9 


4,805.4 


1,792.7 


80.3 


244.1 


74.0 


277.7 


61.2 


246.3 


630.6 


J 


10,778.2 


5,727.2 


5,051.0 


1,814.6 


90.1 


259.7 


75.2 


278.2 


68.4 


277.2 


641.4 


J 


10,704.7 


5,703.8 


5,000.9 


1,786.3 


95.5 


248.1 


74.4 


278.3 


63.9 


260.4 


653.3 


A 


10,633.8 


5,849.1 


4,784.7 


1,842.1 


900 


2505 


72.7 


287.6 


65.9 


2786 


667.6 


S 


11,389.5 


6,068.3 


5,321.2 


1,909.5 


922 


260.4 


78.4 


3005 


67.6 


304.1 


690.2 


O 


11,552.7 


6,178.5 


5,374.2 


1,942.7 


90.0 


265.7 


800 


311.8 


678 


304.0 


707.7 


N 


11,717.8 


6,261.8 


5,456.0 


1,982.9 


966 


273.1 


866 


3207 


66.8 


318.8 


704 6 


D 


11,944.5 


6,343.8 


5,600.7 


1,986.2 


83.9 


285.9 


898 


319.0 


64.9 


3033 


709.1 


1979 J 


11,914.1 


6,456. 1 


5,458.0 


2,007.3 


89.1 


275.8 


82.9 


337.7 


65.0 


281.3 


681.1 


F 


11,989.1 


6,399.8 


5,589.3 


2,036.0 


98.3 


279.1 


82.4 


323.6 


65.7 


293.5 


669.8 


M 


12,350.6 


6,602 7 


5,747.9 


2,147.3 


894 


292.0 


91.0 


315.0 


73.0 


307.1 


698.9 


A 


11,947.4 


6,565.6 


5,381.8 


2,059.5 


150.3 


287.4 


92.7 


304.5 


73.0 


273.1 


700.1 


M 


12,194.6 


6,470.6 


5,724.0 


2,033.4 


81.6 


289.9 


93.2 


335.0 


71.9 


293.4 


729.3 


J 


12,325.0 


6,788.7 


5,536.3 


2,137.3 


93.5 


306.8 


97.9 


336.9 


80.7 


325.4 


753.0 


J 


12,654.9 


6,852.0 


5,802.9 


2,106.4 


96.3 


311.8 


95.7 


340.6 


73.6 


310.9 


735.8 


A 


12,671.1 


6,981 9 


5,689.2 


2,125.7 


96.8 


320.8 


100.0 


356.4 


78.1 


3270 


775.7 


S 


13,085.4 


7,107.5 


5,977.9 


2,192.2 


92.9 


313.9 


95.9 


344.9 


76.3 


335.6 


777.0 


O 


13,241.2 


7,228.7 


6,0125 


2,193.2 


98.1 


313.3 


94.6 


344.3 


77.6 


328.0 


791.5 



Note: As ot our June 1977 issue, all series have been revised and adjusted to the 1974 Census o( Manufactures 



67 



Section 6-Table 2/Concluded January 1980 

Table 2: Manufacturing shipments' by industry based on the 1970 standard industrial classification (million dollars)/concluded 













Metal 






















Printing 




fabricating 








Non- 








Annual 


Furniture 


Paper 


publishing 




(ex, machy. 




Trans- 




metallic 


Petroleum 


Chemical 




average 


and 


& allied 


& allied 


Primary 


& transp. 




portation 


Electrical 


mineral 


and coal 


& chemical 


Misc 


and month 


fixtures 


ndustries 


industries 


metal 


equip.) 


Machinery 


equipment 


products 


products 


products 


products 


mfgrg. 


D 


310009 


310010 


310011 


310012 


310013 


310014 


310015 


310016 


310017 


310018 


310019 


310020 


D 


310039 


310040 


310041 


310042 


310043 


310044 


310045 


310046 


310047 


310048 


310049 


310050 


1977 


121.3 


744.8 


292.7 


683.4 


602.6 


346.6 


1,255.4 


405.0 


248 8 


711.0 


535.6 


185.3 


1978 


145.5 


839.5 


336.4 


862.4 


701.7 


398.5 


1,483.1 


456.9 


288.0 


837.9 


663.3 


222.8 


Unadjusted 


for seasona 


I variatior 






















1977 N 


137.0 


774.1 


335.1 


742.1 


632.5 


335.5 


1,471.7 


425.6 


271.3 


761.2 


540.0 


213.4 


D 


125.0 


733.2 


290.7 


718.3 


571.6 


357.2 


1,139.0 


413.1 


195.0 


846.9 


520.7 


182.7 


1978 J 


116.9 


715.5 


287.9 


751.9 


5583 


300.4 


1,250.5 


382.4 


174 9 


770.4 


543.2 


173.7 


F 


132.5 


719.4 


298 1 


761 2 


596.5 


349.9 


1,300.1 


3957 


189.7 


734.1 


576.5 


188.4 


M 


150.3 


836.2 


346.7 


921.2 


718.0 


450.5 


1,626.1 


459.5 


2247 


750.7 


678.5 


212.2 


A 


139.2 


806.7 


336.6 


8540 


667.5 


426.5 


1,471.9 


431.9 


245.7 


692.3 


678.0 


199.1 


M 


148.1 


870.5 


347.5 


923.6 


730 1 


420.1 


1,619.8 


429 1 


3262 


817.2 


789.6 


2098 


J 


148.0 


897.4 


342.3 


9600 


775.1 


440.6 


1,745.1 


493.5 


371.9 


818.2 


726.3 


224.5 


J 


109.6 


7862 


296.5 


792.8 


654.3 


340 1 


1,120.8 


3900 


3182 


801.3 


594.4 


198.0 


A 


143.8 


852.8 


332.9 


709.2 


711.2 


334.1 


1,032.4 


415.6 


347.8 


890.7 


663.7 


233.4 


S 


163.7 


882.1 


367.7 


881.5 


7724 


432.7 


1,575.7 


535.6 


345.2 


848.0 


684.6 


268.0 


O 


169.7 


934.2 


3784 


9224 


770.2 


409.0 


1,742.2 


51 1.0 


361 3 


907.7 


702.8 


274.8 


N 


175.1 


908.0 


381.1 


983.2 


789.0 


437.4 


1,790.3 


519.9 


317.4 


974 1 


674.7 


2655 


D 


149.7 


865.6 


321.3 


887.9 


677.3 


4409 


1,522.9 


5184 


233.4 


1,050 


647.2 


226.5 


1979 J 


146.5 


934.4 


324.0 


974.5 


676.5 


416.1 


1,669.6 


476.7 


2020 


995.9 


719.5 


206.4 


F 


157.4 


897.8 


3338 


937.0 


718.6 


467.0 


1,635.3 


493.1 


2042 


902.8 


6820 


227.2 


M 


176.2 


1,040.5 


379.4 


1,070 6 


860.9 


614.5 


1,918.0 


594 1 


247.4 


913.8 


798.7 


265.5 


A 


162.6 


1,020.0 


374.3 


992.9 


757.1 


506.3 


1,593.7 


5376 


2568 


882.4 


761.5 


244.6 


M 


173.5 


1,046.4 


393.1 


1,121.4 


8624 


513.1 


1,908.1 


548.2 


3555 


943.5 


878.1 


267.5 


J 


172.4 


1,030.5 


375.1 


976.9 


865.5 


544.1 


1,759.5 


5990 


389.1 


981.7 


845.6 


295.6 


J 


137.2 


970.8 


336.0 


849.7 


779.1 


477.5 


1,290.5 


4803 


373.8 


1,014.6 


722.0 


256.5 


A 


161.6 


1,063.0 


3742 


9059 


8494 


4395 


1,144 1 


514.1 


4034 


1,046.6 


794.2 


284.3 


S 


180.9 


1,022 7 


416.3 


982.4 


911.0 


514.8 


1,581.6 


625.6 


381.1 


1,010.4 


799.2 


345.0 





196.1 


1,171.6 


4470 


1,125.1 


958.8 


542.0 


1,804.8 


6337 


401 5 


1,118.0 


859.6 


349.8 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 
M.C.D. 3 3 



1977 N 


123.6 


767 8 


303.9 


7284 


610.7 


339.0 


1,322.7 


4108 


252.0 


724.7 


551.5 


192.9 


D 


129.7 


7827 


306.4 


7667 


603.6 


3583 


1,285.6 


412.5 


244 1 


746.4 


570.1 


196.8 


1978 J 


131.8 


771 7 


310.1 


773.6 


6360 


337.9 


1,313.1 


422.1 


239.7 


755.4 


605.4 


198.6 


F 


138.5 


768 1 


321.8 


797.8 


647.9 


3529 


1,371 3 


420.7 


250 1 


757.4 


615.1 


200.1 


M 


139.3 


7995 


3263 


836 1 


671 6 


3863 


1,363.1 


428.6 


2582 


751.5 


630.0 


202.8 


A 


143.8 


803.3 


3297 


845.1 


693 1 


3900 


1,399.7 


4426 


268.5 


754.3 


658.6 


207.0 


M 


142.9 


812.6 


3334 


8439 


695.4 


382.9 


1,395.3 


430.8 


2836 


800.4 


6832 


212.0 


J 


144.2 


825 1 


3344 


8764 


712.2 


378.9 


1,535.5 


4549 


307.5 


822.8 


661.1 


220.4 


J 


130.7 


834.5 


3373 


8876 


701 4 


3948 


1,499 3 


435.9 


2979 


852.3 


655.3 


217.5 


A 


145.5 


8293 


343.4 


7607 


706.0 


3989 


1,358.0 


4486 


2994 


886.0 


674.8 


228.2 


S 


153.0 


895.0 


352.8 


8953 


7329 


454.3 


1,597.4 


4859 


3122 


882.3 


679.1 


246.4 


O 


157 9 


9062 


357.9 


9242 


733.2 


423.8 


1,628.7 


4880 


310.7 


915.2 


692.0 


245.2 


N 


156.4 


901.4 


348.0 


947.8 


7587 


442.8 


1,648.1 


502.0 


295.6 


931.6 


693.5 


241.8 


D 


160.1 


9489 


343.2 


9895 


735.5 


450.7 


1,733.0 


522.0 


300.8 


9490 


722.2 


247.5 


1979 J 


160 2 


995 


342.6 


975.4 


743.6 


4652 


1,651.6 


510.9 


2700 


958.8 


786.1 


234.5 


F 


164.5 


959.7 


360.2 


982.7 


7809 


471.5 


1,726.2 


524.1 


2696 


931 3 


7283 


241.7 


M 


166 8 


997.0 


361.8 


980.0 


8290 


532.6 


1,686.9 


561.9 


291 8 


917.0 


756.4 


255.7 


A 


166 1 


1,014.9 


367.0 


9726 


770.1 


4586 


1,496.7 


543.6 


2740 


961.9 


726.4 


254.9 


M 


166.0 


962 1 


373.8 


1,009 7 


821 9 


462.4 


1,666.1 


559.4 


3092 


915.2 


756.2 


264.9 


J 


171.5 


961.5 


369.8 


912.2 


809.9 


476.9 


1,536.2 


548.8 


327.8 


998.9 


784.1 


295.9 


J 


162.2 


1,018.9 


376.2 


9499 


8255 


546.2 


1,699 8 


541.3 


3422 


1,066.4 


780 5 


274.7 


A 


165.4 


1,045.4 


391.0 


9834 


845 1 


528.9 


1,491.1 


551.0 


348.6 


1,050.3 


808.3 


282.1 


S 


170 6 


1,050.6 


4023 


1,007.1 


881 2 


5434 


1,669 7 


5756 


3533 


1,073.8 


809.7 


319.4 


O 


176.6 


1,118.9 


415.6 


1,096 5 


8792 


556.2 


1,587 4 


589.5 


3356 


1,106.3 


8289 


309.9 



lMonthly shipments represent an estimated projection of the latest available Census of Manufacturers values except for those industries whose long term contracts result in large 

intermittent shipments, for these a monthly estimate of work put in place has been estimated. 

Note: As of our June 1977 issue, all series have been revised and ad|usted to the 1974 Census of Manufactures 

Source: Inventories, Shipments and Orders in Manufacturing Industries (31-001), Statistics Canada. 



68 



January 1980 



Section 6-Table 3 



Table 3: Manufacturing inventories' by industry based on the 1970 standard industrial classification (million dollars) 



Annual 
average 
and month 


Total 

inventories 

owned 


Non- 
durables 


Durables 


Foods and 
beverages 


Tobacco 
products 


Rubber 


Leather 


Textile 


Knitting 
mills 


Clothing 


Wood 


D 
D 


310336 
310359 


310357 
310380 


310358 
310381 


310337 
310360 


310338 

310361 


310339 
310362 


310340 
310363 


310341 
310364 


310342 
310365 


310343 
310366 


310344 
310367 


1977 
1978 


17,997.7 
19,657.7 


9,243.9 
9,882.6 


8,753.7 

9,775.1 


2,361.7 
2,475.0 


413.8 
459.3 


509.5 
547.0 


145.1 
151.5 


603.3 
627.0 


146.0 

157.7 


542.1 
612.7 


868 8 
987.3 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



977 N 


18,526.4 


9,454.9 


9,071.4 


2,449.3 


407.5 


498.3 


133.6 


593.7 


146.0 


538.0 


896.0 


D 


18,753.6 


9,4524 


9,301.2 


2,374.4 


406.7 


5253 


131.9 


604.1 


150.2 


557.4 


945.1 


978 J 


19,015.4 


9,5937 


9,421.7 


2,392.6 


464.5 


533.5 


138 3 


603.8 


150.5 


547.7 


956.4 


F 


19,494.3 


9,845.1 


9,649.2 


2,378.6 


557.2 


5590 


143.0 


620.1 


151.8 


568.8 


1,024.3 


M 


19,503.1 


9,878.9 


9,624.2 


2,361 3 


591.2 


557.1 


145.3 


623.8 


155.5 


599.6 


1,035.9 


A 


19,643.9 


9,875.8 


9,768.1 


2,416.1 


502.1 


558.2 


154.5 


631.5 


162.5 


609.2 


1,012.3 


M 


19,473.6 


9,740.6 


9,733.0 


2,386.9 


481.5 


565.5 


159.9 


6409 


167.6 


6507 


970.4 


J 


19,604.1 


9,881 7 


9,722.4 


2,395.1 


460.1 


554.8 


168.2 


628.0 


169.4 


677.0 


961.3 


J 


19,296.7 


9,779.1 


9,517.6 


2,352.3 


417.2 


550.3 


1685 


6330 


164.7 


652.9 


944.0 


A 


19,570.8 


9,891.5 


9,679.3 


2,513.6 


403.2 


541.0 


153.1 


645.3 


161.6 


621.9 


947.9 


S 


19,666 3 


9,903.9 


9,762.3 


2,579.1 


356.7 


529.6 


149.0 


638.4 


153.0 


6067 


957.9 


O 


19,804.2 


9,905.5 


9,898.7 


2,635.4 


3862 


509.2 


139.8 


6240 


153.6 


584.6 


974.9 


N 


20,232.8 


10,090 5 


10,142.3 


2,671.0 


435.9 


543.9 


145.1 


621 5 


149.8 


610.8 


1,021.7 


D 


20,587.8 


10,204.8 


10,383.0 


2,618.3 


456.3 


561.6 


153.8 


613.6 


153.0 


623.1 


1,040.6 


979 J 


21,332.0 


10,550.3 


10,781 8 


2,7280 


531.2 


587.3 


151.5 


647.1 


161.9 


661.3 


1,127.8 


F 


21,884.1 


10,777.4 


1 1,106.7 


2,707.0 


581.8 


623.8 


162.1 


660.6 


168.3 


689.3 


1,201.5 


M 


22,522.7 


11,079.3 


11,443.5 


2,734.2 


644.4 


659.1 


174.3 


676.9 


176.7 


727.1 


1,275.7 


A 


22,502.3 


10,905.8 


11,596.6 


2,690.2 


547.6 


663.3 


184.5 


670.3 


182.0 


764.2 


1,235.9 


M 


23,002.3 


11,129.4 


11,872.9 


2,719.5 


520.2 


6793 


194.2 


6978 


193.3 


830.4 


1,217.5 


J 


23,273.3 


11,351.6 


11,921.8 


2,696.4 


509.6 


683.5 


194.8 


719.8 


199 6 


885.7 


1,214.9 


J 


23,393.5 


11,466 9 


11,926.5 


2,764.9 


475.8 


6879 


197.1 


741.8 


195.3 


8426 


1,210.5 


A 


23,854.4 


11,643.4 


12,211.0 


2,810.7 


465.3 


695.2 


194.7 


7585 


192.8 


815.4 


1,241.1 


S 


24,236.2 


11,837.8 


12,398.3 


2,946.4 


424.9 


670.1 


192.7 


765.8 


183.5 


7832 


1,307.0 


O 


24,658.7 


12,030 2 


12,628.5 


2,969.5 


454.6 


685.3 


189.0 


775.1 


187.0 


763.0 


1,359.2 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 
M.CD 1 1 



1977 N 


18,666.4 


9,568.7 


9,097.7 


2,362.0 


453.7 


523.6 


141.7 


604.0 


151.6 


571.1 


923.7 


D 


18,751.8 


9,4987 


9,253.1 


2,340.0 


429.0 


5384 


131.7 


613.3 


153.3 


5787 


946.4 


1978 J 


18,907.6 


9,581 3 


9,326.3 


2,379.3 


4409 


539.0 


139 6 


605.6 


152.6 


561.3 


932.7 


F 


19,230.8 


9,772.0 


9,458.8 


2,400.9 


497.2 


541.5 


144.3 


612.8 


155 3 


588.3 


961.8 


M 


19,145.0 


9,709.5 


9,435.5 


2,404.5 


467.0 


535.0 


147.3 


6181 


156.9 


608.2 


966.0 


A 


19,355.5 


9,768.7 


9,586.8 


2,453 1 


418.7 


537.7 


151.2 


625.2 


158.6 


600.0 


976.3 


M 


19,432.1 


9,755.0 


9,677.1 


2,431.8 


455.8 


547.5 


151.6 


631.4 


162.3 


604.2 


970.4 


J 


19,627.0 


9,854.8 


9,772.2 


2,438.9 


450.0 


543.0 


155.7 


624.4 


161.6 


611.0 


981.1 


J 


19,514.3 


9,779.6 


9,734.7 


2,405.4 


452.6 


542.6 


161.5 


6392 


161.3 


625.5 


972.6 


A 


19,759.4 


9,860.5 


9,898.9 


2,496.1 


4664 


540.6 


153.5 


637.5 


158.8 


617.5 


1,002.9 


S 


19,888.4 


9,984.5 


9,903.9 


2,542.5 


439.0 


548.1 


155.6 


638.7 


153.8 


619.9 


994 7 


O 


20,070.5 


10,065.4 


10,005.1 


2,571.6 


467.6 


542.5 


148.2 


6352 


158.9 


6229 


1,003.3 


N 


20,370.2 


10,204.8 


10,165.4 


2,579.2 


4828 


5699 


153.2 


631.5 


156 


6480 


1,051.3 


D 


20,589.9 


10,257.0 


10,332.9 


2,587.1 


481.3 


575.2 


153.9 


623.9 


156.2 


647.2 


1,041.0 


1979 J 


21,215.2 


10,533.6 


10,681.6 


2,714.1 


5022 


5939 


153.2 


6494 


164.1 


679.2 


1,099.9 


F 


21,588.8 


10,705.2 


10,883.6 


2,7337 


519.1 


605.0 


163.3 


6529 


172.4 


714.4 


1,127.1 


M 


22,117.4 


10,900.2 


11,217.2 


2,785.0 


506.0 


633.9 


176.2 


671.2 


178.3 


737.4 


1,189.4 


A 


22,186.4 


10,796.6 


11,389.8 


2,7327 


455.1 


639.8 


180.5 


663.7 


177.7 


752.0 


1,192.5 


M 


22,966.6 


11,154.1 


11,812.5 


2,772.0 


493.4 


658.3 


184.7 


688.7 


187.2 


771.4 


1,219.4 


J 


23,312.3 


11,321.7 


11,990.6 


2,746.5 


499.2 


669.6 


180.9 


717.7 


190.6 


801.1 


1,238.4 


J 


23,674.8 


11,474.0 


12,200.8 


2,829.7 


517.6 


6784 


189.5 


7488 


191.4 


808.6 


1,246.1 


A 


24,096.2 


11,612.8 


12,483.4 


2,789.0 


541.2 


695.0 


195.6 


749 1 


189.6 


809.8 


1,314.3 


S 


24,536.7 


11,952.5 


12,584 2 


2,907.8 


527.5 


693.1 


201.6 


765.3 


184.4 


799.6 


1,359.0 


O 


25,008.1 


12,241.1 


12,767.0 


2,898.7 


551.8 


730.8 


201.0 


789.5 


193.2 


813.6 


1,399.8 



Note: As ot our June 1977 issue, all series have been revised and adjusted to the 1974 Census ot Manutactures. 



69 



Section 6-Table 3/Concluded January 1980 

Table 3: Manufacturing inventories) by industry based on the 1970 standard industrial classification (million dollars)/concluded 









Printing, 




Metal 

fabricating 

(ex. 








Non- 








Annual 


Furniture 


Paper 


publishing 




machy 




Trans- 




metallic 


Petroleum 


Chemical 




avetage 


and 


& allied 


& allied 


Primary 


& transp 




portation 


Electrical 


mineral 


and coal 


& chemical 


Misc 


and month 


fixtures 


ndustnes 


industries 


metal 


equip ) 


Machinery 


equipment 


products 


products 


products 


products 


mfgrg. 


D 


310345 


310346 


310347 


310164 


310349 


310350 


310351 


310352 


310353 


310354 


310355 


310356 


D 


310368 


310369 


310370 


310187 


310372 


310373 


310374 


310375 


310376 


310377 


310378 


310379 


1977 


293.8 


1,287.6 


251.5 


1,775.0 


1,410.3 


1,133.2 


1,673.2 


1,150.5 


4484 


1,301.3 


1,142.7 


538.6 


1978 


303.1 


1.255.0 


292 1 


1,867.8 


1,541.9 


1,213.2 


2,162.7 


1,198.5 


500.3 


1,424.3 


1,282.8 


597.4 


Unadjusted 


for seasona 


I variatior 






















1977 N 


2882 


1,342.6 


251.9 


1,908.5 


1,391.3 


1,162.5 


1,890.6 


1,102.0 


432.0 


1,369.9 


1,156.9 


566.7 


D 


2953 


1,300.9 


251.7 


1,932.0 


1,456.9 


1,189.7 


1,915.2 


1,1070 


4597 


1,406.1 


1,183.7 


5593 


1978 J 


291 9 


1,294.8 


269.8 


1,899.4 


1,453.4 


1,216.3 


1,987.4 


1,133.0 


4835 


1,385.7 


1,244.6 


567.3 


F 


2963 


1,344.2 


281.2 


1,850.6 


1,501.2 


1,240.2 


2,084 8 


1,155.4 


4962 


1,381.0 


1,258.7 


6009 


M 


303.1 


1,278.5 


284 .1 


1,763.6 


1,534.7 


1,240.1 


2,045.2 


1,187.6 


513.8 


1,385.4 


1,311.4 


585.2 


A 


3048 


1,263.6 


2822 


1,762.2 


1,553.8 


1,221.0 


2,163.2 


1,225.2 


525.2 


1,398.5 


1,305.2 


591.6 


M 


3054 


1,213.7 


298.1 


1,786.3 


1,536.6 


1,207.6 


2,160.9 


1,244.8 


5206 


1,310.3 


1,253.6 


611.3 


J 


304 6 


1,200 2 


296.8 


1,827.5 


1,541.5 


1,198.7 


2,138.8 


1,241.0 


5088 


1,451.7 


1,262.8 


617.1 


J 


298.4 


1,231.1 


301.6 


1,832.3 


1,517.4 


1,179.3 


2,0495 


1.199.3 


497.1 


1,446.8 


1,256.0 


604.1 


A 


2994 


1,241.9 


302.4 


1,879.6 


1,553 6 


1,155.3 


2,149.0 


1,200.7 


4934 


1,451.9 


1,242.1 


6129 


S 


3028 


1,231.4 


3027 


1,883.4 


1,557.8 


1,183.3 


2,204.1 


1,178.7 


4938 


1,491.8 


1,278.0 


587.0 





305.2 


1,239.3 


2875 


1,920.1 


1,559.3 


1,2146 


2,266.4 


1,174.7 


483 .1 


1,474.9 


1,292.6 


5778 


N 


3099 


1,249.5 


2959 


1,947.3 


1,583.4 


1,251.7 


2,3307 


1,214.1 


4832 


1,454.0 


1,312.2 


6003 


D 


315.0 


1,272.1 


3026 


2,061.5 


1,610.2 


1,250.8 


2,3720 


1,227 7 


504 7 


1,460.0 


1,3770 


612.8 


1979 J 


326.7 


1,295.8 


308 7 


1,979.5 


1,671.1 


1,296.0 


2,591.5 


1,284.9 


5043 


1,437.0 


1,4205 


620 1 


F 


3364 


1,310.3 


311.4 


1,971.9 


1,700.6 


1,323.8 


2,6955 


1,343.1 


5338 


1,467.7 


1,460.7 


6347 


M 


347.7 


1,330.6 


321.4 


1,940.4 


1,725.8 


1,374.1 


2,8202 


1,397.5 


5620 


1,523.6 


1,448.1 


663.0 


A 


3574 


1,297.0 


3240 


1,987.6 


1,773.3 


1,388.6 


2,865.1 


1,389.3 


5993 


1,445.6 


1.466.0 


671.1 


M 


3766 


1,254.5 


341.2 


2,051.6 


1,803.9 


1,431.9 


2,952.0 


1,441.0 


5986 


1,535.9 


1,462.8 


7004 


J 


387.8 


1,321.6 


3500 


2,102 


1,839.4 


1,404.1 


2,9390 


1,445.3 


5893 


1,629.3 


1,434 4 


7269 


J 


3865 


1,359.2 


371.5 


2,204.7 


1,881.0 


1,405.7 


2,826.3 


1,429.3 


5825 


1,615.0 


1.469.0 


7466 


A 


3932 


1,396.7 


3678 


2,247. 1 


1,910.7 


1.440.4 


2,965.4 


1,459.7 


5534 


1.659.2 


1,509.5 


777.6 


S 


3834 


1,445.6 


372.2 


2,317.0 


1,931.9 


1,474.0 


2,985.8 


1,451.1 


548.1 


1,634.4 


1,541.7 


8773 


O 


3764 


1,464.5 


362.3 


2,3483 


1,939.7 


1,535.9 


3,060.0 


1,451.7 


557 3 


1,770.9 


1,577.1 


831 9 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 
MC.D 2 1 



1977 N 


293.1 


1,354.2 


2583 


1,866.5 


1,418.2 


1,153.9 


1,849.3 


1,132.3 


4607 


1,387.2 


1,184.0 


577.3 


D 


2922 


1,284.2 


256.3 


1,841.1 


1,466.2 


1,167.8 


1,920.9 


1,140.3 


4782 


1,424.5 


1.183.5 


565.8 


1978 J 


293.3 


1,297.1 


277.7 


1,852.9 


1,447.9 


1,182.1 


1,981.3 


1,148.6 


4875 


1,393.2 


1,223.6 


571.4 


F 


294.0 


1,326.5 


2923 


1,861.3 


1,480 4 


1,201 3 


2,024.0 


1.150.9 


485 1 


1,381 7 


1,231 7 


5995 


M 


2974 


1,268.3 


2893 


1,820.8 


1,502.2 


1,201 8 


2,001 4 


1,155.3 


4906 


1,370.0 


1.262.5 


5824 


A 


2994 


1,294.9 


2839 


1,807.5 


1,522.6 


1,198.7 


2,117 3 


1,171.4 


4936 


1,392.0 


1,265.8 


5876 


M 


300.8 


1,264.0 


2963 


1,819.4 


1,522.8 


1,208.0 


2,169.9 


1,191.4 


4944 


1,350.6 


1,260.4 


599 1 


J 


3006 


1,226.5 


291.3 


1,846.7 


1,535.8 


1,219.5 


2,1947 


1,196.7 


497 1 


1,472.4 


1,275.3 


604 7 


J 


2994 


1.2188 


2883 


1,842 7 


1,530.3 


1,219.0 


2,165 7 


1,206.9 


498.1 


1,417.4 


1,266 1 


6009 


A 


3030 


1,223.7 


2897 


1,893.5 


1,570.0 


1,208.0 


2,196.7 


1,223.3 


501 5 


1,413.3 


1,251.1 


612.3 


S 


308.4 


1,215.6 


2930 


1,893.1 


1,569.2 


1.225.6 


2,194.9 


1,211.1 


506 9 


1,474.3 


1.313.0 


591.0 


O 


3129 


1,225.5 


291.2 


1,895.8 


1,589.9 


1,230.5 


2,243.8 


1,219.2 


5097 


1,482.7 


1,330.8 


5883 


N 


3149 


1,251 8 


3038 


1,897.3 


1.614.3 


1,241.4 


2,282 5 


1,248.4 


5153 


1,473 7 


1,343.5 


611.4 


D 


311.6 


1,246.8 


307.8 


1,955.9 


1,626.7 


1,227 6 


2,378.2 


1,267.1 


5248 


1,480 2 


1,377.5 


6199 


1979 J 


3285 


1,295.5 


3174 


1,928.5 


1,669.7 


1,260.5 


2,5834 


1,302.5 


5086 


1.443 4 


1,396.7 


624.5 


F 


3340 


1,292.0 


324.0 


1,985.8 


1.678.8 


1,283.7 


2,614.4 


1,338.0 


521.8 


1,465.3 


1.429.8 


6333 


M 


341.3 


1,324.6 


3273 


2,012.1 


1,689.8 


1,332.7 


2,758.2 


1,357.8 


5359 


1.505.6 


1,394.3 


6604 


A 


351.2 


1,339.6 


325.9 


2,052.5 


1,738.9 


1,364.5 


2,799.1 


1.328.3 


5628 


1,439.5 


1.422.5 


6676 


M 


371.3 


1,314.1 


3394 


2,094.8 


1,786.3 


1,433.3 


2,961.1 


1,379.9 


5664 


1,586.5 


1,470.8 


6876 


J 


383.1 


1,356.4 


343.9 


2,1273 


1,832.8 


1,429.2 


3,008.2 


1,396.5 


575.1 


1,653.7 


1.448.9 


7132 


J 


3877 


1,348.0 


3557 


2,2167 


1,892.3 


1.450.4 


2,983 6 


1.439.8 


5842 


1,582.0 


1.481 1 


7432 


A 


3982 


1,375.8 


3523 


2,261.4 


1,924.6 


1,503.2 


3,031.9 


1,487.2 


5626 


1,617.9 


1.520.8 


776.7 


S 


3909 


1,425.0 


3608 


2,281.0 


1,944.8 


1,522.7 


2,987.9 


1,491.2 


562.3 


1,620.3 


1,584.6 


8825 


O 


3870 


1,444.5 


3672 


3,400.3 


1,972.5 


1,555.1 


3,044.1 


1,506.5 


5883 


1,780.1 


1.624.1 


8466 



1 Total inventories owned by manufacturers including warehouse stocks 

Note As of our June 1977 issue, all series have been revised and ad|usted to the 1974 Census of Manufactures 

Source: Inventories, Shipments and Orders in Manufacturing Industries (31-001), Statistics Canada. 



70 



January 1980 



Section 6— Table 4 



Table 4: Estimated value of shipments and unfilled orders in manufacturing industries, by economic use classification, 
based on the 1970 standard industrial classification (million dollars) 











Shipments 1 












Unfilled orders at end of month 




















Supple- 














Supple- 










Con- 






mentary 










Other 




mentary 










struction 


Other 




classifi- 








Con- 


inter- 




classifi- 




Consumer 


goods 


Machinery 


materials 


inter- 




cation 


Consumer 


goods 


Machinery 


struction 


mediate 


Export- 


cation: 


Annual 






and 


and 


mediate 


Export- 


auto- 






and 


materials 


goods 

and 


based 


auto- 


average 


Non- 




equip- 


compo- 


goods & 


based 


motive 


Non- 




equip- 


and com- 


indus- 


motive 


and month 


durable 


Durable 


ment 


nents 


supplies 


industries 


products 


durable 


Durable 


ment 


ponents 


supplies 


tries 


products 


D 


310397 


J 10398 


310399 


310400 


310401 


310402 


310403 


310413 


310414 


310415 


310416 


310417 


310418 


310419 


D 


310462 


310463 


310464 


310465 


310466 


310467 


310468 


310478 


310479 


310480 


310481 


310482 


310483 


310484 


1977 


2,610.5 


342.7 


749.7 


834.6 


2,565.3 


1,967.7 


1,873.1 


432.8 


226.7 


5,827.4 


1,809.2 


1,743.7 


438.4 


369.3 


1978 


3,0763 


400.1 


865.8 


970 .1 


3,0794 


2,351.8 


2,210 1 


4986 


272.8 


6,9786 


1,782.7 


2,178.8 


6893 


579.6 


Unadjusted for seasonal variation 
























1977 N 


2,7606 


390.7 


8132 


8836 


2,7589 


2,133.6 


2,110.4 


424.2 


2305 


6,0820 


1,715.1 


1,758.4 


403.6 


362.7 


D 


2,770.1 


3260 


814.3 


7282 


2,442.2 


1,935.2 


1,878.3 


4405 


217.8 


5,985.8 


1,627.4 


1,808.3 


443.2 


3873 


1978 J 


2,593.1 


303.7 


6966 


704.8 


2,617.1 


1,939.8 


1,942.7 


444.4 


242.4 


6,206.2 


1,667.4 


1,907.4 


531.4 


418.2 


F 


2,723 1 


3405 


758.4 


756 1 


2,7229 


1,973.8 


1,949.4 


447.9 


247.2 


6,314.7 


1,676.7 


2,004.7 


545.8 


461.6 


M 


2,933.3 


373.8 


9094 


903.8 


3,1739 


2,481.1 


2,282.8 


4838 


2453 


6,475.4 


1,766.5 


2,0657 


653.9 


530.1 


A 


2,761.0 


3682 


8337 


893.0 


3,084.3 


2,336.7 


2,077.7 


506.7 


233.4 


6,683 9 


1,757.6 


2,127.1 


665.4 


556.6 


M 


3,050.3 


393.2 


867.2 


1,042.7 


3,306.2 


2,538.8 


2,309.8 


5436 


243.8 


6,788.0 


1,750.6 


2,175.7 


644.8 


532.6 


J 


3,185.6 


414.3 


945.5 


1,157.4 


3,330.4 


2,658.5 


2,421.8 


553.7 


257.2 


6,8507 


1,850.5 


2,094.1 


694.9 


531.1 


J 


2,9402 


348.8 


754.2 


9623 


2,711.6 


1,981.0 


1,787.3 


519.2 


278.5 


6,9072 


1,895.1 


2,176.3 


627.1 


5389 


A 


3,254.7 


411.6 


748.1 


1,064.9 


2,858.4 


1,995.1 


1,835.1 


495.8 


2998 


6,993.8 


1,870.1 


2,162.6 


6450 


615.3 


S 


3,341.5 


472.1 


9439 


1,088.6 


3,248.4 


2,525.9 


2,331.6 


503.6 


305.7 


7,354.5 


1,834.8 


2,322.4 


762.0 


628.8 


O 


3,3932 


483.2 


9339 


1,119.5 


3,373.6 


2,700.7 


2,519.5 


4996 


317.8 


7,582.2 


1,829.7 


2,331.6 


755.9 


6669 


N 


3,459.4 


472.7 


975.9 


1,080.3 


3,458.3 


2,691.8 


2,657.9 


4952 


309.0 


7,6885 


1,784.3 


2,358.9 


853.3 


717.1 


D 


3,280.2 


419.4 


1,022.3 


8677 


3,067.5 


2,398.7 


2,406.2 


490.3 


2938 


7,897.7 


1,708.7 


2,418.8 


892.0 


758.1 


1979 J 


3,199.7 


370.3 


880.5 


818.3 


3,363.5 


2,608.7 


2,569.4 


493.2 


343.1 


8,0427 


1,824.6 


2,621.6 


943.6 


843.2 


F 


3,248.5 


407.5 


9657 


875.4 


3,312.2 


2,467.8 


2,422.7 


5035 


352.4 


8,412 1 


1,917.5 


2,672.7 


9672 


907.3 


M 


3,478.3 


476.0 


1,173.2 


1,038.3 


3,824.6 


3,002.4 


2,681.2 


536.7 


350.6 


8,7243 


2,041.8 


2,731.8 


1,016.8 


8890 


A 


3,2673 


435.0 


1,025.9 


1,003.4 


3,587.0 


2,683.9 


2,337.0 


568.6 


346 2 


9,043.5 


2,069.5 


2,715.3 


1,025.5 


874.4 


M 


3,490.5 


487.0 


1,114.3 


1,177.6 


3,890.8 


2,994.1 


2,656.2 


581.2 


350.8 


9,261.6 


2,141.0 


2,834.5 


9957 


853.4 


J 


3,6864 


510.4 


1,147.6 


1,265 8 


3,730.8 


2,831.6 


2,555.7 


558.8 


357.5 


9,706.9 


2,146.9 


2,718.7 


9573 


8169 


J 


3,543.9 


4257 


9632 


1,136.2 


3,206.3 


2,346.7 


2,166.0 


544.9 


3804 


9,778.4 


2,111.4 


2,711.7 


9820 


877.4 


A 


3,766.2 


480.0 


1,008.9 


1,227.2 


3,461.5 


2,323.8 


2,028.3 


5180 


399.4 


9,817 3 


2,184.1 


2,759.9 


999.1 


918.2 


S 


3,790.1 


563.7 


1,147.7 


1,274.9 


3,683.7 


2,662.8 


2,457.9 


496.0 


377.7 


9,813.0 


2,056.6 


2,719.5 


9826 


904 2 


O 


3,929.0 


581.3 


1,218.6 


1,345.3 


3,981.8 


3,033.3 


2,738.6 


4894 


357.1 


9,607.3 


2,104.7 


2,807.0 


1,041.4 


8755 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 
M.C.D 2 3 3 



1977 N 


2,670.2 


3539 


7908 


838.6 


2,684.2 


2,044. 1 


1,941.0 


441 8 


225.3 


6,1632 


1,740.9 


1,825.2 


403.3 


372.2 


D 


2,796.4 


348.8 


776.3 


823.9 


2,6623 


2,098.9 


1,951.9 


4600 


2257 


6,116.1 


1,692.4 


1,868.7 


462.2 


387.5 


1978 J 


2,835.6 


356.7 


796.1 


8572 


2,781.2 


2,104.2 


1,981.8 


467.6 


227.3 


6,2648 


1,697.3 


1,910.3 


507.1 


3979 


F 


2,855.5 


369.0 


7959 


868.3 


2,849.5 


2,120 4 


2,0088 


473.7 


2352 


6,262.9 


1,707.1 


1,973.7 


5260 


436.4 


M 


2,879.0 


366.4 


807.7 


9078 


2,897.7 


2,2008 


2,0266 


499 1 


2405 


6,395.8 


1,767.2 


2,0224 


578.8 


5034 


A 


2,918.8 


3827 


819.1 


9287 


3,0609 


2,208.0 


2,055.8 


481.9 


242.6 


6,557.8 


1,762.1 


2,050.9 


611.3 


539.0 


M 


2,9775 


387.5 


829.2 


9579 


2,991 4 


2,255.9 


2,0763 


492.3 


2556 


6,787.3 


1,719.6 


2,136.4 


608.0 


513.3 


J 


3,063.2 


3949 


850.8 


1,023.0 


3,0625 


2,346.1 


2,225.9 


501.1 


271.0 


6,856 1 


1,823.0 


2,084.6 


721.1 


549.8 


J 


3,035.4 


386.7 


870.2 


981.1 


3,104.0 


2,318.8 


2,197.2 


4969 


2890 


6.929.7 


1,873.1 


2,164.6 


652.1 


558.0 


A 


3,132.4 


407.4 


810.0 


9982 


2,995.0 


2,367.4 


2,255.9 


504.6 


2979 


6,8970 


1,818.5 


2,127.4 


707.6 


630.5 


S 


3,224.4 


4248 


926.5 


1,029.3 


3,216.3 


2,577.0 


2,388.3 


5239 


301 4 


7,351.1 


1,812.2 


2,360.4 


841.5 


671.4 


O 


3,284.0 


4326 


951.6 


1,031.3 


3,290 1 


2,5506 


2,3952 


5168 


3094 


7,635.8 


1,819.5 


2,408.7 


809.3 


701.4 


N 


3,353.0 


428.4 


948.4 


1,018.4 


3,350.4 


2,585.1 


2,450.3 


515.7 


302.5 


7,799.0 


1,807.9 


2,455.4 


857.0 


741.3 


D 


3,372.4 


457.6 


988.5 


1,010.7 


3,454.1 


2,653.8 


2,554.8 


512.7 


3045 


8,0933 


1,780.7 


2,506.2 


9363 


761.7 


1979 J 


3,439.4 


4280 


988.3 


9664 


3,484.8 


2,7597 


2,502.0 


519.3 


321.7 


8,126.4 


1,858.8 


2,6268 


900.8 


801.7 


F 


3,405.7 


441.0 


1,014.4 


1,007.3 


3,4667 


2,657.1 


2,4982 


5324 


335.6 


8,3437 


1,954.6 


2,631 4 


929.6 


8556 


M 


3,452.4 


471.7 


1,051.6 


1,070.7 


3,554.6 


2,712.5 


2,470.2 


553.1 


344.6 


8,609.8 


2,045.1 


2,672.7 


8979 


8429 


A 


3,430.7 


447.1 


1,009.6 


1,022.5 


3,513.7 


2,504.6 


2,268.6 


540.7 


3609 


8,861.0 


2,074.9 


2,612.6 


9387 


844.8 


M 


3,382.5 


478.0 


1,059.7 


1,079.7 


3,478.8 


2,649.5 


2,400.9 


5259 


368 1 


9,256.1 


2,102.6 


2,783.3 


935.6 


819.4 


J 


3,592.1 


4947 


1,036.1 


1,141.7 


3,5093 


2,534.6 


2,374.1 


505.8 


376.7 


9,7030 


2,115.2 


2,704.6 


991.5 


843.9 


J 


3,606.7 


464.8 


1,110.4 


1,144.7 


3,606.8 


2,715.5 


2,628.2 


521.8 


3947 


9,809.8 


2,0888 


2,695.5 


1,020.3 


9069 


A 


3,644.2 


475.9 


1,094.9 


1,155.4 


3,667.8 


2,778.7 


2,486.3 


527.4 


396.0 


9,682.7 


2,122 7 


2,716.5 


1,099.1 


942.0 


S 


3,717.0 


516.7 


1,134.9 


1,222.0 


3,702.1 


2,744.1 


2,592.2 


515.8 


371.9 


9,813.0 


2,0304 


2,764.9 


1,086.9 


968.3 


O 


3,740.7 


512.5 


1,218.2 


1,200.3 


3,787.1 


2,792.7 


2,483.6 


506.3 


347.6 


9,684.8 


2,091.7 


2,901.0 


1,117.4 


922 .1 



'Because the supplementary classification for automative products consist of industries which are also included in the appropriate economic use group this series is inclusive of 

those aggregated for the Canada total. 

Note: As of our June 1977 issue, all series have been revised and ad|usted to the 1974 Census of Manufactures 

Source: Inventories, Shipments and Orders in Manufacturing Industries (31-001), Statistics Canada. 



71 



Section 6-Table 5 



January 1980 



Table 5: Estimated value of inventories owned and raw materials in manufacturing industries, by economic use classification, 
based on the 1970 standard industrial classification (million dollars) 









Inventories owned 










Inventories 


held: raw 


materials 




















Supple- 










Other 




Supple- 










Con- 


Other 




mentary 








Con- 


inter- 




mentary 




Consumer 


goods 


Machinery 


struction 


inter- 




classifi- 


Consumer 


goods 


Machinery 


struction 


mediate 


Export 


classifi- 


Annual 






and 
equip- 


materials 
and com- 


mediate 
goods & 


Export- 
based 


cation: 
automotive 






and 
equip- 


materials 
and com- 


goods 
and 


based 
Indus- < 


cation: 


average 


Non- 




Non- 




automotive 


and month 


durable 


Durable 


ment 


ponents 


supplies 


industries 


products 


durable 


Durable 


ment 


ponents 


supplies 


tries 


products 


D 


310456 


310446 


310457 


310458 


310449 


310459 


310460 


310421 


310422 


310423 


310424 


310425 


310426 


310427 


D 


310521 


310511 


310522 


310523 


310514 


310524 


310525 


310486 


310487 


310488 


310489 


310490 


310491 


310492 


1977 


4,362.9 


967.5 


2,284 1 


1,843.1 


5,227.6 


3,312.2 


2,640.0 


1,912.4 


413.3 


941.7 


8663 


2,246.0 


1,187.1 


858.1 


1978 


4,713.5 


9807 


2,770.1 


2,025.7 


5,6968 


3,4708 


2,942.9 


2,024 6 


434.6 


1,025.6 


943.5 


2,516.4 


1,227.7 


985.6 


Unadjusted for seasonal variation 
























1977 N 


4,461.1 


939.4 


2,452.8 


1,799.2 


5,326.4 


3,547.1 


2,7999 


1,941.0 


404.8 


951.6 


857.8 


2,329.6 


1,302.3 


926.3 


D 


4,422.0 


9438 


2,512.0 


1,866.3 


5,569 8 


3,4394 


2,8294 


1,931.7 


404.8 


977.9 


8826 


2,460.9 


1,290.9 


956.2 


1978 J 


4,464.3 


956.1 


2,542.9 


1,899.7 


5,632.1 


3,520.1 


2,8632 


1,900.3 


408.5 


977.0 


889.4 


2,396.7 


1,278.2 


934.3 


F 


4,544.6 


990.8 


2,629.9 


1,961.2 


5,7270 


3,640.7 


2,918.5 


1,920.3 


4288 


1,001.1 


9075 


2,396.5 


1,290.7 


954.7 


M 


4,610.2 


985.6 


2,681 3 


2,037.6 


5,678.3 


3,509.9 


2,875.2 


1,980.7 


425.7 


1,010.8 


927.2 


2,360 1 


1,239.9 


953.2 


A 


4,717.3 


995.0 


2,7685 


2,071.3 


5,621.4 


3,470.2 


2,948.0 


2,019.6 


423.9 


1,005.8 


9293 


2,376.1 


1,175.8 


958.9 


M 


4,665.4 


1,020.3 


2,763 1 


2,095.6 


5,5799 


3,3490 


2,860.4 


2,048.8 


432.5 


1,006.7 


949.7 


2,385.9 


1,135.4 


961.7 


J 


4,814.8 


1,012.6 


2,799.4 


2,100.4 


5,589.4 


3,287.3 


2,949.8 


2,118.0 


430.3 


1,009.6 


950.3 


2,463.9 


1,144.5 


1,034.5 


J 


4,694.9 


971.2 


2,7538 


2,031.6 


5,574.1 


3,270.9 


2,884.6 


2,059.2 


431.8 


1,023.6 


954.0 


2,5065 


1,176.6 


951.5 


A 


4,735.0 


971.4 


2,757.8 


2,033.3 


5,661 6 


3,411.5 


2,9679 


2,053.7 


4468 


1,019.3 


964.5 


2,575.2 


1,219.7 


996.3 


S 


4,8297 


942.6 


2,808.0 


2,0035 


5,627.6 


3,454.7 


3,003.0 


2,058.6 


437.2 


1,035.7 


946 1 


2,574.9 


1,215.7 


1,021.4 





4,810.5 


942.7 


2,8695 


1,983.4 


5,683.0 


3,5148 


2,9802 


2,030.1 


440.4 


1,043.4 


952.0 


2,5859 


1,258.5 


1,010.2 


N 


4,843.7 


981.9 


2,934.9 


2,0052 


5,875.6 


3,591.2 


3,0096 


2,0438 


447.3 


1,062.8 


958.3 


2,722.7 


1,284.0 


1,002.2 


D 


4,831.9 


998.2 


2,932.1 


2,085.3 


6,111.2 


3,628.9 


3,054.1 


2,062.7 


461.6 


1.111.5 


993.5 


2,852 1 


1,313.8 


1,048.2 


1979 J 


4,959.2 


1,045.3 


3,0932 


2,192.5 


6,236.7 


3,805.2 


3,176.6 


2,102.3 


476.6 


1,129.8 


1,025.4 


2,810.4 


1,323.1 


1,041.5 


F 


5,067.8 


1,083.2 


3,173.5 


2,258.1 


6,364 .1 


3,937.3 


3,310.6 


2,168 3 


496.6 


1,154.4 


1,037.7 


2,784.8 


1,362.0 


1,082.4 


M 


5,278.7 


1,123.5 


3,364.2 


2,340.4 


6,425.5 


3,990.4 


3,4257 


2,247.0 


511.4 


1,218.4 


1,088.4 


2.799.8 


1,337.4 


1,123.2 


A 


5,265.3 


1,152.4 


3,390.1 


2,396.9 


6,3989 


3,8987 


3,364.3 


2,271.8 


519.4 


1,227.9 


1,124.7 


2,819.1 


1,277.0 


1,080.4 


M 


5,447.5 


1,204.5 


3,541.6 


2,452.8 


6,518.1 


3,8378 


3,481.1 


2,360.4 


541.3 


1,334.1 


1,158.5 


2,9505 


1,194.5 


1,153.7 


J 


5,580.8 


1,247.0 


3,597.0 


2,457.2 


6,577.2 


3,814.1 


3,507.9 


2,409.2 


558.9 


1,368.8 


1,158.3 


3,0028 


1,249 7 


1,203 8 


J 


5,552.6 


1,240.5 


3,632.4 


2,453.3 


6,7620 


3,7527 


3.3955 


2,451.0 


581.6 


1,347.2 


1,180.4 


3,175.0 


1,282.9 


1,157.7 


A 


5,562.5 


1,274.5 


3,731.7 


2,454.5 


6,9272 


3,903.9 


3.527.8 


2,4657 


606 1 


1.400.4 


1,211 3 


3,290.2 


1,390.2 


1,232.9 


S 


5,556.3 


1,359.2 


3,803.8 


2,442.5 


6,995.1 


4,079.3 


3,442.1 


2,399.4 


6474 


1,423.5 


1,208 6 


3,359.5 


1,464.2 


1,189.3 





5,709.5 


1,315.7 


3,891.0 


2,4007 


7,104.8 


4,236.9 


3.615.6 


2,575.1 


615.4 


1,434.0 


1,215.1 


3,3897 


1,504.8 


1.357.1 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D. 1 1 1 



1977 N 


4,523.4 


9654 


2,459.6 


1,882.9 


5,3403 


3,475.4 


2,799.2 


1,971.4 


4094 


968.5 


8808 


2,268.2 


1,256.8 


9195 


D 


4,527.0 


9555 


2,522 1 


1,916.6 


5,433.6 


3,3883 


2,831 1 


1,963.5 


4023 


9788 


891.7 


2,329.8 


1,221.4 


927.2 


1978 J 


4,556.5 


958.2 


2,563.4 


1,909 2 


5,4934 


3,4437 


2,8564 


1,955.9 


411.8 


9780 


8980 


2,353.7 


1,228 8 


929.8 


F 


4,624.0 


9674 


2,6076 


1,940.6 


5,5955 


3,543 1 


2.896 4 


1,997.4 


426.3 


9999 


908 1 


2,4065 


1,264.4 


9764 


M 


4,586.3 


9605 


2,638.0 


1,981.5 


5,580.1 


3,4396 


2,795.0 


1,980.8 


4197 


1,003.6 


921 7 


2,424.2 


1,242.6 


951.3 


A 


4,642.0 


966.3 


2,709.7 


1,991.3 


5,561 2 


3,4762 


2,9088 


1,988.8 


424.1 


1,003 5 


921.9 


2,449.3 


1,223.2 


9570 


M 


4,607.8 


9844 


2,735.0 


2,028.2 


5,6327 


3,4547 


2,915.1 


2,008.2 


4304 


1,000.6 


9456 


2,464.8 


1,210.7 


991.5 


J 


4,661.2 


989.7 


2,783.7 


2,041.0 


5,6629 


3,412.9 


2,9645 


2,026.7 


434.1 


1,011.2 


9402 


2,5089 


1,203.1 


1,015.8 


J 


4,648.8 


9787 


2,7840 


2,027.5 


5,675.1 


3,408.2 


2,9852 


2,008.0 


4333 


1,017.0 


941.1 


2,514 1 


1,223.7 


991.7 


A 


4,696.9 


991 


2,7965 


2,0534 


5,747.5 


3,451.6 


2,955.4 


2,023.8 


444 1 


1,018 1 


949.4 


2,5649 


1,233.8 


998 1 


S 


4,819.2 


9754 


2,848.3 


2,0462 


5,760.6 


3,4432 


2,986.2 


2,065.5 


438.7 


1,029 5 


9476 


2,570.0 


1,206.4 


1,005.3 


O 


4,875.9 


9786 


2,892.5 


2,059.3 


5,8057 


3,4830 


3,001.1 


2,068.2 


441 6 


1,054.3 


9627 


2,5757 


1,212.7 


997.4 


N 


4,912.0 


1,007.9 


2,9383 


2,0994 


5,8837 


3,516.2 


3,0084 


2,076.4 


453 1 


1,082.0 


984 5 


2,650.2 


1,238.0 


995.0 


D 


4,958.4 


1,008.5 


2,9437 


2,145.8 


5,956.6 


3,5726 


3,0590 


2,101.5 


4587 


1,113.1 1,004.9 


2,6987 


1,242.8 


1,0182 


1979 J 


5,064.5 


1,047.7 


3,120.1 


2,2096 


6,0853 


3,721.0 


3,170.6 


2,167.1 


4804 


1,131.3 1 


036.4 


2,760.7 


1,271.6 


1,037.0 


F 


5,157.8 


1,058.3 


3,148.7 


2,236.1 


6,223.2 


3,8287 


3,285 .1 


2,258.2 


4934 


1,153.2 1 


039.0 


2,7969 


1,333.7 


1,108.6 


M 


5,253.4 


1,096.0 


3,314.2 


2,277.6 


6,3272 


3,908.0 


3,330.4 


2,2504 


5038 


1,209 4 1 


081 6 


2,8757 


1,340.1 


1,123.3 


A 


5,181.4 


1,121.2 


3,3232 


2,3092 


6,3430 


3,9007 


3,319 8 


2,2374 


5195 


1,225.1 1 


115.7 


2,9054 


1,328.5 


1,078 3 


M 


5,380.3 


1,164.0 


3,511.7 


2,374.8 


6,5884 


3,951.2 


3,546.4 


2,311 7 


5386 


1,326.1 1 


1527 


3,049.6 


1,274.0 


1,188.7 


J 


5,402.5 


1,220.9 


3,583.5 


2,3898 


6,6654 


3,948.8 


3,518.2 


2,3030 


564.1 


1,371.0 1 


145.7 


3,056.3 


1,313.4 


1,179.1 


J 


5,496.6 


1,251.3 


3,671.7 


2,4444 


6,878.6 


3,9048 


3,501.3 


2,390 1 


5842 


1,338.3 1 


164 4 


3,185.2 


1.335.1 


1,208.4 


A 


5,516.2 


1,300.5 


3,781.5 


2,471.2 


7,028.0 


3,948.2 


3,508.5 


2,428.6 


602.8 


1,399.3 1 


192 


3,2787 


1,406.5 


1,235.0 


S 


5,544.2 


1,404.2 


3,850.1 


2,491.0 


7,153 6 


4,065.5 


3,421.0 


2.4059 


649 5 


1,415.0 1 


2109 


3,3538 


1.454.4 


1,1694 


O 


5,791.1 


1.364.8 


3,9205 


2,4843 


7,251 5 


4,204 7 


3,6435 


2,624 7 


6170 


1,449.2 1 


2292 


3,377.9 


1.449.8 


1,340 8 



Note: As of our June 1977 issue, all series have been revised and ad|usted to the 1974 Census of Manufactures 
Source: Inventories, Shipments and Orders in Manufacturing Industries (31-001), Statistics Canada. 



72 



January 1980 



Section 6-Table 6 



Table 6: Estimated value of goods in process and finished products in manufacturing industries, by economic use classification, 
based on the 1970 standard industrial classification (million dollars) 



Inventories held 








Goods in process 










Finished product: 










Consumer 


goods 


Machinery 
and 
equip- 
ment 


Con- 
struction 
materials 
and com- 
ponents 


Other 
inter- 
mediate 
goods & 
supplies 


Export- 
based 
industries 


Supple- 
mentary 
classifi- 
cation: 
automotive 
products 


Consumer 


goods 


Machinery 
and 
equip- 
ment 


Con- 
struction 
materials 
and com- 
ponents 


Other 
inter- 
mediate 
goods 
and 
supplies 


Export- 
based 
indus- 
tries 


Supple- 
mentary 
classifi- 


average 
and month 


Non- 
durable 


Durable 


Non- 
durable 


Durable 


automotive 
products 


D 
D 


310429 
310494 


310430 
310495 


310431 
310496 


310432 
310497 


310433 
310498 


310434 
310499 


310435 
310500 


310437 

310502 


310438 
310503 


310439 
310504 


310440 
310505 


310441 
310506 


310442 
310507 


310443 
310508 


1977 
1978 


518.5 
574.6 


160.9 
175.0 


1,460.5 
1,822.4 


678.9 

738.1 


1,009.9 
1,098.8 


1,061.9 
1,139.5 


692.7 
7829 


1,931.8 
2,114.2 


393.2 
371.2 


491.6 
544 5 


584.9 
658.3 


1,971.7 
2,081.5 


1,063.1 
1,103.5 


1,089.1 
1,174.3 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1977 N 


554.0 


161.6 


1,594 6 


7020 


1,016.7 


1,120.9 


762.1 


1,966.0 


372.9 


4992 


560.0 


1,980.1 


1,123.8 


1,111.4 


D 


552.5 


164.9 


1,605.3 


673.6 


1,042 


1,129.7 


786.2 


1,937.7 


374.1 


506.5 


582.6 


2,066.8 


1,018.7 


1,086.9 


1978 J 


5635 


166.9 


1,672 8 


6758 


1,086 7 


1,155.8 


8056 


2,0004 


380.7 


507.3 


618.8 


2,148.6 


1,086.0 


1,123.2 


F 


555.6 


173.6 


1,716.1 


709.7 


1,101.8 


1,165.1 


785.6 


2,0687 


3883 


521.6 


640.5 


2,228.6 


1,184.8 


1,178.1 


M 


548.4 


168.5 


1,740.9 


7068 


1,072.6 


1,146.6 


768.9 


2,081.0 


391 3 


554.3 


682.0 


2,245.6 


1,123.4 


1,153.0 


A 


565.2 


175.0 


1,795.0 


739.4 


1,083.7 


1,116.5 


767.1 


2,132.4 


3959 


581.8 


707.4 


2,161.5 


1,177.8 


1,221.9 


M 


544.5 


179.2 


1,795 


7492 


1,085.1 


1,066.1 


728.0 


2,072.0 


408.6 


580.4 


720.0 


2,108 7 


1,147.5 


1,170.6 


J 


556.8 


178.6 


1,806.7 


764 6 


1,080 4 


1,054.5 


732.9 


2,139.9 


4036 


573.2 


712.2 


2,045.0 


1,088.2 


1,182.4 


J 


554.4 


170.5 


1,790.5 


7674 


1,071.2 


1,045.0 


7242 


2,081.3 


3687 


548.5 


6592 


1,996.3 


1,049.2 


1,208.9 


A 


573.3 


183 1 


1,834.0 


7673 


1,100.3 


1,100.4 


7604 


2,107.9 


341.5 


519.8 


638.3 


1,986.0 


1,091.2 


1,211.1 


S 


585.4 


172.4 


1,894.9 


751.7 


1,121.4 


1,157.4 


805.1 


2,185.6 


332.9 


523.2 


633.4 


1,931.2 


1,081.6 


1,176.4 


O 


607.5 


172.0 


1,935.2 


7664 


1,129.1 


1,192.4 


824.0 


2,172.9 


3302 


5322 


606.1 


1,968.0 


1,063.8 


1,145.9 


N 


621.3 


180.1 


1,955.8 


761.0 


1,127.0 


1,214.7 


841.1 


2,178.6 


354.3 


556.1 


628.5 


2,0259 


1,092.4 


1,166.2 


D 


619.9 


179.7 


1,931.6 


6979 


1,125.8 


1,259.0 


851.6 


2,149.3 


3569 


5354 


653.1 


2,133.2 


1,056.0 


1,154.2 


1979 J 


658.8 


186.3 


2,040.3 


735.1 


1,188.0 


1,305.0 


877.7 


2,198.1 


382.4 


576.9 


696.1 


2,2383 


1,177.0 


1,257.3 


F 


657.4 


184.8 


2,087.0 


777.4 


1,218.2 


1,302.1 


885.6 


2,242.1 


401.8 


590.6 


743.5 


2,361.1 


1,273.2 


1,342.6 


M 


661.2 


193 7 


2,179.7 


732.6 


1,230.5 


1,326.7 


898.2 


2,370.4 


418.4 


617.3 


779.4 


2,3952 


1,326.3 


1,404.3 


A 


6473 


201.0 


2,238.9 


723.3 


1,265.6 


1,255.2 


8643 


2,3462 


432.0 


5973 


789.4 


2,314.2 


1,366.5 


1,419.6 


M 


6873 


209.6 


2,281 6 


7568 


1,277.6 


1,184.5 


8362 


2,399.8 


4536 


613.7 


801.3 


2,290.0 


1,458.7 


1,491.3 


J 


701.4 


213.1 


2,313.8 


7809 


1,303.5 


1,104.8 


788.5 


2,470.3 


475.0 


6146 


7844 


2,2709 


1,459.6 


1,515.6 


J 


6723 


219.2 


2,377.9 


793.0 


1,329.8 


1,112.5 


751.7 


2,429.2 


4396 


6496 


757.0 


2,257.2 


1,357.4 


1,486.1 


A 


6727 


2286 


2,420.0 


784.0 


1,348.5 


1,200.5 


8363 


2,424.1 


439.8 


641.0 


7324 


2,2886 


1,313.2 


1,458.7 


S 


707.9 


260.5 


2,438.4 


780.7 


1,340 5 


1,245.7 


826.2 


2,449.0 


451.3 


662.2 


721.0 


2,295.1 


1,369.4 


1,426.6 


O 


709.2 


251.0 


2,479.0 


7774 


1,361.1 


1,351.8 


889.7 


2,425.2 


449.3 


694.7 


693.9 


2,3540 


1,380.3 


1,368.8 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 
M.C.D. 2 2 1 



1977 N 


5554 


161 2 


1,565.3 


700.0 


1,028.8 


1,098.0 


731.3 


1,996.6 


3948 


504 6 


606.3 


2,043.3 


1,120.6 


1,148.4 


D 


552.5 


164 9 


1,614.8 


721.5 


1,051.1 


1,090.1 


749.0 


2,011.0 


3883 


518.5 


609.9 


2,0527 


1,076.8 


1,154.9 


1978 J 


551.2 


1660 


1,694.3 


699.5 


1,055.0 


1,108.5 


772.6 


2,0494 


3804 


512.3 


619.5 


2,084.7 


1,106.4 


1,154.0 


F 


538.4 


168.2 


1,712.5 


717.9 


1,086.0 


1,117.6 


761.8 


2,088.2 


372.9 


519.4 


627.2 


2,103.0 


1,161.1 


1,158.2 


M 


540.1 


167.4 


1,731.3 


712.3 


1,064.0 


1,092.5 


731 8 


2,065.4 


373.4 


5373 


638.8 


2,091 9 


1,104.5 


1,111.9 


A 


544.3 


173 6 


1,786.3 


722.9 


1,075.8 


1,111.0 


757.0 


2,108.9 


3686 


554.1 


655.2 


2,036.1 


1,142.0 


1,194.8 


M 


534.1 


178 3 


1,802.0 


721 2 


1,086.3 


1,102.1 


751.2 


2,065.5 


3757 


561 


6697 


2,081.6 


1,141.9 


1,172.4 


J 


5509 


179.9 


1,820.6 


7508 


1,091.5 


1,119.2 


770.5 


2,083.6 


3757 


550.1 


6720 


2,0625 


1,090.6 


1,178.2 


J 


577.7 


176.3 


1,817.0 


7608 


1,086.1 


1,118.4 


8094 


2,063.1 


369.1 


554.5 


663.1 


2,074.9 


1,066.1 


1,184.1 


A 


608.5 


183.8 


1,848.5 


752.7 


1,101.4 


1,143.2 


802.2 


2,064.6 


363 1 


5394 


667.7 


2,081.2 


1,074.6 


1,155.1 


S 


6030 


173.3 


1,882 6 


751.0 


1,122.5 


1,169.5 


8143 


2,150.7 


3634 


544.6 


671.6 


2,068.1 


1,067.3 


1,166.6 


O 


614.2 


174.3 


1,910.4 


761.2 


1,144.7 


1,186.3 


810.5 


2,193 5 


3627 


550.9 


655.7 


2,085.3 


1,084.0 


1,193.2 


N 


621.7 


179.6 


1,921.4 


758.8 


1,141.0 


1,189.8 


808.3 


2,213.9 


3752 


561.7 


680.9 


2,092.5 


1,088.4 


1,205.1 


D 


618.7 


179.6 


1,941.6 


747.4 


1,136.7 


1,214.7 


811.2 


2,238.2 


370.2 


549.1 


685.1 


2,121.2 


1,115.1 


1,229.6 


1979 J 


644.3 


185.1 


2,065.1 


761.5 


1,152.8 


1,250.7 


840.6 


2,253.1 


382.2 


582.7 


697.0 


2,171.8 


1,198.7 


1,293.0 


F 


637.3 


178.8 


2,081.4 


786.2 


1,199.7 


1,248.2 


8570 


2,2623 


386.1 


588.5 


727.8 


2,226.6 


1,246.8 


1,319.5 


M 


651.8 


192.5 


2,168.0 


738.7 


1,220.5 


1,263.2 


853.8 


2,351 2 


3997 


598.5 


7296 


2,231.0 


1,304.7 


1,353.3 


A 


623 5 


199.5 


2,225.8 


707.1 


1,256.7 


1,248.3 


8526 


2,320.5 


4022 


568.5 


730.4 


2,180.9 


1,323.9 


1,388.9 


M 


675.1 


208.4 


2,2906 


728.3 


1,278.9 


1,225.6 


863.3 


2,393.5 


417.0 


593.0 


745.0 


2,259.9 


1,451.6 


1,494.4 


J 


6944 


214.5 


2,332.9 


767.2 


1,317.1 


1,173.6 


8289 


2,405. 1 


4423 


589.7 


739.4 


2,2920 


1,461.8 


1,510.2 


J 


700.8 


227 


2,414.4 


786.7 


1,348.5 


1,191.0 


840.1 


2,405.7 


440.1 


6562 


761.4 


2,344.9 


1,378.7 


1,452.8 


A 


714.3 


229.7 


2,440.3 


7689 


1,350.6 


1,248.6 


883.9 


2,373.3 


468.0 


6650 


7667 


2,398.7 


1,293.1 


1,389.6 


S 


7293 


262.0 


2,4236 


780.0 


1,342.0 


1,259.0 


836.4 


2,409.0 


492.7 


690.0 


765.0 


2,457.8 


1,352.1 


1,415.2 


O 


716.7 


254.4 


2,447.9 


772.1 


1,379.7 


1,344.7 


8748 


2,449.7 


4934 


719.3 


751.4 


2,493.9 


1,410.2 


1,427.9 



Note: As of our June 1977 issue, all series have been revised and adjusted to the 1974 Census of Manufactures 
Source: Inventories, Shipments and Orders in Manufacturing Industries (31-001), Statistics Canada. 



73 



Section 6-Tables 7 and 8 
Table 7: Tobacco and beverages 



January 1980 





























Beverages 
















Tobacco 












































Product 


on 






























Production! ol tobacco products 
















Distil- 
leries 










Domestic 








Stocks,6 






















Ex-warehoused5 




indus- 
trial 




distil- 








Cut tobacco 






Cut tobacco 


leries 






Ciga- 
rettes 


Cigars 






Ciga- 
rettes 


Cigars 






Ciga- 
rettes 


Cigars . 


Beer 


alcohol 

(ethyl) 


Bottled 
spirits 


& bond 


Year 


Fine cut2 


Other3 


Fine cut2 


Other3 


warehouse 


























Million 








monir 




Millions 




Thousand 


pounds 


Millions 




Thousand 


pounds 


Millions 




gallons 


Million 


proof gallons 




D 


2082 


2083 


2089 


2090 


2091 


2092 


2093 


2094 


2095 


2096 


2085 


2086 


2087 


2088 


1977 




65,464 


460 


14,329 


1,885 


61,786 


464.8 


13,918 


1,907 


964.5 


10.6 


457.8 


88.23 


44.47 


420.50 


1978 




62,070 


448 


12,605 


1,962 


61,608 


439.4 


12,478 


1,887 


982.7 


12.2 


455.5 


7665 


37.05 


398.70 


1977 


D 


4,709 


36 


1,010 


142 


5.788 


45.4 


1,221 


176 


68.5 


1.3 


37.2 


7.19 


7.23 


420.50 


1978 


J 


5,518 


39 


1,157 


241 


3,437 


28.8 


832 


144 


63.1 


1.0 


28.8 


6.34 


2.94 


410.40 




F 


5,724 


44 


1,132 


159 


4,184 


26.1 


1,013 


131 


76.7 


1.0 


27.6 


7.76 


2.84 


411.32 




M 


6,417 


40 


1,311 


158 


5,289 


34.6 


1,175 


155 


86.5 


1.0 


37.1 


7.46 


2.88 


411.94 




A 


5,537 


40 


1,193 


179 


4,104 


32.6 


926 


144 


859 


1.4 


37.9 


3.51 


2.53 


408.89 




M 


5,095 


36 


1,279 


143 


5,619 


420 


1,163 


176 


87.1 


1.0 


446 


5.44 


2.91 


406.53 




J 


5,509 


40 


1,093 


216 


5,824 


41.8 


1,162 


170 


118.0 


1.0 


45.0 


4.35 


3.04 


390.93 




J 


1,850 


12 


292 


43 


5,357 


41.9 


983 


169 


87.3 


1.3 


42.3 


3.17 


1.29 


401.74 




A 


4,716 


38 


1,188 


170 


5,624 


40.4 


991 


154 


91.9 


1.0 


42.5 


4.45 


3.68 


399.01 




S 


5,764 


42 


1,066 


174 


5,230 


354 


996 


148 


93.3 


1.1 


369 


771 


3.76 


397.98 




O 


5,503 


41 


1,202 


186 


5,402 


365 


1,007 


168 


78.1 


1.0 


362 


8.86 


3.97 


397 18 




N 


5,794 


47 


1,055 


188 


5,578 


403 


1,150 


165 


73.7 


1.0 


392 


10 40 


4.28 


394 83 




D 


4,643 


31 


637 


105 


5,960 


39.0 


1.080 


163 


41.1 


0.4 


37.3 


7.20 


2.93 


39870 


1979 


J 


5,512 


40 


910 


169 


4,503 


28.5 


938 


147 


638 


1.7 


31.2 


9.21 


3.33 


39673 




F 


5,659 


39 


990 


189 


4,778 


24.0 


947 


111 


64.6 


1.3 


28.4 


9.18 


3.22 


497 54 




M 


6,760 


37 


1,347 


129 


4,605 


30.9 


1,126 


139 


91 9 


1.3 


38.7 


10.71 


3.54 


364.38 




A 


5,631 


35 


1,165 


189 


4,389 


31.4 


871 


142 


843 


09 


392 


6.18 


2.85 


404.58 




M 


6,151 


38 


1,286 


160 


5,864 


42.1 


1,095 


164 


994 


2.3 


45.7 


7.59 


3.49 


40465 




J 


5,808 


36 


1,045 


192 


5,299 


398 


950 


155 


95.4 


20 


50.9 


828 


3.37 


405.19 




J 


2,192 


12 


266 


17 


5,702 


389 


929 


169 


882 


1.0 


485 


367 


1.44 


390.20 




A 


5,583 


37 


115 


147 


5,840 


37.9 


927 


157 


74.0 


0.6 


50.2 


658 


3.21 


402.39 




S 


5,225 


39 


890 


170 


4,973 


354 


825 


141 


74.6 


7 


389 


8.01 


3.04 


401.74 







6,045 


45 


943 


185 


5,705 


386 


925 


166 


54.3 


3.8 


39.8 










N 


6,615 


38 


850 


179 


5,519 


37.5 


846 


156 


79.8 


08 


- 









'Starting with January 1968, production is manufacturers' production; prior to that date production was indicated by the use of excise duty stamps. 2|ntended for cigarettes 
3|ncludes pipe, plug, chewing, twist, snuff etc. 4s a ies to wholesalers, retailers and institutions which are subject to excise duty 5|ncludes sales for ships' air stores, em- 
bassies of Canada and for export 
Sources: Tobacco and Tobacco Products Service Bulletin (32-014), Statistics Canada; and Department of National Revenue. 

Table 8: Rubber (metric tonnes) 





Imports 












Consumption of natural, 








natural and 












synthetic & 


reclaimed rubber 




Year 


synthetic 


Production 




Consumpt 


on 










Stocksl 


and 


(million _ 
pounds) 












Tires 
and tubes 


Footwear 


Wire 




month 


Synthetic 


Natural 


Synthetic 


Reclaimed 


Toiai 


and cable 


Natural 


D 


2099 


345075 


345077 


345078 


345088 


345089 


345090 


345091 


345092 


345094 


1977 


238.36 


237927 


90350 


207094 


9497 


306941 


212583 


7176 


1929 


11733 


1978 


220.36 


248334 


89070 


203995 


9229 


302294 


203530 


7282 


1942 


8321 


1977 N 


20.27 


20901 


8677 


19536 


816 


29029 


19865 


646 


168 


10993 


D 


21.66 


22723 


7256 


15289 


657 


23202 


16231 


423 


142 


11733 


1978 J 


13.21 


20700 


7588 


16343 


712 


24643 


17232 


753 


156 


11141 


F 


27.69 


18779 


7997 


17186 


728 


25911 


18211 


702 


198 


13212 


M 


15.83 


21268 


7828 


16639 


754 


25221 


17699 


653 


179 


13743 


A 


31.33 


21757 


8273 


17303 


814 


26390 


18126 


832 


171 


15341 


M 


15.77 


22159 


7787 


17519 


819 


26125 


17783 


664 


204 


13508 


J 


13.78 


21380 


7317 


17715 


847 


25879 


17703 


820 


208 


11683 


J 


16.86 


18435 


5877 


12731 


650 


19258 


14037 


505 


77 


10599 


A 


16.01 


14100 


5579 


14166 


677 


20422 


12658 


455 


104 


11359 


S 


13.70 


22196 


6776 


17417 


762 


24955 


16418 


489 


182 


11603 


O 


18.25 


21609 


8506 


19720 


839 


29065 


17832 


477 


168 


10507 


N 


19.68 


23689 


8364 


19831 


823 


29018 


19198 


574 


161 


8717 


D 


18.25 


22262 


7178 


17425 


804 


25407 


16633 


358 


134 


8321 


1979 J 


21.70 


23330 


7361 


17687 


821 


25869 


18252 


671 


173 


8333 


F 


16 39 


22669 


7985 


18907 


821 


27713 


19912 


722 


169 


7812 


M 


26.56 


23438 


8010 


20290 


905 


29205 


20880 


804 


162 


8508 


A 


18.65 


23945 


7277 


18639 


777 


26693 


19474 


640 


131 


8879 


M 


26.45 


22930 


8754 


19713 


982 


29450 


20425 


789 


152 


9197 


J 


2.15 


23609 


8708 


19691 


2041 


30440 


21541 


853 


175 


8698 


J 


17.48 


24662 


6049 


13050 


620 


19719 


14680 


237 


64 


8193 


A 


17.60 


22267 


5585 


15013 


572 


21170 


13857 


587 


90 


8263 


S 


19.60 


22377 


7921 


17476 


2146 


27543 


19203 


X 


X 


8287 


O 




24662 


8992 


20045 


851 


29888 


21261 


178 


467 


7860 



'End of period 

Sources: Consumption, Production and Inventories of Rubber (33-003), Imports by Commodities (65-007), Statistics Canada. 



74 



January 


1980 






















Section 6- 


-Table 9 


Table 9: 


Footwear 








































Footwear 




















Boots 


and Shoes - 


dress and 


casual 




Boots & 




Athletic Footwear 




















Ice Skate 




















Infant's 


Shoes- 






Boots 






Year 


Total 




Mens 


Boy's 


Women's 


Girl's 


and 


work & 






(with or 


Other 


All 


and 


all 




sizes 


sizes 


sizes 


sizes 


little 


utility 






without 


athletic 


other 


month 


types 


Total 


6 and up 


under 6 


4 and up 


under 4 


children's 


types 


Slippers 


Total 


blades) 


footwear 


footwear 


D 


345653 


345654 


345655 


3456S6 


345657 


345658 


345659 


345660 


345661 


345662 


345663 


34S664 


345665 


1977 




























1978 




























1977 N 
D 




























1978 J 


2,784 


1,796 


481 


57 


1,008 


94 


156 


320 


318 


347 


88 


259 


3 


F 


3,312 


2,199 


598 


82 


1,190 


120 


209 


352 


336 


420 


101 


319 


X 


M 


3,592 


2,365 


657 


97 


1,294 


132 


185 


378 


X 


459 


73 


386 


X 


A 


3,451 


2,218 


553 


X 


1,239 


132 


X 


385 


X 


379 


104 


275 


X 


M 


3,937 


2,562 


645 


X 


1,387 


163 


X 


416 


X 


431 


72 


359 


X 


J 


3,672 


2,241 


600 


X 


1,223 


124 


X 


382 


582 


454 


129 


325 


X 


J 


2,551 


1,505 


436 


59 


774 


94 


142 


265 


452 


309 


116 


193 


X 


A 


3,881 


2,357 


576 


152 


1,306 


148 


175 


X 


658 


423 


125 


298 


X 


S 


4,591 


3,024 


573 


99 


2,036 


138 


178 


417 


649 


472 


200 


272 


29 





4,693 


3,099 


603 


170 


2,049 


96 


181 


437 


706 


425 


162 


263 


26 


N 


4,040 


2,461 


697 


104 


1,318 


116 


226 


435 


656 


476 


110 


366 


12 


D 


2,978 


1,860 


471 


79 


1,031 


92 


187 


X 


442 


338 


82 


256 


X 


1979 J 


3,845 


2,277 


654 


89 


1,274 


102 


158 


477 


454 


492 


X 


X 


145 


F 


3,848 


2,379 


633 


100 


1,314 


121 


211 


441 


426 


462 


105 


357 


140 


M 


3,976 


2,366 


639 


91 


1,357 


115 


165 


478 


511 


449 


108 


341 


171 


A 


3,856 


2,655 


709 


149 


1,471 


146 


180 


348 


377 


315 


182 


133 


161 


M 


4,465 


3,025 


812 


187 


1,572 


215 


239 


354 


545 


338 


207 


131 


203 


J 


3,992 


2,653 


777 


133 


1,297 


217 


229 


308 


562 


298 


173 


125 


171 


J 


2,699 


1,764 


506 


125 


882 


127 


124 


249 


352 


220 


151 


69 


114 


A 


3,930 


2,528 


718 


173 


1,316 


146 


175 


385 


539 


291 


147 


144 


187 


S 


3,737 


2,434 


650 


154 


1,331 


124 


175 


316 


X 


301 


164 


137 


X 





4,115 


2,767 


713 


196 


1,533 


132 


193 


324 


X 


273 


187 


86 


X 



Source: Footwear Statistics (33-002), Statistics Canada. 



75 



Section 6-Tables 10 and 11 

Table 10: Production of sawn lumben (million feet, board measure) 



January 1980 



Year and 
month 


Canada 


N.S. 


NB 


Que. 


Ont 


Sask 


Alta. 


B.C. 


D 


2267 


2270 


2271 


2272 


2273 


2275 


2276 


2277 



1977 
1978 

1977 N 
D 

1978 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1979 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 



17,582 


194 


308 


2,700 


1,412 


218 


620 


12,038 


1 8,884 


178 


394 


3,209 


1,622 


221 


611 


12,545 


1,518.8 


15.9 


33.9 


282.4 


123.0 


17.3 


35.0 


1,004.2 


1,398.9 


11.4 


26.9 


207.9 


108.5 


14.1 


110.0 


912.6 


1,495.1 


12.1 


22.5 


211.7 


117.0 


16.4 


87.0 


1,019.4 


1,600.1 


10.9 


26.4 


2609 


131.7 


19.8 


112.0 


1,028.6 


1,719.7 


11.8 


31.7 


284.6 


143.2 


21.1 


90.0 


1,127.7 


1,596.8 


12.0 


30.9 


259.7 


134.7 


22.2 


25.0 


1,102.6 


1,637.4 


16.0 


32.7 


295.6 


141.4 


18.9 


25.0 


1,098.5 


1,638.8 


18.1 


33.9 


2786 


148.6 


17.2 


12.0 


1,121.5 


1,292.3 


15.4 


28.7 


194.4 


106.2 


13.9 


25.0 


903.5 


1,522.1 


19.1 


35.5 


306.8 


140.1 


18.6 


27.0 


966.3 


1,615.0 


17.4 


36.6 


270.1 


142.7 


18.0 


70.0 


1,050.4 


1,662.0 


18.3 


35.7 


287.3 


149.5 


19.3 


45.0 


1,098.7 


1,630.8 


14.6 


43.9 


326.0 


143.1 


20.9 


37.0 


1,037.7 


1,473.8 


11.9 


35.3 


233.1 


124.1 


14.8 


56.0 


990.2 


1,566.2 


14.3 


29.3 


272.7 


133.5 


15.1 


69.7 


1,024.0 


1,587.1 


15.3 


27.9 


261 7 


133.7 


17.7 


79.0 


1,041.9 


1,814.3 


15.2 


35.6 


297.4 


159.9 


19.9 


95.0 


1,181.6 


1,627.0 


16.7 


34.9 


247.4 


132.4 


20.6 


65.0 


1,100.8 


1,701.5 


18.6 


32.7 


302.3 


145.5 


17.6 


60.0 


1,116.6 


1,646.1 


223 


32.2 


272.0 


133.6 


17.8 


70.0 


1,091.2 


1,231.5 


19.0 


28.9 


194.4 


97.6 


8.5 


32.0 


844.5 


1,567.6 


20.4 


35.9 


304.4 


139.3 


16.5 


55.0 


987.7 


1,590.1 


21.4 


34.3 


291.6 


145.6 


17.1 


56.6 


1,014.9 


1,755.2 


22.4 


36.8 


345.0 


147.2 


21.0 


45.3 


1,128.8 






'Excludes Newfoundland, P.E I , Manitoba, the Yukon and the Northwest Territories, which, together account tor less than 1% of the total 

Sources: Production, Shipments and Stocks on Hand of Sawmills (35-002), (35-003), monthly, Sawmills and Planing Mills (35-204), annual, Statistics Canada. 



Table 11: Pulpwood, wood pulp and newsprint 







Wood 


pulp production? 








Newsprint shipments 








Pulpwood 


















Newsprint 


Year 


production 


Total 


Mechanical 


Chemical 


export s3 


production 


Total 


Domestic 


Export* 




and 


(thousand 


















Stocks, end 


month 


cunitsM 


Thousand metric tonnes 




Thousand 


metric tonnes 






of period 


D 


2289 


2300 


2301 


2302 


2293 


2294 


2295 


2296 


2297 


2296 


1977 


15,603 


17772.0 


6830.1 


10916.6 


6,720 


8154 


8169 


824 


7343 


256 


1978 


16,000 


19185.6 


74802 


11671.0 


7,320 


8811 


8883 


908 


7975 


184 


1977 D 


1,178 


1394.1 


5693 


8222 


598 


636 


757 


68 


689 


256 


1978 J 


1,033 


1503.9 


612.1 


8899 


517 


736 


654 


68 


586 


337 


F 


1,216 


1533.1 


6002 


9299 


596 


696 


624 


73 


550 


410 


M 


1,165 


1641.6 


651 8 


9866 


569 


749 


841 


87 


754 


317 


A 


689 


1581.9 


6097 


9687 


617 


757 


724 


73 


651 


350 


M 


1,040 


16238 


6479 


972.6 


678 


765 


812 


80 


732 


302 


J 


1,535 


1682.4 


6377 


1041.7 


662 


732 


774 


76 


698 


260 


J 


1,476 


1544.7 


6348 


907.0 


608 


760 


756 


70 


685 


266 


A 


1,610 


1683 4 


6554 


1025.1 


644 


747 


737 


64 


673 


275 


S 


1,648 


1536.1 


592.1 


941.3 


618 


689 


698 


73 


627 


265 


O 


1,595 


1666.2 


633 9 


1029.6 


571 


776 


787 


86 


701 


253 


N 


1,649 


1619.3 


617.6 


9987 


649 


709 


718 


81 


638 


244 


D 


1,344 


1569.1 


5869 


979.8 


590 


697 


757 


76 


680 


184 


1979 J 


1,131 


1591.6 


6125 


9775 


724 


751 


707 


75 


632 


228 


F 


1,274 


1551.0 


5787 


9703 


543 


680 


658 


70 


587 


251 


M 


1,179 


1762.7 


651.0 


1109.2 


777 


747 


759 


75 


684 


238 


A 


850 


1609.0 


6055 


1001.4 


573 


720 


716 


81 


636 


242 


M 


1,214 


1643 4 


626.7 


1014.2 


710 


720 


746 


87 


659 


215 


J 


943 


1658.2 


595.5 


1060 5 


660 


715 


729 


83 


646 


201 


J 


1,605 


1527.8 


5982 


9276 


610 


717 


717 


68 


648 


201 


A 


1,709 


1636.6 


6287 


1005.6 


679 


732 


743 


78 


665 


190 


S 


1,636 


1540.5 


581.0 


957.4 


595 


692 


665 


77 


588 


216 


O 


1,665 


1704.0 


6409 


1061.0 


653 


761 


778 


87 


691 


199 


N 




1673 5 


643.9 


1027 3 















1 100 cu ft of solid wood, pulpwood produced for domestic use and excluding exports, but including receipts of purchased roundwood 2Total pulp production covers "screen- 
ings" which are already included in exports "Screenings" are excluded throughout from mechanical and chemical pulp 3Customs exports. 4 Mill shipments destined tor 
export. 

Sources: Pulpwood and Wood Residue Statistics (25-001), Exports by Commodities (65-004), Statistics Canada; Bulletins of the Canadian Pulp and Paper Associa- 
tion: "Monthly Pulp Summary" and "Monthly Newsprint Statistics". 



76 



January 1980 

Table 12: Primary iron and steel (thousand tons) 



Section 6-Table 12 

















I 


Met shipments of steel 


shapes to consuming industries2.3.4 
























(Rolled steel products only) 












Primarv Dr 




































Steel 
Service 
























Steel 




















Centres, 
other 




















Ingots 














mcl 






whole- 


Motor 




Railroad 










Year 








conti- 






salers 


vehicles 




cars and 




Steel 


Metal 


Contrac- 


and 


Pig 


Ferro 




nuous 




Net 


& ware- 


and 


Railway 


locomo- 


Ship- 


fabri- 


building 


tors 


month 


iron 


alloys 


Total 


cast Castings 


total 


houses 


parts 


operating 


tive? 


building 


cation 


systems 


products 


D 


2309 


2310 


2311 


2312 


2313 


345165 


345166 


345167 


345168 


345169 


345170 


345171 


345172 


345173 


1977 


10,649.3 


213.0 


15,025 5 


14,861.3 


164.2 




















1978 


11,395.8 


264 9 


16,422.5 


16,234 6 


187 9 


12,911.5 


2,0000 


2,0009 


207.2 


134.9 


30.6 


1,111.4 


90.3 


677.3 


1977 N 


8520 


158 


1,226.4 


1,2107 


15.7 




















D 


8538 


18.9 


1,216.7 


1,2028 


13.9 




















1978 J 


951.1 


15.8 


1,324.6 


1,311.3 


13.3 


9283 


118 9 


158.1 


25.7 


5.7 


3.2 


68.0 


8.4 


47.5 


F 


893.4 


163 


1,265 3 


1,250.3 


15.0 


1,030.1 


171.9 


151.1 


21.0 


4.6 


3.2 


76.6 


9.3 


44.8 


M 


9775 


22.8 


1,419.0 


1,402 5 


16.5 


1,182.4 


181.3 


179.3 


18.9 


54 


2.6 


81.5 


9.9 


63.7 


A 


956.4 


25.2 


1,372.5 


1,357.1 


15.4 


1,063.4 


173.2 


154.9 


19.6 


5.1 


2.7 


86.7 


6.8 


60.5 


M 


998.5 


22.7 


1,422.4 


1,406.3 


16.1 


1,166.5 


176.1 


177.5 


21.1 


8 1 


2.8 


100 4 


6.6 


649 


J 


949.4 


22.3 


1,362.4 


1,344.2 


18.2 


1,214.4 


183.1 


188.6 


11.5 


14.1 


3.8 


108.1 


6.7 


73.4 


J 


1,005.9 


19.3 


1,359.3 


1,351.1 


82 


1,119.3 


168.4 


193.9 


11.2 


9.6 


5.4 


93.7 


8.5 


59.6 


A 


8108 


235 


1,167.4 


1,155.4 


12.0 


8984 


144.7 


129 


11.4 


10.0 


1.6 


80.7 


6.0 


51.7 


s 


995.1 


28.2 


1,449.9 


1,431.5 


18.4 


1,039.5 


162.5 


142.3 


14.2 


16.6 


1.1 


101.9 


5.6 


60.0 





958.0 


21.8 


1,440.3 


1,421.3 


19.0 


1,098.0 


168.3 


171.1 


18.5 


15.9 


1.2 


100.4 


7.1 


55.3 


N 


8905 


23.4 


1,357.1 


1,338.2 


18.9 


1,156.7 


177.1 


194.1 


11.9 


20.1 


2.1 


114.3 


7.5 


51.7 


D 


1,009.2 


23.6 


1,482.3 


1,465.4 


16.9 


1,014.5 


174.5 


161.0 


22.2 


19.7 


0.9 


99.1 


7.9 


44.2 


1979 J 


1,048.1 


19.6 


1,512.6 


1,492.7 


19.9 


1,162.8 


177.5 


207.5 


29.3 


17.8 


1.0 


101.4 


10.0 


49.6 


F 


951 6 


13.6 


1,386.5 


1,366.7 


19.8 


1,087.0 


173.6 


180.1 


302 


17.4 


3.1 


100.8 


6.6 


45.8 


M 


1,072.4 


14.9 


1,483.4 


1,460.3 


23.1 


1,207.6 


177.4 


213.6 


30.2 


18.5 


4.4 


924 


7.7 


62.1 


A 


1,034.9 


14.8 


1,464.9 


1 ,444.6 


203 


1,072 3 


162.1 


181.0 


29.2 


203 


3.1 


84.4 


6.8 


47.2 


M 


1,083.8 


17.5 


1,552.8 


1,530.0 


228 


1,223.1 


188 4 


185.5 


29.4 


18.2 


2.1 


97.2 


8.4 


56.5 


J 


9262 


16.1 


1,442.7 


1,419.7 


23.0 


1,132.6 


177.7 


159.4 


21.2 


22.2 


2.8 


103.2 


6.7 


59.0 


J 


951.5 


12.9 


1,395.5 


1,382.9 


12.6 


1,044 3 


167.3 


128 9 


19.6 


15.9 


2.7 


93.9 


8.5 


55.3 


A 


975.3 


14.8 


1,424.6 


1,407.1 


17.5 


1,088 2 


179.8 


124.2 


21.6 


23.2 


2.4 


89.3 


8.7 


63.6 


S 


890.3 


15.5 


1,429.4 


1,408.1 


21.3 


1,116.6 


184.1 


131.7 


20.5 


18 8 


2.8 


104.5 


8.7 


60.2 





1,008.5 


15.5 


1,562 


1,539.5 


22.5 


1,229 


213.7 


140.2 


26.1 


24.5 


2.8 


99.2 


7.7 


58.7 












Net : 


shipments ol 


steel shapes to consuming industries?. 3.4 






















(Rolled steel 


products only) 
















Natural 




























resources 
























Year 


Stamping, 


and Agricul- Non- 




Industrial 


Pipes 


Wire Containers Appliances 




Export 


Export 


and 


pressing, 


extractive tural electrical 


Electrical packaging 


and and wire 


and 


and 


Miscel- 


to 


to other 


month 


coating 


industr 


les equipment machinery 


machinery equipment 


tubes products 


closures 


utensils 


laneous 


USA 


countries 


D 


345174 


345175 345176 345177 


345178 I 345179 345180 


345181 


34b182 


345183 


345184 


345185 


345186 



1977 
1978 



5289 



2276 



180.4 



256.0 



130 3 



178.4 



1,581.1 



841.5 



4855 



172.7 



658 



1,572.4 



438.3 



1977 N 
D 



1978 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1979 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 



42.1 


14.4 


15.7 


20.3 


11.0 


16.5 


130.3 


57.9 


37.7 


14.4 


4.2 


116.7 


11.6 


39.3 


18.0 


14.2 


24.1 


11.3 


16.0 


126.1 


64.6 


41.9 


13.9 


4.9 


131.7 


41.6 


50.8 


19.8 


15.6 


24.8 


13.0 


18.8 


148.4 


826 


46.6 


17.5 


14.2 


146.0 


41.7 


42.8 


17.5 


14.3 


21.3 


11.5 


12.1 


136.4 


75.9 


46.1 


14.9 


6.4 


131.1 


23.6 


47.0 


20.1 


12.6 


23.4 


12.1 


11.7 


159.1 


75.1 


46.7 


14.1 


7.1 


155.4 


24.6 


50.4 


208 


13.9 


22.2 


12.1 


13.9 


144.3 


809 


46.2 


16.5 


6.2 


128.8 


68.9 


45.2 


226 


13.0 


20.7 


92 


12.8 


121.6 


563 


62.5 


11.7 


4.0 


138.3 


51.1 


38.2 


7.3 


10.2 


13.9 


9.8 


13.4 


109.4 


587 


26.7 


10.9 


4.0 


102.1 


58.7 


44.6 


15.6 


14.5 


19.4 


10.0 


15.6 


112.6 


76.7 


34.1 


14.8 


5.0 


143.6 


28.8 


43.6 


25.3 


19.2 


21.8 


9.6 


17.2 


127.2 


75.3 


33.2 


14.3 


4.9 


144.4 


24.2 


48.6 


24.7 


18.9 


22.0 


11.0 


17.5 


135.8 


81.1 


42.8 


16.8 


3.8 


120.0 


34.9 


36.3 


21.5 


18.3 


22.1 


97 


12.9 


129.9 


56.4 


21.0 


12.9 


1.1 


114.3 


28.6 


49.8 


21.1 


18.3 


27.4 


13.4 


16.0 


125.8 


60.8 


49.9 


19.1 


22.4 


121.0 


23.7 


42.6 


19.4 


18.2 


22.4 


11.0 


15.8 


133.1 


74.8 


41.7 


14.0 


4.8 


117.3 


14.3 


52.3 


19.5 


18.3 


264 


130 


17.4 


152.0 


76.1 


47.0 


13.7 


6.6 


121.5 


37.5 


44.3 


18.7 


19.1 


23.6 


11.8 


13.0 


120.3 


844 


40.7 


15.1 


5.1 


115.8 


26.3 


53.3 


22.4 


19.4 


23.2 


11.7 


15.3 


151.8 


907 


47.0 


16.3 


4.4 


142.2 


39.9 


50.1 


24.2 


20.2 


21.4 


11.6 


14.5 


146.9 


832 


439 


14.5 


5.4 


121.2 


23.3 


45.2 


21.1 


17.1 


16.8 


10.9 


18.2 


151.2 


65.2 


42.5 


11.6 


3.4 


129.9 


19.1 


51.1 


27.3 


19.1 


24.5 


11.3 


17.9 


153.1 


53.9 


41.6 


14.1 


3.2 


118.7 


39.6 


50.5 


21.1 


23.0 


246 


12.3 


19.2 


163.6 


83.9 


366 


15.1 


6.5 


106.2 


22.7 


53.8 


30.0 


23.1 


25.1 


13.8 


19.4 


173.9 


942 


47.6 


14.2 


5.3 


120.7 


35.0 



'Data compiled according to the Steel Distribution Index revised January, 1964 2Figures on net shipments relate to semi finished and rolled steel products only. Shipments to 
consuming industries of castings, forgings and steel pipe are not included. 3Excluding shipments for re-processing at maker's own plant 4D a t a compiled as submitted by 
the steel producers according to the steel industry distribution code. 
Source: Primary Iron and Steel (41-001), Statistics Canada. 



77 



Section 6-Table 13 

Table 13: New motor vehicles 



January 1980 







New motor 


vehicles 








New 


motor vehicle sales 












Passenger cars 








Passenger 




Commercial 








Imports 








Canadian 






Canadian 










less 










and U.S. 


Overseas 


and U.S. 




Overseas 


Year 
and 
month 




re-exports 




Exports 


Total 


manufactured 


manufactured manufactured 


manufactured 




( Thousand units 


) 


(Million dollars 














) 


D 




2357 




2360 


2363 




2364 




2365 


2366 




2367 


1977 




753.20 




921.43 


8,5459 




4,864.2 




931.4 


2,673.1 




77.2 


1978 




741.02 




873.70 


9,6495 




5,381 9 


1,001.1 


3,187.9 




78.4 


1977 D 




56.43 




71.96 


539.6 




284.9 




64.1 


184.9 




5.7 


1978 J 




50.24 




63.91 


575.8 




318.7 




54.1 


198.5 




4.6 


F 




65.46 




70.16 


660.3 




373.2 




67.5 


214.4 




4.9 


M 




63.73 




77.95 


830.6 




4620 




94.1 


2680 




6.6 


A 




8091 




89 17 


931.0 




531.1 




103 4 


289.2 




7.4 


M 




79.27 




81.40 


1,042.5 




587.1 




108.4 


338.7 




8.4 


J 




69.49 




88.82 


1,027.5 




5809 




101.2 


337.2 




8.1 


J 




53.49 




5922 


812.1 




447.8 




84.3 


273.0 




70 


A 




42.09 




41.42 


761.2 




4045 




100 6 


248.4 




7.6 


S 




53.25 




7326 


774.5 




421.1 




1000 


245.4 




8.0 







71.60 




78.24 


9250 




539.4 




73.6 


305.4 




66 


N 




54.89 




77.72 


727.9 




3983 




69.0 


255.0 




5.6 


D 




56.60 




72.43 


581.1 




317.9 




45.0 


214.7 




35 


1979 J 




44.45 




6092 


675.1 




376.0 




51.2 


243.5 




4.4 


F 




54.02 




6067 


7969 




458.3 




56.3 


278.1 




4.2 


M 




66.46 




6250 


1,097.5 




6432 




780 


370.5 




5.8 


A 




66 04 




64.18 


1,053.1 




627.8 




780 


342.0 




5.4 


M 




77.16 




57.40 


1,213.2 




7094 




989 


397.3 




7.6 


J 




6277 




5983 


1,161.2 




657.5 




100.7 


394.2 




8.7 


J 




47.11 




46.47 


1,070.8 




570.4 




1026 


388.9 




8.9 


A 




31.76 




27 28 


8692 




4595 




948 


306.3 




8.6 


S 




57.17 




47.47 


830.2 




427.2 




739 


322.4 




6.7 


O 








54 52 


1,145.0 




614.8 




87.1 


436.1 




7.1 


N 










8760 




4593 




850 


323.3 




84 












New motor vehicle sales 






















Passenger 








Commercial 










Manufactured 










Canadian 






Total 




Total 


Canadian and 


US 


Overseas manufactured 


Total 




and US 


Overseas 
























manu- 
factured 


manu- 


Year 
and 


Unad|. 


SA. 


Unad| 


SA. 


Unad| 


SA. 


Unad| 


SA. 


Unad| 


S A 


factured 


month 












Units 












D 


2368 


4970 


2373 


4975 


2369 


4971 


2370 


4972 


2374 


4973 


2371 


2372 


1977 


1,344,959 




991,398 




797,752 




193,646 




353.561 




337,914 


15,647 


1978 


1,366,544 




988,890 




815,994 




172,896 




377,654 




364,241 


13,413 


1977 D 


79,768 


103,262 


57,162 


74,259 


44,654 


55,873 


12,508 


18,386 


22.606 


29.003 


21,573 


1,033 


1978 J 


84,355 


113,190 


59,943 


82,635 


49,639 


66,078 


10,304 


16,557 


24,412 


30,555 


23,578 


834 


F 


96,385 


115,883 


70,420 


85.966 


57,796 


69,078 


12,624 


16,888 


25,965 


29,917 


25,070 


895 


M 


121,294 


112,508 


88,426 


82,890 


71,595 


66,811 


16,831 


16,079 


32,868 


29,618 


31,663 


1.205 


A 


136,990 


118,269 


101,004 


85,569 


82,147 


69,737 


18,857 


15,832 


35,986 


32,700 


34,683 


1,303 


M 


151,884 


115,263 


109,738 


83,266 


90,106 


67,955 


19,632 


15,311 


42,146 


31,997 


40,671 


1,475 


J 


147,264 


117,710 


106,788 


84,887 


88,733 


70.674 


1 8,055 


14,213 


40,476 


32,823 


39,037 


1,439 


J 


115,260 


116,017 


82,822 


83,905 


67,821 


69,855 


15,001 


14,050 


32,438 


32,112 


31,277 


1,161 


A 


108,004 


113,920 


77,998 


83,018 


61,012 


68,544 


16,986 


14,474 


30,006 


30,902 


28,683 


1,323 


S 


109,161 


133,454 


80,067 


98,081 


63,343 


83,410 


1 6,724 


14,671 


29,094 


35,373 


27,737 


1,357 





125,989 


111,093 


91,567 


78,967 


80,277 


66,706 


11,290 


12.261 


34,422 


32,126 


33,400 


1,022 


N 


95,948 


102,639 


68,311 


72,647 


58,152 


61,005 


10,159 


1 1 ,642 


27,637 


29,992 


26,766 


871 


D 


74,010 


101,384 


51,806 


70,686 


45,373 


60,850 


6,433 


9,836 


22,204 


30.698 


21.676 


528 


1979 J 


88,454 


110,375 


62,341 


80,151 


54,688 


67,929 


7,653 


12,222 


26,113 


30,224 


25,440 


673 


F 


99,071 


117,872 


70,483 


84,906 


62,535 


74,259 


7,948 


10,647 


28,588 


32.966 


27,972 


616 


M 


136,677 


126,898 


98,828 


92,425 


87,957 


81,933 


10,871 


10,492 


37,849 


34,473 


37,014 


835 


A 


132,349 


113,446 


97,117 


82,626 


86,391 


73,679 


1 0,726 


8,947 


35,232 


30,820 


34,475 


757 


M 


151,336 


115,177 


110,793 


83,371 


96,703 


72,869 


14,090 


10,502 


40,543 


31.806 


39,493 


1,050 


J 


143,932 


116,120 


103,702 


83,216 


89,429 


71,437 


14,273 


11,779 


40,230 


32,904 


39.019 


1,211 


J 


127,559 


129,897 


92,258 


94,874 


77,418 


81,326 


1 4,840 


13,548 


35,301 


35.023 


34,070 


1,231 


A 


105,117 


112,518 


75,725 


82,269 


62,374 


70.568 


13,351 


11,701 


29,392 


30,249 


28,200 


1,192 


S 


96,957 


125,253 


67,878 


87,423 


57,678 


78.498 


10,200 


8,925 


29,079 


37,830 


28,138 


941 


O 


133,204 


110,270 


94,399 


77,032 


81,935 


63,638 


12,464 


13,394 


38,805 


33,238 


37,804 


1.001 


N 


101,694 


111,978 


72,042 


79,182 


60,444 


65.622 


11,598 


13,560 


29,652 


32,796 


28,446 


1,206 



lProduction plus imports less re-exports, minus exports. 

Sources: Motor Vehicle Shipments (42-002), New Motor Vehicle Sales (63-007), Imports by Commodities (65-007), Exports by Commodities (65-004), Statistics Canada. 



78 



January 1980 

Table 14: Production of motor vehicles in Canada 



Section 6-Table 14 





Total 


Total 




Chrysler 










Ford 






Year 




















and 


all 


all 






Magnum 












Thunder- 


month 


vehicles 


cars 


Total 


Cordoba 


XE 


Chrysler 


Total 


Ford 


Fairmont 


Zephyr 


bird 


D 


125000 


125001 


125008 


125012 


125014 


125068 


125015 


125016 


125027 


125026 


125028 


1977 
























1978 
























1977 D 


130,944 


82,041 


15,884 


10,614 






24,644 


7,393 


11,499 


5,392 




1978 J 


136,532 


85,148 


8,640 


6,386 


2,250 


_ 


26,308 


7,171 


13,048 


5,753 


_ 


F 


145,440 


88,268 


7,947 


6,068 


1,879 


- 


29,385 


7,634 


1 5,799 


5,616 


— 


M 


178,860 


112,129 


14,899 


10,089 


4,359 


- 


37,341 


9,479 


21,468 


5,746 


— 


A 


168,442 


106,312 


1 7,547 


11,647 


5,900 


— 


33,810 


9,476 


17,923 


6,171 


— 


M 


176,999 


112,212 


19,328 


12,854 


6,474 


- 


34,458 


10,894 


17,122 


6,202 


— 


J 


186,115 


121,832 


19,426 


12,865 


6,561 


- 


42,207 


14,183 


16,709 


10,043 


— 


J 


98,434 


57,161 


2,671 


1,783 


888 


- 


13,445 


2,936 


6,697 


2,444 


— 


A 


95,504 


67,526 


14,865 


10,661 


4,204 


— 


29,971 


4,101 


20,986 


4,884 


— 


S 


155,068 


100,598 


16,774 


11,966 


4,808 


- 


32,314 


8,626 


19,357 


4,331 


- 


O 


165,457 


102,934 


14,143 


9,761 


4,382 


- 


34,019 


11,935 


18,039 


3,997 


48 


N 


173,900 


103,924 


9,970 


6,796 


2,994 


180 


35,785 


13,905 


17,184 


4,648 


48 


D 


137,741 


85,381 


13,875 


7,074 


2,163 


4,638 


28,039 


10,781 


13,079 


4,131 


48 


1979 J 


168,730 


102,083 


19,352 


7,572 


1,784 


9,996 


26,469 


9,924 


13,028 


3,517 


_ 


F 


160,389 


94,831 


14,994 


5,334 


1,469 


8,191 


29,439 


9,293 


13,374 


6,604 


168 


M 


186,626 


108,886 


13,236 


7,265 


2,483 


3,488 


34,143 


10,543 


15,741 


7,571 


288 


A 


139,448 


83,861 


9,584 


5,006 


1,575 


3,003 


24,539 


6,798 


11,839 


5,710 


192 


M 


177,370 


104,582 


10,489 


5,974 


1,801 


2,714 


38,060 


9,635 


19,216 


8,921 


288 


J 


157,463 


95,961 


13,297 


10,606 


2,691 


- 


27,905 


5,385 


16,277 


5,955 


288 


J 


86,101 


55,857 


— 


— 


— 


— 


13,102 


1,548 


7,448 


3,698 


408 


A 


69,155 


36,910 


3,474 


2,718 


- 


- 


20,688 


2,715 


13,990 


3,863 


120 


S 


126,117 


79,861 


14,226 


11,095 


- 


- 


20,425 


3,447 


11,006 


5,945 


— 





132,818 


82,167 


14,079 


8,942 


- 


- 


14,553 


3,344 


1,575 


3,037 


- 


N 


130,046 


83,754 


1 2,452 


7,135 






22,911 


3,799 


3,533 


2,317 


" 












General 


Motors 












Year 






















Volvo 


and 








Monte 














total 


month 


Totall 


Chevrolet 


Carlo 


Malibu 


Lemans 


Pontiac 


i 


Cutlass 


Skylark 


cars 


D 


125029 




125034 


125031 


125050 


125037 


125036 




125049 


1250&2 


125055 


1977 
























1978 
























1977 D 


37,335 




13,366 


4,926 




3,133 


1,805 




7,867 




574 


1978 J 


46,226 




14,868 


3,922 


6,306 


5,252 


2,729 




13,053 


_ 


756 


F 


46,851 




14,264 


3,846 


6,648 


5,358 


2,679 




13,475 


576 


695 


M 


54,129 




17,473 


6,341 


9,842 


2,079 


2,667 




13,311 


96 


788 


A 


49,604 




15,263 


6,676 


8,708 


1,602 


3,038 




11,136 


- 


720 


M 


52,161 




16,243 


6,241 


8,051 


2,008 


3,198 




11,875 


1,152 


792 


J 


54,724 




16,387 


6,353 


9,483 


2,186 


3,319 




13,450 


1,440 


792 


J 


40,361 




12,857 


3,952 


5,303 


704 


2,652 




11,530 


1,248 


684 


A 


22,366 




4,656 


3,879 


4,320 


752 


1,218 




3,188 


3,456 


324 


S 


50,791 




13,699 


6,421 


8,294 


1,254 


5,465 




11,178 


1,152 


719 


O 


54,138 




12,384 


7,004 


8,617 


1,499 


7,774 




10,222 


1,536 


634 


N 


57,413 




13,587 


5,828 


8,789 


3,730 


3,301 




10,684 


1,152 


756 


D 


42,928 




9,842 


3,327 


5,967 


3,504 


6,875 




8,653 


192 


539 


1979 J 


55,470 




1 1 ,707 


6,518 


6,555 


3,948 


9,614 




6,557 


1,152 


792 


F 


49,678 




10,022 


4,529 


7,468 


3,523 


9,665 




3,817 


- 


720 


M 


60,715 




13,253 


5,505 


9,438 


4,013 


10,543 




4,263 


2,016 


792 


A 


49,021 




9,470 


3,608 


7,407 


5,684 


8,917 




5,582 


- 


717 


M 


55,242 




10,813 


4,021 


8,869 


6,482 


8,445 




6,858 


- 


791 


J 


54,005 




12,656 


4,321 


8,903 


6,302 


7,297 




5,958 


- 


754 


J 


42,072 




8,093 


2,890 


9,128 


5,177 


3,909 




5,021 


— 


683 


A 


12,388 




1,033 


1,501 


2,424 


973 


469 




1,662 


— 


360 


S 


44,635 




10,733 


3,315 


6,616 


5,017 


5,296 




3,773 


- 


575 


O 


52,572 




11,643 


4,251 


7,849 


6,620 


7,939 




5,013 


- 


963 


N 


47,446 




10,816 


4,646 


7,923 


6,212 


5,387 




4,317 




945 



'Includes Grand Prix. 



79 



Section 6-Table 14/Concluded and Table 15 

Table 14: Production ot motor vehicles in Canada/concluded 



January 1980 



1977 
1978 



1977 D 



Year 








Trucks 










month 


Total 


Chrysler 


Ford 


G.M. 


International 


Mack 


White 


A.M.C. 


D 


125059 


125060 


125061 


125062 


125065 


125067 


125066 


125007 



48,903 



7,305 



18,811 



21,009 



1,227 



353 



198 



1978 



1979 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 



51,384 


4,777 


19,863 


24,567 


1,609 


335 


233 


- 


57,172 


8,648 


22,302 


24,247 


1,431 


324 


220 


- 


66,731 


10,645 


26,264 


26,585 


2,492 


421 


324 


- 


62,130 


10,123 


24,303 


25,448 


1,643 


325 


288 


— 


64,787 


10,362 


24,984 


26,231 


2,536 


368 


306 


- 


64,283 


11,005 


22,904 


27,538 


2,157 


378 


301 


— 


41,273 


7,858 


10,087 


20,835 


1,972 


308 


213 


— 


27,978 


1,709 


17,263 


8,591 


109 


40 


265 


- 


54,470 


6,467 


20,573 


22,768 


1,201 


167 


330 


2,964 


62,523 


8,575 


22,145 


25,751 


935 


262 


351 


4,504 


69,976 


8,697 


23,514 


29,213 


1,840 


356 


371 


5,985 


52,360 


6,549 


18,111 


21,368 


1,400 


250 


255 


4,427 


66,647 


8,767 


21,913 


27,838 


1,862 


344 


328 


5,595 


65,558 


8,643 


23,257 


25,487 


1,711 


282 


370 


5,808 


77,740 


9,556 


28,204 


30,890 


1,987 


389 


340 


6,374 


55,587 


4,294 


19,812 


24,529 


1,753 


228 


311 


4,660 


72,788 


7,778 


28,205 


28,647 


2,092 


365 


341 


5,360 


61,502 


6,340 


21,237 


26,119 


1,950 


375 


377 


5,104 


30,244 


- 


9,341 


18,565 


659 


262 


320 


1,097 


32,245 


- 


9,141 


15,757 


2,081 


225 


237 


4,804 


46,256 


3,767 


12,907 


23,509 


1,385 


355 


324 


4,009 


50,651 


4,509 


13,329 


26,585 


2,032 


394 


410 


3,392 


46,292 


3,977 


13,558 


22,545 


1,862 


394 


354 


3,602 



Source: Motor Vehicle Manufacturers' Association of Canada. 



Table 15: Refrigerators, freezers, washing machines and clothes dryers (thousand units) 



Refrigerators 
Mechanical retngerators. Freezers, domestic type & freezers, 

domestic type! home and farm household type 7 Domestic washing machines 5 Clothes dryers 

Year 

and Pro- Factory Pro- Factory Pro- Factory Pro- Factory 

month duction Sales3 stocks 4 duction Sales stocks 4 Imports Exports ductiorrS Sales2.6 stocks 4 ^ Imports Exports duction Sales? stocks 4 



2385 339995 



2387 



2395 339996 



2397 



2388 



2389 



2390 



2391 



2392 



2393 



239 4 



2398 



2399 



2400 



1977 


53030 


512.38 


84.59 


255.7 


272.74 


33 19 


96.94 


9.49 


X 


444 98 


71.83 


109 98 


4252 


X 


X 


X 


1978 


539.89 


51982 


86.94 


3069 


29979 


2940 


7991 


19.70 


X 


X 


X 


90.11 


82 15 


X 


X 


X 


1977 N 


42.86 


42.11 


81.88 


2884 


21.33 


2808 


623 


0.62 


38 19 


3697 


64.50 


11.52 


4.29 


X 


X 


X 


D 


40.49 


37.63 


84.59 


18.81 


13.79 


33 19 


5.37 


0.52 


38 15 


2983 


71.83 


760 


5.82 


X 


X 


X 


1978 J 


35.96 


30.20 


9039 


23.41 


13.22 


43.18 


4.95 


1.39 


38 04 


X 


8039 


937 


2.51 


X 


X 


X 


F 


41.46 


37.67 


95.91 


24.62 


17.96 


49.92 


6.79 


0.65 


3949 


X 


8472 


6.20 


4.35 


X 


X 


X 


M 


43.67 


39.27 


99 78 


25 17 


16.93 


5850 


5.27 


1.15 


4579 


34.51 


90.75 


4.87 


618 


X 


2481 


X 


A 


4909 


42.53 


105.48 


25.91 


19.48 


6459 


7.03 


1.52 


X 


34 84 


9681 


752 


6 16 


X 


X 


X 


M 


43.07 


42.40 


106.12 


27.80 


23.64 


6823 


7.26 


1.10 


X 


3267 


9845 


950 


6.83 


X 


X 


X 


J 


49.92 


50.51 


104 70 


2689 


3368 


63.72 


10 11 


2.16 


3998 


3974 


97 45 


890 


876 


X 


X 


X 


J 


3501 


50.59 


8867 


20.94 


3542 


4234 


456 


280 


X 


39 10 


84 05 


4.86 


4.66 


X 


X 


80.82 


A 


32.00 


38.54 


78.31 


22.86 


35.25 


2908 


1058 


039 


X 


3870 


64.29 


7.14 


650 


X 


28.52 


6804 


S 


58.54 


56.45 


77 82 


27 44 


32.48 


2347 


692 


1.59 


X 


4903 


6654 


7.45 


672 


X 


3989 


67.49 


O 


54.11 


50.49 


78.09 


32 16 


30.35 


23 16 


5.80 


1.19 


51 33 


58 11 


63.51 


10.75 


1322 


32.35 


40.42 


64 14 


N 


49.12 


42.19 


7934 


30.50 


23.83 


27.78 


8.16 


2.11 


45.42 


3523 


70.40 


7 10 


871 


3092 


30.75 


66.71 


D 


47.94 


38.98 


86.94 


1920 


17.55 


2940 


2.48 


365 


X 


X 


X 


645 


7.55 


X 


X 


X 


1979 J 


45.45 


27.31 


99.26 


27.55 


15.20 


36.43 


6.63 


4.12 


X 


X 


X 


440 


603 


X 


X 


X 


F 


55.45 


33.40 


121.23 


27 96 


18.58 


41 30 


2.18 


3.36 


46.35 


32.37 


10219 


255 


7.45 


X 


X 


X 


M 


5893 


39.06 


135 59 


34.31 


21.86 


4762 


494 


8.16 


52.33 


39.78 


100.08 


3.71 


5.85 


X 


X 


X 


A 


53.55 


39.05 


145.73 


3287 


25.56 


51.28 


4.27 


2.95 


X 


3387 


107.38 


396 


9.34 


X 


X 


X 


M 


46.05 


38.81 


151.52 


4275 


30 00 


61 69 


5.34 


3.42 


4586 


35.58 


110 67 


287 


11.18 


28 15 


X 


8862 


J 


50 54 


5282 


148.33 


3955 


31 70 


6884 


2.12 


3.56 


5593 


52 18 


116 16 


5.18 


6 78 


3621 


32.37 


9355 


J 


3353 


50.46 


127 02 


25.63 


38.50 


48.21 


664 


9.09 


X 


X 


X 


6.17 


6.04 


X 


X 


X 


A 


28.12 


43.71 


108.75 


32.78 


4244 


37 53 


8.11 


5.29 


X 


X 


X 


5.44 


4.80 


X 


X 


X 


S 


4906 


56.60 


100 63 


32.51 


3664 


32 14 


6.26 


3 92 


X 


X 


X 


3.44 


505 


34.87 


40.86 


71.69 


O 


47.62 


4933 


9685 


37.11 


3461 


35.17 




3.64 


X 


X 


X 




862 


X 


X 


X 



'Gas types are included 2lncludes producers' shipments for export. 3|n some cases these shipments are not al the factory level, and stocks at beginning of month plus 
production less shipments do not equal stocks at end of month 4 End ot period ^Electric and other 6Excludes apartmenl type machines 'Excludes other than 
electric 

Sources: Domestic Refrigerators and Freezers (43-001), Domestic Washing Machines and Clothes Dryers (43-002), Exports by Commodities (65-004), Imports by Com- 
modities (65-007), Statistics Canada. 



80 



Section 7 ■ Fuel, Power, Mining 

82 1. Electric Energy 

82 2. Electric Energy Available, by Province 

83 3. Coal and Coke 

83 4. Supply and Disposition of Crude Oil and Natural Gas 

84 5. Statistics of Refined Petroleum Products 

85 6. Metals 

86 7. Non-metallic Minerals 



81 



Section 7-Tables 1 and 2 

Table 1: Electric energy (million kilowatt hours) 



January 1980 



1976 
1977 

1977 N 
D 

1978 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1979 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 



Year 






Net generation 






Net exports! 


Total 


month 


Hydraulic! 


Thermal' 


Totall 


Utilities? 


Industries? 


available? 


D 


2437 


2438 


2439 


2440 


2441 


2442 


2443 



212791 


81,252 


294,043 


263,739 


30,304 


9,214 


284,829 


220,268 


96,928 


317,196 


280,270 


36,926 


1 7,267 


299,929 


20,259 


8,107 


28,366 


25,134 


3,232 


1,937 


26,429 


22,112 


10,205 


32,317 


29,007 


3,310 


2,489 


29,827 


22,413 


10,969 


33,382 


29,879 


3,503 


2,231 


31,151 


20,286 


9,988 


30,274 


27,105 


3,170 


2,419 


27,956 


20,614 


10,175 


30,789 


27,468 


3,321 


2,116 


28,673 


18,641 


7,830 


26,471 


23,423 


3,048 


1,071 


25,400 


18,697 


6,516 


25,213 


21,916 


3,297 


870 


24,343 


17,759 


6,396 


24,155 


20,996 


3,159 


953 


23,202 


1 7,332 


6,719 


24,051 


20,842 


3,209 


1,222 


22,829 


17,742 


7,652 


25,394 


22,268 


3,095 


1,701 


23,693 


17,851 


7,418 


25,269 


22,213 


3,056 


1,581 


23,688 


19,734 


7,896 


27,630 


24,377 


3,253 


1,621 


26,009 


19,952 


9,214 


29,166 


25,954 


3,212 


1,265 


27,901 


23,012 


10,901 


33,913 


30,706 


3,207 


2,545 


31,369 


23,003 


11,774 


34,777 


31,631 


3,146 


2,412 


32,365 


20,936 


1 0,922 


31,858 


28,754 


3,104 


1,787 


30,071 


21,629 


9,871 


31,500 


28,232 


3.268 


2,173 


29,327 


20,200 


8,109 


28,309 


25,214 


3,095 


2,228 


26,081 


20,305 


7,346 


27,651 


24,375 


3,276 


2,272 


25,379 


18,334 


7,459 


25,793 


23,452 


2,341 


2,724 


23,070 


17,597 


8,154 


25,751 


23,525 


2.226 


2,894 


22,857 


18,349 


8,493 


26,842 


24,690 


2,152 


2,821 


24,021 


17,471 


8,251 


25,722 


23,452 


2,270 


2,480 


23,242 


20,213 


9,168 


29,381 


26,304 


3,077 


2.732 


26,649 



• Less imports 2Total net generation less net exports. 

Note Monthly data includes all producers ot electric energy who generate 20 GW h or more per year Annual data represent lull coverage ot generating facilities that may 

include revisions not available on a monthly basis 

Sources: Electric Power Statistics (57-001), Electric Power Statistics, Volume II (57-202), Statistics Canada. 



Table 2: Electric energy available, by province (million kilowatt hours) 



Year 
























Yukon 


and 
























and 


month 


Canada 


Ntld 


P.E.I 


NS 


NB 


Que 


Ont 


Man 


Sask 


Alta 


B.C. 


N.W.T 


D 


2455 


2456 


2457 


2458 


2459 


2460 


2461 


2462 


2463 


2464 


2465 


2466 


1976 


284,829 


7,151 


445 


6,059 


7,648 


93,867 


96,142 


12,108 


7,498 


16,240 


36,856 


815 


1977 


299,929 


7,755 


452 


6,151 


7,933 


101,880 


98,589 


12,216 


8,211 


17.476 


38,444 


822 


1977 N 


26,429 


700 


38 


507 


684 


9,065 


8,434 


1,162 


740 


1,575 


3,454 


70 


D 


29,827 


825 


43 


580 


785 


10,392 


9,393 


1,428 


889 


1,760 


3,657 


75 


1978 J 


31,151 


842 


44 


604 


797 


10,956 


9.952 


1.494 


904 


1,759 


3,721 


78 


F 


27,956 


764 


39 


548 


751 


9,980 


8.933 


1.262 


783 


1,538 


3,292 


66 


M 


28,673 


787 


41 


579 


775 


10,197 


9.208 


1,219 


768 


1,587 


3,443 


69 


A 


25,400 


612 


38 


529 


693 


8,892 


8.250 


1,011 


654 


1,426 


3,233 


62 


M 


24,343 


555 


37 


497 


662 


8.248 


8,079 


931 


653 


1,442 


3,181 


58 


J 


23,202 


462 


36 


470 


600 


7,735 


7.802 


878 


640 


1,469 


3,053 


57 


J 


22,829 


445 


38 


468 


569 


7,619 


7,707 


847 


583 


1,493 


3.009 


51 


A 


23,693 


568 


41 


491 


611 


7.978 


7.767 


906 


642 


1,543 


3.089 


57 


S 


23,688 


610 


38 


475 


609 


8.138 


7,589 


916 


654 


1,489 


3,114 


56 


O 


26,009 


690 


41 


531 


699 


9,083 


8,158 


1,075 


703 


1,616 


3,352 


60 


N 


27,901 


723 


41 


556 


747 


9.632 


8,622 


1,282 


817 


1.765 


3,649 


67 


D 


31,369 


822 


45 


606 


824 


11,365 


9,429 


1,490 


921 


1.906 


3,889 


72 


1979 J 


32,365 


827 


47 


622 


841 


11,103 


10,186 


1.588 


973 


1,980 


4,122 


76 


F 


30,071 


766 


43 


586 


795 


10.699 


9,398 


1,424 


882 


1,839 


3,571 


68 


M 


29,327 


753 


44 


594 


792 


10.223 


9,220 


1,363 


857 


1,780 


3.633 


66 


A 


26,081 


724 


40 


545 


670 


8,880 


8,345 


1,133 


752 


1,665 


3.266 


61 


M 


25,379 


647 


40 


497 


609 


8.652 


8,151 


1,062 


693 


1,667 


3.299 


62 


J 


23,070 


559 


38 


471 


565 


7,010 


7.963 


945 


693 


1,626 


3.144 


56 


J 


22,857 


565 


42 


481 


564 


6,556 


8,122 


989 


720 


1.700 


3,064 


54 


A 


24,021 


580 


44 


509 


574 


7,510 


8,117 


990 


712 


1.725 


3.205 


55 


S 


23,242 


600 


41 


491 


575 


7.168 


7,869 


936 


709 


1,671 


3,130 


52 


O 


26,649 


670 


44 


552 


671 


8,811 


8,640 


1,091 


816 


1.788 


3,510 


56 



Note. Monthly data includes all producers ot electric energy who generate 20 GW h or more per year Annual data represent full coverage ot generating facilities that may 

include revisions not available on a monthly basis 

Sources: Electric Power Statistics (57-001), Statistics Canada, Electric Power Statistics, Volume II (57-202), Statistics Canada. 



82 



January 1980 

Table 3: Coal and coke (thousand of metric tonnes) 



Section 7-Tables 3 and 4 











Coal 


production 














Available 




Year 




Sub- 


















and 


Bitu- 


bitu- 




















tor con- 


Coke 


month 


minous 


minous 


Lignite 


Total 


N.S 


N.B. 


Sask 


Alta 


B.C 


Imports 


Exports 


sumption 


production 


D 


2479 


2480 


2481 


2482 


2483 


2484 


2485 


2486 


2487 


2488 


2489 


2490 


2491 


1977 


15,301 


7,900 


5481 


28,681 


2,165 


277 


5,481 


12,175 


8,584 


13,263 


13,302 


31,640 


4,907 


1978 


17,139 


8,280 


5,058 


30,476 


2,651 


314 


5,057 


13,394 


9,061 


14,118 


15,054 


30,960 


4,968 


1977 N 


1,251 


754 


400 


2,405 


190 


25 


400 


1,161 


629 


1,310 


1,041 


2,864 


402 


D 


1,139 


836 


558 


2,533 


201 


18 


558 


1,269 


486 


896 


786 


2,512 


496 


1978 J 


1,156 


798 


537 


2,491 


256 


29 


537 


1,149 


520 


90 


1,404 


1,584 


382 


F 


1,391 


672 


572 


2,634 


244 


27 


572 


1,029 


763 


9 


1,124 


1,532 


351 


M 


1,305 


805 


475 


2,585 


232 


24 


475 


1,248 


605 


10 


943 


1,316 


390 


A 


1,406 


618 


374 


2,397 


279 


27 


374 


988 


730 


851 


1,383 


2,331 


414 


M 


1,418 


619 


372 


2,408 


220 


17 


371 


969 


831 


1,804 


1,483 


3,026 


396 


J 


1,471 


473 


311 


2,255 


200 


22 


311 


922 


801 


1,668 


1,202 


2,982 


406 


J 


1,412 


609 


333 


2,356 


229 


24 


333 


1.024 


747 


1,213 


1,160 


2,265 


407 


A 


1,494 


689 


375 


2,557 


195 


35 


375 


1,074 


878 


1,462 


1,161 


2,690 


389 


S 


1,574 


605 


327 


2,506 


200 


27 


327 


1,086 


865 


1,205 


1,888 


2,420 


424 





1,473 


710 


431 


2,615 


120 


26 


431 


1,227 


810 


1,735 


1,132 


3,054 


459 


N 


1,588 


743 


457 


2,788 


261 


31 


457 


1,216 


823 


2.136 


1,573 


3,883 


464 


D 


1,451 


939 


494 


2,884 


215 


25 


494 


1,462 


688 


1,935 


601 


3,877 


486 


1979 J 


1,499 


863 


518 


2,879 


244 


21 


518 


1,353 


744 


171 


1,548 


1,915 


468 


F 


1,319 


728 


466 


2,514 


227 


17 


466 


1,145 


659 


12 


1,184 


1,215 


423 


M 


1,479 


795 


450 


2,723 


182 


21 


450 


1,196 


875 


15 


1,316 


1,574 


483 


A 


1,547 


728 


382 


2,657 


172 


28 


382 


1,198 


876 


1,852 


1,129 


3,228 


466 


M 


1,818 


778 


328 


2,925 


222 


26 


328 


1,396 


952 


2,040 


1,514 


3,595 


498 


J 


1,689 


688 


376 


2,753 


175 


19 


376 


1,256 


927 


1,743 


924 


3,634 


474 


J 


1,600 


705 


290 


2,595 


200 


17 


290 


1,129 


958 


2,235 


1,431 


3,651 


480 


A 


1 ,446 


751 


370 


2,567 


142 


25 


370 


1,049 


981 


1,929 


1,399 


3,043 


502 


S 


1,625 


791 


386 


2,802 


149 


33 


386 


1,245 


989 


1,991 


1,413 


3,881 


501 





1,664 


886 


462 


3,012 


161 


37 


462 


1,348 


1,004 


1,779 


1,445 


3,769 


513 



Note Annual data may include revisions not available on a monthly basis 

Sources: Coal and Coke Statistics (45-002), monthly, Coal Mines (26-206), annual, Exports by Commodities (65-004), monthly, Statistics Canada. 

Table 4: Supply and disposition of crude oil and natural gas> 





















Natural i 


gas 












Crude 


































Domestic 


Total 




Sales 












Net 




























domestic 




Total 


to 


to 


produc- 


market- 




Resi- 


Com- 


Indus- 






Year 
and 


production 


Imports 


supply 


refineries 


USA 


tions 


able gas 


Total 


dential 


mercial 


trial 


Exports 


Imports 


month 




Thousand cubic metres 










Million cubic 


metres 








D 


2505 


2506 


2507 


2508 


2509 


2510 


2511 


2512 


2513 


2515 


2514 


2516 


2517 


1977 


84,158.7 


38.837 5 


122,996.3 


104,324.3 


18,942 1 


102,436.1 


77,521.8 


40,540.7 


8,891.5 


8,423.1 


23,226.1 


28,441.1 


— 


1978 


82,919.0 


35,7072 


118,626.2 


103,927.0 


15,430 1 


99,631.7 


74,281.3 


41,747.7 


9,319 1 


9,0260 


23,402.6 


24,9569 


11.3 


1977 O 


6,753.7 


2,908.1 


9,661.7 


8,152.1 


1,477.9 


8,475.7 


6,206.6 


2,974.4 


5099 


504.2 


1,960.3 


2,373.9 


_ 


N 


7,595.9 


2,780.9 


10,376.8 


8,5652 


1,589.1 


9,011.1 


6,733.5 


3,531.2 


772.0 


7226 


2,036.6 


2,413.5 


- 


D 


8,485.8 


3,6549 


12,140.7 


10,138.5 


1,700.3 


9,914.7 


8,172.6 


4,798.7 


1,334.2 


1,172.8 


2,291.7 


2,529.7 


- 


1978 J 


6,753.7 


2,939.8 


9,693.5 


8,549.4 


1,350.7 


9,883.6 


8,3879 


5,416.3 


1,572.2 


1,439.1 


2,405.0 


2,430.5 


_ 


F 


6,340.5 


3,114 6 


9,455.1 


8,406.3 


1,334.8 


8,549.3 


7,1499 


4,973.3 


1,518.0 


1,374.8 


2,080.5 


2,161.4 


28 


M 


7,055.6 


3,051.1 


10,106.7 


8,517.6 


1,382.5 


8,917.6 


7,005.5 


4,586.3 


1,260.6 


1,178.4 


2,147.3 


2,3257 


— 


A 


5,784.3 


2,717.4 


8,501.7 


7,484.7 


1,175.9 


8,206.6 


5,920.5 


3,623 1 


864.0 


892.3 


1,866.8 


2,161.4 


- 


M 


6,261 1 


2,510.8 


8,771.8 


7,738.9 


1,096.5 


7,631.5 


5,410.6 


2,878.1 


555.2 


5524 


1,770.5 


2,022.6 


- 


J 


7,8660 


3,241 8 


11,107.8 


9,629 9 


1,255.4 


6,9885 


4,801.6 


2,237.9 


320 1 


320.1 


1,597.7 


1,784.7 


— 


J 


6,276.9 


3,003.4 


9,280.3 


8,533.5 


1,191.8 


7,379.4 


5,067.9 


2,082.4 


2382 


250.7 


1,593.5 


1,821.5 


- 


A 


7,007.9 


3,782.1 


10,790 


9,6299 


1,239.5 


7,515.4 


5,121.7 


2,135.9 


218.1 


252.1 


1,665.7 


1,855.5 


- 


S 


6,515.3 


2,3360 


8,851.3 


7,723.0 


1,112.4 


7,209.4 


5,048.0 


2,3682 


291.8 


328.6 


1,747.8 


1,813.0 


- 


O 


7,294.0 


2,749.1 


10,043.1 


8,771.8 


1,303.1 


8,130.1 


5,722.2 


2,940.4 


464.6 


4844 


1,991.4 


1,889.5 


— 


N 


7,691.2 


3,035.2 


10,726.4 


9,248.6 


1,414.3 


9,141.4 


6,767.5 


3,727.9 


793.2 


790.3 


2,144.4 


2,203.9 


28 


D 


8,072.6 


3,225.9 


11,298.5 


9,693.5 


1,573.2 


10,079.0 


7,8780 


4,777.9 


1,223.1 


1,162.8 


2,392.0 


2,4872 


5.7 


1979 J 


7,467.6 


2,888.1 


10,355.7 


9,172.1 


1,424.1 


10,386.1 


8,608.5 


5,528.4 


1,629.0 


1,497.0 


2,4024 


2,543.7 


0.4 


F 


7,462.5 


3,0573 


10,519.8 


8,765.2 


1,590.6 


9,279.7 


8,079.5 


5,397.9 


1,668.6 


1,509.4 


2,219.9 


2,296.6 


0.6 


M 


8,116.2 


3,780.9 


11,897.1 


10,250 6 


1,658.9 


9,369.5 


7,128.0 


4,609.8 


1,265.8 


1,167.6 


2,176.4 


2,450.3 


0.3 


A 


7,858.4 


2,150.4 


10,008.8 


8,132.8 


1,764.0 


9,0704 


6,7666 


3,980.2 


950.5 


946.4 


2,0833 


2,392.0 


0.2 


M 


7.6062 


3,008.6 


10,614.8 


9,4777 


1,322.8 


8,477.9 


6,175.3 


3,267.7 


612.1 


637.8 


2,017.8 


2,214.6 


0.1 


J 


7,689.3 


2,8660 


10,555.3 


9,485.3 


1,166.4 


7,8664 


5,522.4 


2,391.8 


334 2 


301.8 


1,755.8 


2,185.4 


- 


J 


7,899.1 


2,682.8 


10,581.9 


9,290.2 


1,191.8 


7,950.3 


5,516.7 


2,253.3 


237.7 


254.5 


1,761.1 


2,175.4 


- 


A 


7,627.4 


3,225.3 


10,852.7 


9,920.0 


1,326.8 


7,706.8 


5,352.0 


2,259.5 


216.0 


258.8 


1,784.7 


2,078.8 


— 


S 


7,539.1 


2,420.0 


9,959 1 


8,920 7 


1,144.7 


7,201.2 


5,411.6 


2,442.7 


271 6 


3023 


1,868.8 


1,993.5 


— 



Note Components may not add to totals due to rounding Current figures in this table are preliminary and therefore sub|ect to revision 
'Supply and disposition for both Crude Oil and Natural Gas will not agree because ot losses, inventory changes, pipeline fuel used etc 
pentanes plus, 3Gross new production by field less field flared and waste 
Sources: Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas Production (26-006), Gas Utilities (55-002), Statistics Canada. 



2|ncludes crude oil, condensate and 



83 



Section 7-Table 5 

Table 5: Statistics of refined petroleum products (thousand cubic metres) 



January 1980 













Production 


ol saleable 


products2 










Net sales in 


Canada 




















Liquefied 












Year 


Total 
















petro- 












and 


relinery 


Total, all 


Motor 


Heavy 


Diesel 


Light 


Aviation 




leum 


Other 


Total all 


Motor 


Heavy 


Diesel 


month 


receipts' 


products* 


gasoline 


fuel oil 


fuel oil 


fuel oi|3 


fuel" 


Asphalt 


gases 5 


products* 


products 


gasoline 


fuel oil 


fuel oil 


D 


330501 


2532 


2533 


2534 


2535 


2536 


2537 


2538 


2539 


2540 


337115 


333515 


335015 


334415 


1977 


104213 


106250 


35926 


19962 


13255 


18119 


4305 


2927 


2026 


9731 


96302 


35810 


16521 


12393 


1978 


103746 


107067 


36728 


19149 


13575 


16860 


4701 


2960 


2285 


10811 


98658 


37035 


15591 


13074 


1977 N 


8586 


9172 


3112 


1768 


1197 


1462 


344 


241 


185 


863 


8190 


2998 


1449 


1100 


D 


10099 


9955 


3218 


2074 


1111 


1879 


362 


101 


221 


989 


9483 


3038 


1786 


1004 


1978 J 


8551 


9208 


3181 


1846 


973 


1822 


270 


90 


212 


815 


8752 


2659 


1540 


808 


F 


8414 


8329 


2819 


1653 


929 


1590 


306 


114 


198 


721 


8703 


2713 


1483 


895 


M 


8523 


8588 


2916 


1560 


1148 


1399 


442 


121 


196 


807 


8282 


2824 


1354 


977 


A 


7474 


7746 


2485 


1534 


1066 


1188 


358 


155 


157 


803 


7442 


2750 


1243 


903 


M 


7719 


8023 


2678 


1560 


1119 


1077 


412 


237 


189 


751 


7498 


3171 


1003 


1206 


J 


9602 


9318 


3099 


1547 


1315 


1200 


470 


354 


215 


1118 


7733 


3293 


1145 


1245 


J 


8505 


9496 


3207 


1524 


1296 


1360 


485 


433 


208 


982 


7631 


3343 


1100 


1137 


A 


9634 


9591 


3251 


1650 


1329 


1188 


459 


451 


200 


1062 


8274 


3600 


1181 


1285 


S 


7690 


7966 


3035 


1095 


998 


1290 


389 


368 


161 


631 


7598 


3168 


1133 


1193 





8729 


9271 


3216 


1530 


1102 


1392 


462 


336 


180 


1054 


8420 


3251 


1268 


1264 


N 


9250 


9689 


3407 


1736 


1180 


1589 


331 


198 


168 


1079 


8891 


3188 


1431 


1174 


D 


9656 


9842 


3434 


1914 


1120 


1765 


317 


103 


201 


988 


9435 


3074 


1710 


987 


1979 J 


9160 


9694 


3358 


1839 


1064 


1867 


325 


102 


200 


936 


9235 


2860 


1572 


929 


F 


8774 


8684 


2846 


1758 


989 


1730 


291 


98 


144 


825 


8987 


2801 


1598 


908 


M 


10252 


10094 


3250 


1802 


1238 


1917 


475 


162 


195 


1056 


8154 


2917 


1046 


1064 


A 


8146 


8800 


2850 


1642 


1126 


1385 


456 


155 


172 


1013 


7656 


2857 


1269 


976 


M 


9490 


9029 


2821 


1548 


1315 


1156 


469 


284 


221 


1216 


8131 


3354 


1265 


1307 


J 


9463 


9726 


3166 


1635 


1437 


1235 


424 


391 


249 


1189 


8268 


3299 


1331 


1366 


J 


9298 


9869 


3403 


1558 


1392 


1289 


572 


446 


261 


949 


8343 


3595 


1127 


1345 


A 


9912 


10198 


3406 


1585 


1445 


1416 


492 


489 


257 


1108 


8746 


3824 


1106 


1452 


S 


8879 


9026 


3079 


1419 


1095 


1395 


443 


451 


179 


965 


7721 


3180 


992 


1290 

























9143 


3471 


1408 


1484 






Net 


sales in Canada 










Closing inventories 


































Liquefied 




Year 








Liquefied 


















petro- 




and 


Light 


Aviation 




petroleum 


Other 


Total all 


Motor 


Heavy 


Diesel 


Light 


Aviation 




leum 


Other 


month 


fuel oil3 


fuel" 


Asphalt 


gases 5 


products* 


products 


gasoline 


fuel oil 


fuel oil 


fuel oil3 


fuel" 


Asphalt 


gases 5 


products* 


D 


2545 


2546 


335315 


2548 


2549 


337106 


333506 


335006 


334406 


2554 


2555 


335306 


2557 


2558 


1977 


16858 


4081 


3086 


1992 


5566 


19069 


4748 


2463 


2504 


5586 


746 


366 


101 


2555 


1978 


16877 


4250 


3112 


2070 


6650 


16294 


4375 


2080 


2088 


4416 


684 


296 


163 


2191 


1977 N 


1442 


301 


215 


173 


512 


19213 


4480 


2370 


2689 


6137 


717 


318 


88 


2415 


D 


2659 


317 


52 


171 


457 


19069 


4748 


2463 


2504 


5586 


746 


366 


101 


2555 


1978 J 


2770 


284 


37 


173 


480 


18486 


5267 


2316 


2301 


4839 


721 


419 


97 


2526 


F 


2686 


307 


52 


157 


410 


17369 


5477 


2151 


2014 


4015 


670 


481 


115 


2445 


M 


2068 


354 


65 


165 


475 


16650 


5580 


1986 


1956 


3401 


654 


538 


138 


2398 


A 


1437 


338 


91 


196 


484 


16287 


5295 


2053 


1949 


3283 


618 


604 


146 


2339 


M 


847 


330 


226 


158 


557 


15682 


4673 


2248 


1878 


3271 


645 


615 


164 


2188 


J 


420 


378 


466 


169 


618 


16296 


4441 


2242 


2100 


3780 


715 


521 


190 


2307 


J 


396 


400 


488 


157 


609 


16904 


4242 


2232 


2423 


4386 


745 


483 


199 


2194 


A 


439 


451 


533 


142 


644 


17449 


3925 


2514 


2667 


4830 


700 


422 


199 


2193 


S 


604 


394 


434 


127 


544 


17317 


3807 


2290 


2553 


5307 


715 


364 


259 


2021 





1036 


374 


433 


207 


587 


17114 


3770 


2148 


2436 


2134 


755 


271 


72 


2045 


N 


1676 


313 


226 


227 


656 


17043 


4068 


2210 


2291 


5087 


727 


253 


168 


2240 


D 


2498 


327 


61 


192 


586 


16294 


4375 


2080 


2088 


4416 


684 


296 


163 


2191 


1979 J 


2810 


324 


60 


152 


526 


15371 


4778 


1967 


1869 


3414 


666 


341 


172 


2163 


F 


2701 


313 


33 


178 


453 


14065 


4789 


1754 


1650 


2586 


626 


405 


148 


2104 


M 


1890 


388 


83 


172 


594 


14623 


5095 


1874 


1709 


2475 


687 


486 


157 


2141 


A 


1323 


368 


84 


168 


612 


14526 


5035 


1808 


1792 


2393 


750 


566 


137 


2045 


M 


743 


403 


233 


175 


651 


14580 


4529 


1773 


1918 


2655 


744 


623 


125 


2213 


J 


498 


423 


455 


220 


675 


15464 


4408 


2111 


2116 


3137 


713 


561 


152 


2266 


J 


409 


484 


553 


206 


623 


15777 


4148 


2263 


2266 


3601 


750 


406 


165 


2179 


A 


474 


480 


559 


179 


672 


16421 


3868 


2473 


2510 


4144 


720 


348 


212 


2144 


S 


576 


432 


475 


165 


612 


17003 


3954 


2560 


2429 


4687 


726 


331 


225 


2091 









459 






" 


" 


~ 


— 






~ 







■ includes domestic and imported crude oil, condensate and pentanes plus received by Canadian refineries 2Refinery production (from crude oil, condensate and pentanes plus, 
and commingled propane butane mixes) plus other materials used, 3|ncludes stove oil, kerosene "Includes aviation gasoline and aviation turbo fuel ^Includes propane 
and propane mixes and butane and butane mixes 6|ncludes petro-chemical feed stocks, naphtha specialties, coke, lubricating oil and grease, still gas and other products 
Source: Refined Petroleum Products (45-004), Statistics Canada. 



84 



January 


1980 




















Section 7 


-Table 6 


Table 6: 


Metals 




























Copper 






Nickel 






Lead 




Molybde 






Total metal 


content 


Relined copper 


Total metal content 


Refined lead 


num 


Year 
and 


Production 


Exportsl Production 


Exports? Production Exports3 Production 


Exports 4 


Production 


Exports 


Production 


Exports 


month 












Thousand tonnes 












D 


2587 


2588 


2589 


2590 


2591 


2592 


2593 


2594 


2595 


2596 


2608 


2610 


1977 


759.4 


587 7 


508.8 


294.5 


232.5 


190 1 


281.0 


268.7 


187.4 


130.8 


16567554.8 


15.3 


1978 


647.1 


545.3 


4463 


247.7 


127.5 


172.5 


317.3 


274.6 


194.1 


131.9 


13928751.2 


13.5 


1977 N 


65.5 


31.5 


48.9 


20.0 


18.6 


130 


22.7 


19.5 


17.6 


9.8 


1.8 


0.6 


D 


54.1 


426 


41.9 


23.5 


18.2 


17.6 


31.8 


20.9 


15.8 


10.2 


1.1 


1.8 


1978 J 


56.2 


53.4 


44.4 


23.9 


16.1 


24.5 


21.7 


22.5 


14.5 


10.5 


1.4 


0.9 


F 


63.5 


81.9 


40.1 


36.5 


13.6 


27.7 


27.2 


18.2 


15.9 


10.2 


1.1 


1.1 


M 


65.4 


33.7 


46.5 


21.0 


20.0 


18.8 


32.3 


20.6 


17.8 


12.1 


1.4 


1.0 


A 


61.0 


46.5 


43.0 


23.2 


17.1 


22.9 


20.5 


19.6 


16.0 


96 


1.3 


1.3 


M 


69.0 


65.5 


494 


26.0 


14.6 


26.7 


23.3 


21.2 


17.3 


13.1 


1.1 


1.3 


J 


66.7 


456 


43.0 


19.5 


15.2 


21.2 


27.9 


17.3 


18.3 


7.9 


1.1 


1.4 


J 


44.6 


53.1 


358 


19.4 


6.8 


8.8 


26.7 


28.4 


13.2 


8.8 


1.0 


0.7 


A 


47.9 


28.8 


29.4 


16.5 


2.7 


4.8 


11.8 


17.1 


11.1 


12.3 


1.1 


1.3 


S 


32.3 


46.8 


33.2 


19 4 


60 


6.2 


25.0 


30.5 


17.1 


10.8 


1.2 


1.0 


O 


55.2 


43.9 


27.6 


18.9 


46 


3.0 


37.4 


31.0 


18.6 


110 


1.2 


1.0 


N 


36.9 


32.2 


29.6 


14.9 


5.2 


5.9 


35.2 


22.4 


18.4 


12.5 


0.9 


1.7 


D 


48.4 


13.9 


24.1 


8.4 


5.6 


2.0 


28.4 


25.7 


16.1 


13.2 


1.0 


0.9 


1979 J 


44.5 


38.1 


277 


5.9 


6.3 


7.5 


25.5 


43.5 


14.7 


12.0 


1.1 


1.6 


F 


44.6 


41.4 


25.7 


8.8 


5.8 


13.6 


26.6 


22.9 


16.1 


9.6 


1.2 


1.1 


M 


53.2 


520 


28.3 


13.4 


7.3 


10.7 


27.2 


27.4 


16.7 


10.8 


1.1 


0.8 


A 


38.7 


31.0 


28.9 


7.4 


8.4 


7.0 


28.8 


23.5 


15.5 


10.6 


08 


0.9 


M 


45.2 


27.9 


27.8 


10.7 


8.1 


10.8 


27.8 


25.1 


181 


10.4 


0.9 


0.9 


J 


38.6 


32.1 


28.7 


11.4 


10.9 


8.7 


31.2 


23.0 


17.4 


8.4 


0.8 


09 


J 


55.3 


45.9 


28.2 


14.9 


11.7 


12.7 


8.2 


14.9 


6.4 


12.0 


1.1 


0.8 


A 


71.0 


37.6 


39.2 


21.2 


14.2 


17.1 


25.8 


13.8 


15.5 


6.9 


1.0 


1.2 


S 


58.4 


60.5 


36.4 


21.4 


12.9 


13.5 


38.1 


27.9 


17 4 


7.4 


0.9 


1.0 





62.4 


55.3 


466 


27.5 


15.4 


11.2 


17.2 


11.3 


15.9 


10.7 


0.7 


0.8 






Zinc 






Aluminum 


Iron ore 




Gold 












Total metal 


content 


Relined 


zinc 


and bauxite 


Producers' 








Silver 




Uranium 












ore 


shipments 
in tonnes 




Mint anlri 






production 


Year 


Production 


Exports 


Production 


Exports 


imports 


Production purchases I 


Production 


Exports 




and 
























Thousand 


month 




Thousand tonnes 






Thousands 






Thousand grams 




kilograms 


D 


2597 


2598 


2599 


2600 


2601 


2602 




2603 


2604 


2605 


2606 


2609 


1977 


1070.5 


893.7 


494.9 


295.3 


3585.9 


53621 




53902 


_ 


1313655 


1605873 


6824 2 


1978 


1020 


11286 


495.5 


4392 


3488.6 


42942 




51818 


- 


1249364 


1550011 


92944 


1977 N 


81.7 


77.0 


36.1 


17.1 


144.9 


5866 




4607 


_ 


110664 


106934 


536.7 


D 


83.1 


51.7 


34.2 


25.2 


3528 


4337 




4617 


- 


107625 


148395 


440.4 


1978 J 


72.9 


60.1 


39.6 


24.4 


175.6 


1870 




4104 


_ 


100392 


123419 


466.2 


F 


62.0 


67.0 


37.9 


22.1 


135.1 


1342 




4081 


— 


107295 


145595 


489.5 


M 


97.9 


78.4 


42.4 


25.7 


112.8 


1196 




4476 


- 


118983 


120402 


476.7 


A 


89.8 


75.0 


38.1 


40.5 


373.2 


1844 




4606 


— 


118055 


128520 


755.2 


M 


65.7 


121.1 


42.0 


50.0 


413.1 


1646 




4287 


— 


87144 


129515 


1061.5 


J 


93.0 


81.9 


43.6 


504 


330.9 


2138 




4387 


— 


123524 


97229 


359.3 


J 


67.9 


118.8 


25.0 


36.2 


319.6 


2801 




4372 


— 


82504 


123574 


399.7 


A 


88.7 


56.3 


31.3 


27.5 


514.8 


6850 




4270 


- 


79182 


97634 


581.1 


s 


88.3 


93.4 


456 


453 


182.8 


6320 




4059 


— 


84477 


136762 


612.0 


O 


978 


93.3 


499 


40.3 


463.9 


6050 




4450 


- 


126460 


141925 


597.0 


N 


108.0 


169.9 


486 


41.4 


292.3 


5966 




4211 


- 


115075 


152189 


1055.1 


D 


88.0 


113.4 


51.4 


35.4 


174.5 


4917 




4550 


- 


108485 


153247 


1028.4 


1979 J 


87.5 


85.2 


49.0 


34.9 


343.7 


2298 




4051 


_ 


110346 


134678 


478.3 


F 


87.9 


74.7 


47.3 


34.2 


104.4 


1662 




3888 


- 


94565 


152656 


296.1 


M 


86.8 


103 8 


53.1 


47.3 


88 1 


2667 




4380 


— 


100522 


170789 


661.9 


A 


90.0 


67.8 


53.3 


39.6 


169.1 


4901 




4180 


- 


85630 


85846 


507.2 


M 


132.5 


123.2 


54.2 


42.7 


5928 


6578 




4025 


— 


99423 


112937 


497.4 


J 


93.8 


121.6 


44.0 


31.2 


131.7 


6459 




3637 


— 


85254 


92813 


562.5 


J 


80.4 


57.0 


44.9 


294 


60.7 


7552 




3933 


- 


89508 


102019 


579.2 


A 


106.0 


80.5 


46.5 


29.2 


350.5 


6879 




3920 


— 


99805 


97572 


387.4 


S 


144.5 


909 


47.7 


29.7 


113.6 


6211 




3852 


— 


114651 


100029 


581.8 





86.0 


71.2 


48.4 


39.6 


127.1 


4437 




4167 




93531 


74928 


518.4 



• includes copper tine in ore, ingots, bars, billets, rods and strips 2|ncludes ingots, bars and billets 3|ncludes nickel in matte or speiss, oxide and fine. ^Includes lead in 

ore and in pigs. 

Sources: Energy, Mines and Resources; Imports by Commodities (65-007), Exports by Commodities (65-004), Statistics Canada. 



85 



Section 7-Table 7 

Table 7: Non-metallic minerals (thousand tonnes) 



January 1980 





Asbestos 




Gypsum 


Cement 




Salt 






Year 
















Potash 




Producers 




Producers' 




Producers' 


Producers' 






month 


shipments 


Exports 


shipments 


Production 


shipments 


shipments' 


Imports 


Production 


D 


2627 


2628 


2629 


2630 


2631 


2626 


2634 


2607 


1977 


1518 


1415.4 


7232 


9934 


10047 


6039.1 


1126.2 


5764181.1 


1978 


1422 


1398 


8082 


10318 


10396 


6451 9 


1330.3 


6339738 1 


1977 D 


120 


153 


646 


591 


465 


677.9 


64.0 


371.7 


1978 J 


87 


86.7 


353 


367 


319 


6747 


36.9 


503.5 


F 


97 


1189 


409 


407 


415 


694.3 


77.2 


491.4 


M 


123 


983 


448 


611 


569 


374.4 


36.8 


621.6 


A 


96 


113.5 


634 


724 


649 


4280 


229.9 


520.7 


M 


104 


99.5 


662 


1006 


1031 


486 .1 


67.6 


541.2 


J 


126 


118.5 


881 


1103 


1234 


500.0 


2709 


615.5 


J 


93 


798 


693 


1177 


1154 


442.0 


95.3 


431.0 


A 


164 


112.6 


887 


1130 


1259 


399.2 


76.5 


551.9 


S 


143 


152.0 


803 


1083 


1146 


476 .1 


221.2 


478.4 


O 


138 


166.2 


903 


1144 


1215 


567.9 


164.2 


494.8 


N 


120 


141.2 


800 


834 


836 


6590 


36.7 


545.7 


D 


129 


110.9 


609 


731 


570 


750.5 


17.2 


544.0 


1979 J 


108 


118.4 


381 


394 


296 


717.8 


85.3 


539.5 


F 


109 


99.2 


445 


484 


387 


710.6 


4.0 


427.9 


M 


123 


130.0 


585 


632 


611 


464.0 


8.3 


613.7 


A 


116 


99.7 


569 


719 


635 


4286 


226.1 


680.9 


M 


120 


143.2 


709 


1033 


1132 


450.8 


248.9 


577.1 


J 


139 


126 6 


803 


1135 


1217 


493.0 


127 3 


676.1 


J 


97 


99.9 


727 


1261 


1282 


477.0 


87.8 


594.5 


A 


144 


1246 


867 


1295 


1384 


485.2 


87.8 


579.9 


S 


136 


157.4 


791 


1071 


1112 


581 8 


83.3 


600.1 





138 


111.4 


779 


1149 


1237 


6297 


- 


591.7 


N 








959 


904 




" 


" 



'Total salt and salt content ot brine. 

Sources: Energy, Mines and Resources; Cement (44-001), Imports by Commodities (65-007), Exports by Commodities (65-004), Statistics Canada. 



86 



Section 8 ■ Construction 

88 1. Building Permits, by Type 

88 2. Building Permits, by Province 

89 3. Dwelling Units Started, All Areas 

89 4. Dwelling Units Completed, All Areas 

89 5. Dwelling Units Under Construction, All Areas 

90 6. Dwelling Units Started, Centres 10,000 and Over 

90 7. Dwelling Units Completed, Centres 10,000 and Over 

91 8. Dwelling Units Under Construction, Centres 10,000 and Over 

91 9. Mortgage Loans Approvals 

92 10. Domestic Shipments of Building Materials by Canadian Manufacturers 



87 



Section 8-Tables 1 and 2 

Table 1: Building permits, by type (million dollars) 



January 1980 









Non-residential 






Canada, 






Non-res 


dential 
















Institu- 








Institu- 


Canada, 


Year 










tional and 




55 munici- 










tional and 




55 munici- 


and 


Canada 






Com- 


govern- 


Resi- 


palities 


Canada 




Indus- 


Commer- 


govern- 


Resi- 


palities 


month 


total' 


Total 


Industrial 


mercial 


ment 


dential 


only2 


total' 


Total 


trial 


cial 


ment 


dential 


only2 


D 


2671 


2683 


2672 


2673 


2674 


2675 


2676 
















D 
















2677 


4898 


2678 


2679 


2680 


2681 


2682 


1977 


12,419.8 


4,807.3 


1,351.0 


2,4445 


1,351.0 


7,612.6 


4663 6 


4 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


5 


1978 


13,134.7 


5,568.0 


1,374 


3,140.5 


1,374.0 


7,566.7 


4,899 1 
















Unadjusted for seasonal variation 










Adjusted 


for seasonal variation 








1977 N 


1,082.7 


409.6 


72.5 


210.5 


126.7 


673.0 


474.8 


1,069.6 


389.8 


80.6 


199.3 


109.8 


679.8 


456.6 


D 


852.0 


346.3 


65.9 


200.5 


79.9 


505.7 


391.6 


1,126.1 


3434 


79.4 


196.8 


67.1 


782.8 


449.6 


1978 J 


5378 


2584 


47.9 


116.2 


94.2 


279.4 


273.8 


1,050.3 


4393 


89.0 


188.4 


161.9 


611.0 


402.3 


F 


623.5 


272.9 


47.6 


140.6 


84.8 


3506 


266.4 


971.4 


377.5 


842 


173.7 


119.6 


593.9 


306.3 


M 


958.6 


385.8 


55.2 


2460 


84.6 


572.8 


426.4 


1,013.1 


416.6 


76.6 


251.5 


88.6 


596.5 


414.2 


A 


1,175.5 


462.3 


72.2 


276.0 


114.1 


713.2 


405.6 


1,101.0 


490.1 


75.0 


290.6 


124.5 


611.0 


444.5 


M 


1,409.4 


515.6 


1038 


295.9 


1159 


8939 


5024 


1,064 5 


435.8 


80.7 


251.5 


103.6 


628.7 


390.0 


J 


1,354.7 


5348 


130.0 


2605 


1443 


8199 


426.9 


1,082.8 


4580 


90.8 


242.7 


124.5 


624.8 


355.3 


J 


1,115.6 


452.7 


99.3 


259.3 


94.2 


662.9 


3995 


1,090.1 


466.3 


924 


277.8 


96.1 


623.9 


485.4 


A 


1,300.0 


549.1 


950 


3238 


130 2 


7509 


471.4 


1,090.2 


455.1 


74.6 


267.3 


113.2 


635.1 


424.5 


S 


1,244.4 


559.1 


82.2 


362.4 


114.4 


685.2 


4078 


1,120.0 


507.0 


75.1 


313.0 


119.0 


612.9 


340.6 





1,308.8 


554.7 


110.0 


319.9 


124.7 


754.1 


454.9 


1,175.5 


4968 


87.2 


293.5 


116.1 


678.6 


443.4 


N 


1,089.4 


497.5 


124.5 


2569 


116.1 


591.9 


401.8 


1,114.7 


4997 


136.0 


263.9 


99.8 


615.0 


419.0 


D 


1,017.2 


525 1 


858 


282.9 


156.4 


4920 


462.2 


1,298.4 


526.3 


101.0 


295.6 


129.6 


772.2 


525.9 


1979 J 


538.4 


270.1 


47.9 


155.7 


665 


2683 


255.2 


981.8 


435.1 


88.5 


229.5 


117.0 


546.7 


353.6 


F 


625.4 


318.2 


53.5 


196.4 


682 


307.2 


297.8 


9532 


430.8 


93.9 


241.1 


95.8 


522.4 


3888 


M 


1,110.1 


505.9 


102.5 


3076 


95.8 


604.2 


447.7 


1,201.0 


560.4 


141.7 


3175 


101.3 


640.6 


425.5 


A 


1,173.5 


447.0 


123.1 


235.8 


882 


726.4 


428.1 


1,098 9 


481 7 


1289 


257.1 


957 


617.1 


467.6 


M 


1,575.9 


635.2 


130.7 


4064 


98.1 


940.8 


513.9 


1,215.7 


5323 


99.0 


3459 


87.4 


683.4 


461.8 


J 


1,438 7 


647.6 


130.2 


352.7 


164.6 


791.2 


470.8 


1,134.1 


546.8 


89.8 


315.7 


141.3 


587.3 


371.8 


J 


1,292.7 


572.9 


133.7 


310.9 


128.3 


719.9 


415.4 


1,241.2 


5720 


1275 


314.8 


129.7 


669.2 


432.3 


A 


1,521.3 


669.0 


138.4 


398.4 


132.3 


852.3 


516.3 


1,297 9 


5724 


107.5 


3523 


112.6 


725.5 


458 1 


S 


1,344.4 


630.6 


140.5 


3530 


137.1 


713.8 


444 


1,286.2 


6059 


129 7 


3324 


143.8 


680.3 


451.5 


O 


1,220.6 


531.3 


104.9 


3080 


118.4 


6893 


431.1 


1,133.9 


4960 


920 


2809 


123 1 


637.9 


3644 



'In 1978, approximately 2,000 municipalities are being surveyed 
maintained so historical comparisons are possible. 
Source: Building Permits (64-001), Statistics Canada. 



2This is an historical series with data available back to 1920 Consistent coverage and volume have been 



Table 2: 


Building permits, by province' 


(million dollars) 


















Year and 
month 


Canada Nfld. P. El 


N.S N.B. 


Que 


Ont 


Man 


Sask 


Alta. 


BC. 


Yukon 


N.W.T. 


D 


2695 2696 2697 


2698 2699 


2700 


2701 


2702 


2703 


2704 


2705 


2706 


2707 



1977 


12,419.8 


128.1 


69.0 


3167 


178.2 


2,458.7 


4,175.2 


3992 


539.5 


2,374.8 


1,751.3 


7.6 


21.5 


1978 


13,134.7 


109.2 


902 


361 4 


2370 


2,4060 


4,241.3 


4708 


4867 


3,033.8 


1,655.3 


28.5 


14.5 


1977 N 


1,082.7 


5.4 


62 


44.0 


21 


188.7 


314.5 


39.4 


58.5 


2734 


129.6 


1.6 


0.5 


D 


852.0 


31.9 


24 


16.5 


12.5 


119.3 


2552 


33.1 


51.2 


219.9 


109.5 


0.2 


0.2 


1978 J 


537.8 


3.0 


4.0 


12.3 


33 


66.3 


127.3 


22.0 


27.7 


177.2 


94.0 


0.5 


03 


F 


623.5 


39 


2.4 


18.2 


97 


100.1 


198 5 


427 


19.2 


121.0 


106.5 


1.1 


0.1 


M 


958.6 


2.0 


34 


16.3 


10.5 


207.2 


2883 


420 


23.1 


241.0 


121.5 


1.0 


2.3 


A 


1,175.5 


6.0 


4.6 


37.3 


17.0 


2363 


3852 


308 


38 1 


271 


144.9 


3.9 


0.4 


M 


1,409.4 


93 


6.4 


372 


388 


2528 


521.5 


59 1 


47.8 


263.9 


166.9 


2.6 


3 1 


J 


1,354.7 


7.9 


6.8 


38.2 


28.4 


272.3 


4640 


46 1 


51.5 


276.6 


160.1 


1.4 


14 


J 


1,115.6 


10.9 


7.2 


39.6 


30.5 


1473 


407.5 


39.8 


528 


2507 


124.0 


4.1 


1.1 


A 


1,300.0 


10.9 


34.7 


43.1 


15.4 


241.2 


415.1 


33.2 


49.1 


319.8 


132.9 


3.3 


1.3 


S 


1,244.4 


8.3 


4.6 


27.4 


24.1 


224 1 


446 1 


475 


52.8 


2552 


149.2 


3.0 


2.2 


O 


1,308.8 


11.3 


8.1 


382 


15.6 


2720 


4036 


378 


40.6 


312.8 


161.6 


6.6 


0.7 


N 


1,089.4 


21.8 


3.8 


234 


337 


190.7 


3534 


25.8 


35.1 


267.4 


131.9 


0.9 


1.5 


D 


1,017.2 


13.9 


4.1 


30.2 


10.2 


195.7 


231.0 


44.1 


488 


277.2 


161.7 


0.1 


0.1 


1979 J 


538.4 


1.5 


1.0 


30.1 


89 


76.6 


119.9 


28.4 


24.4 


161.5 


84.7 


1.2 


0.2 


F 


6254 


3.8 


1.9 


13.6 


21.6 


100.2 


203.4 


21.0 


24.4 


132.4 


101.6 


1.5 


0.2 


M 


1,110.1 


5.8 


7.1 


248 


11.7 


2177 


2842 


23.0 


34.4 


300 1 


200.3 


0.8 


0.2 


A 


1,173.5 


8.9 


8.1 


308 


16.1 


2540 


391 4 


36.3 


51.8 


211.9 


162.4 


1.6 


0.2 


M 


1,575.9 


11.4 


9.1 


36.4 


29.5 


259.7 


471.2 


34.0 


95.5 


411.9 


2135 


3.1 


04 


J 


1,438 7 


110 


13.5 


33.2 


267 


234 5 


4793 


26.3 


65.8 


323.5 


2174 


6.4 


1.2 


J 


1,292 7 


9.5 


6.1 


39.6 


17.4 


215.6 


415.7 


45.9 


562 


292.5 


187.3 


6.3 


0.6 


A 


1,521.3 


12.2 


8.0 


37.7 


26.7 


301 2 


5085 


247 


101.4 


331.1 


166.4 


3.0 


0.5 


S 


1,344 4 


13.2 


6.8 


27.3 


29.4 


248.0 


392.7 


35.9 


60.7 


317.0 


208.3 


3.4 


1.8 


O 


1,220.6 


7.1 


6.3 


34.8 


22.2 


222.4 


380.3 


30.8 


59.3 


319.6 


134 5 


2.9 


0.3 



1 In 1975, approximately 1,600 municipalities are being surveyed 
Source: Building Permits (64-001), Statistics Canada. 



88 



January 1980 

Table 3: Dwelling units' started, all areas 



Section 8-Tables 3-5 



























Canada 


























seasonally 


























adjusted 


Year 
























at annual 


and 
























rates 


quarter 


Canada 


Nfld 


PEI 


NS 


NB 


Que 


Ont 


Man 


Sask. 


Alta 


BC 


(thousands) 


D 


2717 


2718 


2719 


2720 


2721 


2722 


2723 


2724 


2725 


2726 


2727 


4945 


1977 


245,724 


3,719 


824 


7,495 


4,308 


57,580 


79,130 


9,410 


12,825 


38,075 


32,358 




1978 


227,667 


2,865 


1,210 


4,853 


5,167 


43,671 


71,710 


12,121 


9,527 


47,925 


28,618 




1976 4 


72,219 


1,462 


188 


1,583 


991 


16.401 


22,830 


2,229 


4,809 


11,220 


10,506 


270.4 


1977 1 


35,606 


305 


35 


687 


206 


10,242 


9,539 


2,044 


1,802 


4,511 


6,235 


230.9 


2 


70,369 


1,271 


339 


1,468 


1,540 


1 7,624 


23,293 


2,281 


3,326 


9,900 


9,327 


246.7 


3 


72,262 


1,185 


209 


2,305 


1,743 


16.570 


24,236 


2,936 


2,848 


11,923 


8,307 


250.6 


4 


67,487 


958 


241 


3,035 


819 


13.144 


22,062 


2,149 


4,849 


11,741 


8,489 


247.7 


1978 1 


47,197 


209 


237 


906 


567 


9,043 


11,291 


3,855 


2,099 


12,225 


6,765 


299.0 


2 


57,103 


541 


336 


1,236 


1,692 


1 3,684 


17,005 


3,541 


2,486 


10,059 


6,523 


200.1 


3 


63,594 


1,075 


310 


1,375 


1,802 


1 0,703 


23,096 


2,459 


2,065 


12,613 


8,096 


217.6 


4 


59,773 


1,040 


327 


1,336 


1,106 


10,241 


20,318 


2,266 


2,877 


13,028 


7,234 


219.9 


1979 1 


32,024 


303 


230 


658 


263 


5,479 


6,967 


1,257 


2,432 


9,999 


4,436 


211.5 


2 


54,910 


1,090 


262 


1,324 


2,158 


14,035 


14,993 


1,842 


2,603 


9,810 


6,793 


192.1 


3 


54,607 


956 


347 


1,392 


1,657 


10,695 


17,386 


1.897 


3,078 


9,406 


7,793 


185.8 


Table 4: 


Dwelling units) 


completed, 


all areas 












































Canada 

seasonally 

ad|usted 


Year 
























at annual 


and 
























rates 


quarter 


Canada 


Nfld 


P.E.I 


NS 


NB 


Que 


Ont 


Man 


Sask 


Alta 


BC 


(thousands) 


D 


2739 


2740 


2741 


2742 


2743 


2744 


274b 


2746 


2747 


2748 


2749 


4946 


1977 


251,789 


4,292 


652 


7,521 


5,313 


61,979 


80,717 


8,720 


11,485 


37,879 


33,231 




1978 


246,533 


3,561 


1,036 


5,745 


5,896 


54,129 


80,429 


10,550 


11,383 


43,025 


30,779 




1976 4 


70,211 


1,942 


351 


1,736 


2,439 


1 5,086 


22,187 


3,400 


3,566 


7,413 


12,091 


244.9 


1977 1 


53,585 


1,731 


94 


1,985 


1,517 


10,976 


16,950 


1,734 


3,022 


7,439 


8,137 


256.7 


2 


58,737 


797 


57 


1,442 


1,127 


14,228 


19,074 


1,782 


2,847 


9,351 


8,032 


237.8 


3 


69,619 


1,065 


215 


1,135 


1,010 


21,173 


22,111 


2,499 


2,696 


8,851 


8,864 


2654 


4 


69,848 


699 


286 


2,959 


1,659 


1 5,602 


22,582 


2,705 


2,920 


12,238 


8,198 


248.4 


1978 1 


51,460 


658 


133 


1,718 


1,447 


11,414 


17,026 


1,841 


1,968 


8,547 


6,708 


246.6 


2 


60,132 


637 


282 


1.420 


879 


14,325 


19,799 


2,953 


3,499 


8,233 


8,105 


242.0 


3 


69,469 


846 


284 


1,270 


1,609 


1 5,909 


22,655 


2,882 


2,223 


13,841 


7,950 


266.3 


4 


65,472 


1,420 


337 


1,337 


1,961 


12,481 


20,949 


2,874 


3,693 


12,404 


8,016 


232.5 


1979 1 


50,524 


594 


334 


1.536 


923 


9,073 


15,877 


2,620 


2,131 


11,412 


6,024 


242.3 


2 


50,399 


677 


117 


908 


717 


10,195 


16,406 


1,949 


2,860 


10,080 


6,490 


204.4 


3 


62,026 


461 


421 


2,292 


1,648 


13,071 


21,157 


1,381 


2,877 


11,603 


7,115 


236.1 



Table 5: Dwelling units' under construction, all areas 



























Canada 


























seasonally 


























adiusted 


End ot 
























at annual 


period 
























rates 


or quarter 


Canada 


Ntld 


PEI 


NS 


NB 


Que 


Ont 


Man 


Sask 


Alta 


BC 


(thousands) 


D 


2761 


2762 


2763 


2764 


2765 


2766 


2767 


2768 


2769 


2770 


2771 


4947 


1977 


185,599 


2,878 


347 


6.479 


2,709 


35,366 


75,518 


6,479 


10,097 


27,305 


18,421 




1978 


164,702 


3,483 


528 


5,463 


1,888 


24,053 


66,106 


8.048 


8,138 


31,323 


15,672 




1976 4 


204,286 


4,537 


183 


7,307 


3,873 


43,600 


78,359 


5,820 


9,319 


29,411 


21,877 


199.7 


1977 1 


181,259 


3,131 


122 


5,429 


2,440 


40,795 


70,710 


6,130 


7,798 


25,880 


18,824 


192.1 


2 


191,105 


3,606 


404 


5,398 


2,852 


43,969 


74,502 


6,629 


8,127 


26,147 


19,471 


190.5 


3 


189,863 


2,627 


398 


6,531 


3,567 


38,103 


76,332 


7.036 


8,181 


28,410 


18,678 


183.2 


4 


185,599 


2,878 


347 


6,479 


2,709 


35,366 


75,518 


6,479 


10,097 


27,305 


18,421 


182 7 


1978 1 


180,722 


2,430 


446 


5,609 


1,845 


32.856 


69,819 


8,489 


10,174 


30,833 


18,221 


191.3 


2 


176,980 


2,332 


499 


5,360 


2,642 


32,076 


66,854 


9,077 


9,135 


32,458 


16,547 


176.3 


3 


171,640 


3,899 


523 


5,465 


2,830 


26,754 


67,075 


8,655 


8,956 


30,923 


16,560 


165.9 


4 


164,702 


3,483 


528 


5,463 


1,888 


24,053 


66,106 


8,048 


8,138 


31,323 


15,672 


162.0 


1979 1 


142,956 


1,743 


419 


4,513 


1,426 


20,010 


56,619 


6,685 


8,414 


29,348 


13,779 


151.2 


2 


146,975 


2,595 


554 


4,808 


2,798 


23,731 


55,137 


6,581 


7,977 


28,805 


13,989 


146.3 


3 


138,392 


3,081 


477 


3,867 


2,802 


21,066 


50,821 


6,998 


8,099 


26,526 


14,655 


133.9 



'A dwelling unit is defined as a structurally separate set of living quarters having its own entrance from outside of the building, or from a common passage inside These data 
are the result of a nation-wide survey, for which the field work is carried out by the Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation All metropolitan areas and urban centres with 
a population of 10.000 or more, along with certain other areas ot high building activity, are enumerated completely each month The remainder of the country is covered on a 
sample basis quarterly. 



Source: Housing Starts and Completions (64-002), Statistics Canada. 



89 



Section 8-Tables 6 and 7 

Table 6: Dwelling unitsi started, centres 10,000 and over 



January 1980 





























Canada 




























seasonally 




























adjusted 


Year 




















Metropolitan 


areas 




at annual 


and 




Atlantic 








Saskatch- 




Britis 










rates 


month 


Canada 


provinces 


Quebec 


Ontario 


Manitoba 


ewan 


Alberta 
2789 


Columbia 
2790 


Montreal 
2791 


Toronto 
2792 


Winnipeg 
2793 


Vancouver 
2794 


thousands) 


D 


2783 


2784 


2785 


2786 


2787 


2788 


4900 


1977 


200,201 


9,304 


47,646 


70,231 


7,383 


9,326 


30,009 


26,302 


27,189 


27,918 


6,353 


15,257 




1978 


1 78,678 


6,460 


36,626 


61,925 


10,234 


6,327 


37,530 


19,576 


18,300 


26,051 


9,706 


12,183 




1977 D 


20,485 


1,855 


3,471 


7,315 


779 


1,712 


3,348 


2,005 


1,861 


3,334 


694 


1,267 


222 


1978 J 


14,958 


364 


2,807 


3,881 


1,557 


1,053 


3,265 


2,031 


1,826 


1,741 


1,521 


1,378 


240 


F 


11,761 


285 


2,372 


2,674 


930 


248 


3,333 


1,919 


1,523 


826 


923 


1,297 


230 


M 


13,781 


277 


3,069 


3,535 


1,127 


486 


3,369 


1,918 


1,967 


2,242 


1,124 


1,395 


254 


A 


12,617 


256 


3,072 


4,166 


993 


405 


2,174 


1,551 


2,064 


1,931 


931 


864 


166 


M 


16,441 


720 


4,772 


5,016 


830 


782 


2,473 


1,848 


1,979 


1,772 


730 


1,094 


155 


J 


16,214 


658 


3,714 


5,794 


1,031 


451 


3,089 


1,477 


1,473 


2,283 


968 


883 


155 


J 


16,388 


636 


3,341 


6,309 


570 


549 


3,631 


1,352 


1,796 


2,739 


445 


705 


165 


A 


16,480 


737 


2,388 


7,283 


1,003 


360 


2,959 


1,750 


971 


3,005 


976 


1,078 


181 


S 


14,481 


697 


2,428 


5,987 


335 


323 


3,332 


1,379 


928 


2,092 


295 


636 


160 





15,373 


657 


2,973 


6,101 


644 


667 


3,057 


1,274 


1,053 


2,861 


621 


713 


173 


N 


18,150 


733 


3,329 


7,010 


578 


577 


4,503 


1,420 


1,611 


2,791 


550 


878 


194 


D 


12,034 


440 


2,361 


4,169 


636 


426 


2,345 


1,657 


1,109 


1,768 


622 


1,262 


138 


1979 J 


11,533 


221 


2,252 


2,516 


792 


446 


3,349 


1,957 


1,173 


814 


722 


1,551 


194 


F 


6,503 


149 


1,421 


1,362 


163 


470 


2,062 


876 


1,036 


351 


159 


496 


131 


M 


8,134 


467 


1,182 


1,849 


190 


932 


2,417 


1,097 


703 


1,014 


182 


534 


153 


A 


11,057 


229 


3,342 


3,100 


623 


181 


2,157 


1,425 


1,660 


1,476 


621 


824 


146 


M 


15,737 


630 


4,271 


4,795 


364 


973 


2,741 


1,963 


2,029 


2,420 


360 


1,166 


148 


J 


14,352 


596 


4,160 


4,210 


267 


938 


2,621 


1,560 


1,841 


1,588 


224 


934 


135 


J 


12,884 


672 


2,643 


4,344 


806 


411 


2,332 


1,676 


1,006 


1,372 


797 


926 


127 


A 


14,909 


556 


2,853 


5,630 


237 


459 


2,697 


2,477 


1,348 


3,099 


225 


1,565 


163 


S 


12,742 


545 


2,585 


4,345 


491 


907 


1,949 


1,920 


1,083 


2,091 


382 


1,127 


140 


O 


15,414 


552 


3,401 


5,431 


238 


882 


2,829 


2,081 


1,374 


2,153 


213 


1,178 


174 


N 


15,264 


503 


3,292 


4,931 


136 


1,332 


2.769 


2,301 


1,582 


2,515 


122 


1,419 


163 



Table 7: Dwelling units' completed, centres 10,000 and over 





























Canada 




























seasonally 




























adjusted 


Year 




















Metropolitan 


areas 




at annual 


and 


Canada 


Atlantic 
provinces 


Quebec 


Ontario 


Manitoba 


Saskatch- 
ewan 


Alberta 


British 
Columbia 










rates 


month 


Montreal 


Toronto 


Winnipeg 


Vancouver 


thousands) 


D 


2807 


2808 


2809 


2810 


2811 


2812 


2813 


2814 


2815 


2816 


2817 


2818 


4901 


1977 


206,217 


10,162 


51,670 


71,218 


6,880 


8,048 


30,811 


27,428 


30,194 


26,691 


6,282 


15,753 




1978 


198,777 


8,287 


45,634 


70,127 


8,617 


8,343 


34,194 


23,575 


26,034 


25,866 


7,542 


14,895 




1977 D 


18,162 


1,423 


4,083 


6,033 


797 


690 


2.872 


2,264 


2,683 


2,151 


767 


1,149 


219 


1978 J 


16,161 


669 


4,639 


4,363 


781 


693 


3,021 


1,975 


3,743 


1,462 


755 


1,282 


208 


F 


12,353 


525 


2,568 


4,856 


515 


364 


1,806 


1,719 


1,494 


1,299 


468 


1,008 


190 


M 


13,298 


1,064 


2,662 


5,226 


296 


271 


2,036 


1,743 


971 


2,075 


265 


1,037 


202 


A 


14,250 


561 


2,610 


5,638 


595 


803 


2,092 


1,951 


1,831 


2,909 


485 


1,284 


198 


M 


14,770 


707 


4,068 


4,613 


631 


813 


1,683 


2,255 


2,140 


1,234 


353 


1,494 


170 


J 


19,680 


598 


4,862 


7,341 


739 


1,128 


2,549 


2,463 


2,880 


2,668 


727 


1,578 


207 


J 


19,526 


341 


5,945 


6,813 


795 


436 


2,920 


2,276 


3,234 


3,245 


668 


1,687 


224 


A 


20,299 


912 


4,479 


7,023 


794 


698 


3,807 


2,586 


2,352 


2,992 


607 


1,576 


234 


S 


17,530 


539 


3,310 


6,520 


1,006 


379 


4,014 


1,762 


1,462 


2,740 


960 


969 


195 


O 


18,229 


708 


3,470 


6,342 


717 


1,349 


3,689 


1,954 


1,709 


2,038 


618 


1,183 


196 


N 


18,136 


621 


4,154 


6,759 


1,029 


706 


3,468 


1,399 


2,560 


2,515 


957 


784 


186 


D 


14,545 


1,022 


2,867 


4,633 


719 


703 


3,109 


1,492 


1,658 


689 


679 


1,013 


175 


1979 J 


16,355 


817 


3,709 


5,347 


933 


581 


3,262 


1,706 


2,385 


1,874 


876 


961 


211 


F 


12,138 


322 


2,154 


4,243 


721 


770 


2,832 


1,096 


1,252 


2,251 


688 


803 


187 


M 


10,978 


855 


1,934 


3,458 


505 


243 


2,970 


1,013 


787 


1,585 


489 


493 


166 


A 


12,923 


536 


2,832 


4,204 


1,116 


307 


2,072 


1,856 


1,688 


2,067 


1,114 


1,138 


181 


M 


13,492 


393 


2,816 


5,252 


252 


557 


2,548 


1,674 


1,544 


1,397 


251 


1,110 


158 


J 


14,127 


436 


3,240 


5,007 


221 


1,126 


2,490 


1,607 


1,324 


2,686 


197 


1,080 


151 


J 


16,214 


1,225 


3,923 


5,796 


236 


671 


2,970 


1,393 


1,884 


2,913 


235 


785 


184 


A 


18,589 


819 


3,838 


7,728 


141 


490 


3,688 


1,885 


2,149 


4,285 


137 


1,204 


212 


S 


14,827 


581 


3,181 


4,869 


599 


790 


2,790 


2,017 


1,480 


1,390 


552 


1,442 


163 


O 


17,837 


519 


3,804 


7,772 


503 


1,048 


2,407 


1,784 


2,222 


3,744 


473 


907 


192 


N 


17,043 


715 


3,490 


6,679 


1,141 


566 


2,764 


1,688 


1,517 


3,357 


1,126 


912 


175 



Note: Data are based on 1971 Census area definitions 
See footnote and source in Table 5. 



90 



January 1980 

Table 8: Dwelling unitsi under construction, centres 10,000 and over 



Section 8-Tables 8 and 9 





























Canada 




























seasonally 




























ad|usled 


End 




















Metropolitan 


areas 




at annual 


ol 


Canada 


Atlantic 
provinces 


Quebec 


Ontario 


Manitoba 


Saskatch 1 
ewan 


Alberta 


British 
Columbia 












period 


Montreal 


Toronto 


Winnipeg 


Vancouver 


'thousands) 


D 


4903 


4904 


4905 


4908 


4911 


4914 


4915 


4916 


4906 


4909 


4912 


4917 


4902 


1977 D 


158,216 


8,658 


30,832 


68,830 


5,213 


7,396 


22,577 


14,710 


21,058 


33,848 


4,336 


8,570 




1978 D 


135,239 


6,547 


21,036 


59,946 


6,829 


5,285 


25,321 


10,275 


13,150 


33,859 


6,500 


5,477 




1977 D 


158,216 


8,658 


30,832 


68,830 


5,213 


7,396 


22,577 


14,710 


21,058 


33,848 


4,336 


8,570 


157 


1978 J 


156,819 


8,333 


28,956 


68,347 


5,988 


7,744 


22,786 


14,665 


19,111 


34,127 


5,101 


8,597 


156 


F 


155,973 


8,070 


28,715 


66,090 


6,402 


7,628 


24,223 


14,845 


19,098 


33,654 


5,556 


8,874 


159 


M 


1 56,252 


7,266 


29,084 


64,421 


7,233 


7,811 


25,547 


14,890 


20,094 


33,821 


6,415 


9,106 


162 


A 


154,501 


6,931 


29,544 


62,944 


7,631 


7,409 


25,563 


14,479 


20,331 


32,843 


6,861 


8,677 


158 


M 


155,916 


6,913 


30,194 


63,333 


7,830 


7,369 


26,288 


13,989 


20,167 


33,381 


7,238 


8,193 


157 


J 


152,255 


6,952 


28,996 


61,680 


8,122 


6,686 


26,813 


13,006 


18,746 


32,984 


7,479 


7,497 


151 


J 


148,890 


7,248 


26,330 


61,145 


7,897 


6,796 


27,462 


12,012 


17,267 


32,478 


7,256 


6,443 


145 


A 


144,854 


7,068 


24,242 


61,266 


8,107 


6,454 


26,535 


11,182 


15,886 


32,485 


7,626 


5,939 


142 


S 


141,556 


7,082 


23,321 


60,711 


7,436 


6,388 


25,820 


10,798 


15,339 


31,837 


6,961 


5,613 


139 


O 


138,206 


7,019 


22,495 


60,341 


7,363 


5,712 


25,160 


10,116 


14,682 


32,531 


6,964 


5,142 


137 


N 


137,888 


7,129 


21,591 


60,461 


6,912 


5,580 


26,095 


10,120 


13,718 


32,804 


6,557 


5,230 


137 


D 


135,239 


6,547 


21,036 


59,946 


6,829 


5,285 


25,321 


10,275 


13,150 


33,859 


6,500 


5,477 


134 


1979 J 


129,655 


5,946 


19,064 


56,946 


6,688 


5,148 


25,339 


10,524 


11,480 


32,800 


6,346 


6,065 


129 


F 


123,217 


5,769 


17,819 


53,856 


6,130 


4,844 


24,497 


10,302 


10,759 


30,904 


5,817 


5,756 


126 


M 


120,188 


5,399 


17,425 


52,204 


5,815 


5,528 


23,479 


10,338 


10,939 


30,333 


5,510 


5,750 


125 


A 


118,359 


5,101 


17,960 


51,134 


5,326 


5,292 


23,675 


9,871 


10,901 


29,742 


5,021 


5,400 


122 


M 


120,113 


5,335 


19,312 


50,665 


5,437 


5,625 


23,598 


10,141 


11,377 


29,319 


5,129 


5,458 


121 


J 


119,981 


5,488 


20,212 


49,657 


5,483 


5,437 


23,650 


10,054 


11,887 


28,219 


5,156 


5,279 


118 


J 


116,442 


4,925 


18,887 


48,069 


6,053 


5,175 


23,000 


10,333 


11,000 


26,678 


5,718 


5,420 


113 


A 


112,475 


4,621 


17,767 


45,848 


6,149 


5,138 


22,027 


10,925 


10,189 


25,500 


5,806 


5,781 


110 


S 


109,961 


4,581 


17,133 


45,027 


5,960 


5,332 


21,104 


10,824 


9,791 


26,202 


5,555 


5,464 


108 


O 


107,058 


4,612 


16,691 


42,555 


5,694 


5,059 


21,328 


11,119 


8,932 


24,611 


5,294 


5,737 


106 


N 


104,766 


4,399 


16,361 


40,764 


4,374 


5,810 


21,326 


11,732 


8,993 


23,769 


3,975 


6,246 


104 



See footnote and source in Table 5. 



Table 9: Mortgage loans approvals) 















New hou 


sing 












Conventioi 












Conventional lenders 








Dwelling units 






lal 




Under National 


Act2 








Total 












lenders 


















N H A 




Act 














Other 

approved 




Lite 
insurance 


loan and 
other com- 




and 
conven- 








Conven- 




Existing 
resi- 








Other 






Year 
and 


C.M.H.C 


Ienders3 


Total 


companies 


panies3 


Total 


tional 


C.MH.C. 


N.H A 


Total 


tional 


Total 


dential 


Other4 


month 






Million dollars 












Number 






Million dollars 


D 


2643 


2644 


2645 


2646 


2647 


2648 


2649 


2650 


2651 


2652 


2653 


2654 


2655 


2656 


1977 


339 


3,964 


4,302 


596 


2,089 


2,685 


6,987 


11,030 


118,734 


129,764 


72,612 


202,376 


5,717 


2,162 


1978 


224 


2,088 


2,313 


575 


2,749 


3,324 


5,636 


7,590 


58,201 


65,791 


76,674 


142,465 


6,117 


2,469 


1977 O 


51 


357 


408 


41 


186 


227 


635 


1,739 


11,122 


12,861 


5,587 


18,448 


458 


143 


N 


33 


400 


433 


47 


175 


222 


655 


1,073 


12,301 


13,374 


5,997 


19,371 


423 


156 


D 


120 


460 


579 


34 


141 


175 


754 


4,209 


14,064 


18,273 


4,386 


22,659 


349 


215 


1978 J 


5 


72 


78 


29 


119 


148 


226 


106 


1,943 


2,049 


3,521 


5,570 


306 


148 


F 


1 


65 


66 


20 


131 


151 


217 


31 


1,688 


1,719 


3,828 


5,547 


408 


157 


M 


5 


124 


129 


57 


231 


288 


417 


169 


3,391 


3,560 


6,840 


10,400 


520 


183 


A 


3 


180 


183 


74 


291 


365 


547 


111 


5,209 


5,320 


8,083 


13,403 


578 


247 


M 


11 


208 


219 


48 


241 


289 


508 


298 


5,418 


5,716 


6,659 


12,375 


558 


210 


J 


14 


183 


197 


51 


255 


306 


503 


505 


4,988 


5,493 


7,013 


12,506 


606 


283 


J 


8 


354 


362 


36 


223 


259 


621 


237 


10,370 


10,607 


5,992 


16,599 


531 


232 


A 


3 


224 


227 


52 


254 


306 


533 


130 


6,214 


6,344 


7,005 


13,349 


574 


190 


S 


11 


188 


199 


57 


296 


353 


552 


287 


5,187 


5,474 


8,256 


13,730 


620 


225 


O 


24 


168 


192 


58 


276 


334 


526 


743 


4,736 


5,479 


7,789 


13,268 


577 


228 


N 


46 


179 


225 


47 


259 


306 


531 


1,692 


5,045 


6,737 


6,743 


13,480 


465 


201 


D 


93 


143 


236 


46 


173 


219 


455 


3,281 


4,012 


7,293 


4,945 


12,238 


374 


165 


1979 J 


1 


65 


66 


24 


125 


149 


215 


21 


1,734 


1,755 


3,070 


4,825 


317 


168 


F 


— 


35 


35 


18 


173 


191 


226 


— 


934 


934 


3,998 


4,932 


389 


177 


M 


- 


72 


72 


29 


223 


252 


324 


3 


1,722 


1,725 


5,479 


7,204 


523 


205 


A 


- 


7 


7 


29 


280 


309 


316 


2 


2,847 


2,849 


6,303 


9,152 


568 


328 


M 


- 


11 


11 


61 


377 


438 


449 


7 


3,946 


3,953 


9,097 


13,050 


687 


256 


J 


- 


13 


13 


108 


359 


467 


480 


10 


2,577 


2,587 


9,467 


12,054 


747 


374 


J 


- 


16 


16 


85 


394 


479 


495 


5 


2,445 


2,450 


9,997 


12,447 


737 


449 


A 


— 


20 


20 


82 


388 


470 


490 


17 


4,441 


4,458 


9,512 


13,970 


657 


329 


S 




22 


22 


70 


310 


380 


402 


6 


2,087 


2,093 


7,312 


9,405 


470 


293 



Note. Components may not add to totals due to rounding differences. 

'Data are on a gross basis i.e. they do not take account of cancellations or alterations of loans after initial approval. 2 Agency loans (loans made by other lending institutions 
on behalf of C.M.H.C.) are included under C.M.H.C. 3|ncludes fraternal and mutual benefit societies, Quebec savings banks and, since May 1967, chartered banks. in- 
cludes new and existing commercial structures and farm properly 
Source: Canadian Housing Statistics, Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation. 



91 



Section 8-Table 10 

Table 10: Domestic shipments of building materials by Canadian manufacturers 



January 1980 















Rigid insulating 


board 






Hard board 


























Pre- 






Soft 




Soft 


Bui 


ding 










Not finished 










wood. 




wood 


board 


As- 


Root 


Other 


Particle 


temper- wall or 


Gypsum 


products 






plywood 


lumber'. 2 


(panels 


phalted 


insu- 


deco- 


board 


ed or 


Deiling 






Portland 










natural 


sheafing 


lation 


rative 




treated 


sanels 


Wall 




cemenr.2 


Year 


Million 






or cofltAdl 


board 


board 


board 


Million 






board2 


Lath2 




and 


sq ft 




Million 












sq. ft. 
V basis 


Million sq. ft. 








(000) 


month 




bd ft. 






Million sq. ft. <A 


' basis 




'V basis 




Million 


sq. ft. 


tons 


D 


340000 




340001 


340003 


340004 


340005 


340006 


340007 


340008 340009 


340010 


340011 


340012 


1977 


2,300 




16,970 




56 


182 


76 


67 


608 


421 


89 


1,876 


X 


10,450 


1978 


2,527 




17,735 




56 


211 


80 


74 


828 


466 


X 


2,164 


X 


10,805 


1978 M 


197.6 




1,593.9 




7.2 


26.4 


0.4 


9.5 


60.0 


37.9 


8.6 


169.9 


X 


589.0 


A 


212.8 




1,549.7 




4.8 


23.2 


4.5 


5.3 


61.7 


43.3 


7.0 


168.4 


X 


676.0 


M 


214.2 




1,698.2 




4.3 


17.1 


6.4 


7.3 


62.2 


53.8 


9.5 


185.7 


X 


1,084.0 


J 


205.7 




1,762.9 




5.1 


18.6 


8.5 


4.5 


161.3 


47.8 


10.7 


198.6 


X 


1,299.0 


J 


187.2 




1,509.4 




4.5 


18.1 


7.1 


4.2 


59.7 


44.5 


X 


164.3 


X 


1,226.0 


A 


188.7 




1,664 8 




5.6 


22.1 


8.9 


6.3 


62.1 


51.3 


7.7 


188.5 


X 


1,327.0 


S 


208.9 




1,586.0 




5.0 


20.6 


7.6 


5.1 


63.3 


39.5 


6.8 


191.7 


X 


1,214.0 





271.2 




1,248.6 




5.2 


19.3 


9.8 


7.2 


66.2 


29.9 


10.6 


205.6 


X 


1,188.0 


N 


242.4 




1,238.7 




5.5 


19.1 


8.6 


5.4 


71.5 


31.6 


9.9 


220.0 


X 


886.0 


D 


214.1 




1,242.6 




3.5 


9.9 


7.5 


5.9 


55.8 


31.1 


9.4 


197.4 


X 


547.0 


1979 J 


223.7 




1,527.0 




3.7 


10.7 


4.1 


6.3 


36.5 


30.1 


8.5 


167.3 


X 


318.0 


F 


194.2 




1,348.9 




4.3 


16.1 


3.7 


8.5 


37.1 


50.2 


8.0 


176.1 


X 


232.0 


M 


224.1 




1,651.8 




6.7 


26.5 


7.0 


9.1 


41.6 


52.1 


11.2 


181.2 


2.9 


401.0 


A 


258.1 




1,657.3 




4.3 


18.2 


5.4 


5.5 


51.2 


33.8 


8.2 


152.8 


X 


665.0 


M 


242.4 




1,794.4 




4.3 


17.4 


9.8 


5.8 


50.8 


32.2 


10.8 


156.5 


X 


1,085.0 


J 


295.3 




1,729.6 




6.3 


20.6 


10.0 


4.7 


48.3 


37.4 


11.6 


174.1 


X 


1,291.0 


J 


216.6 




1,519.5 




4.6 


17.5 


9.3 


4.0 


45.6 


34.5 


5.9 


163.9 


X 


1,238.0 


A 


223.7 




1,626.4 




4.2 


15.5 


12.2 


4.7 


56.2 


41.7 


10.8 


207.1 


X 


1,304.0 










Iron 


and 


steel products 






Mineral 








Mechan- 
















Construction3 


























wool tor 


Asphalt nr 


5 


ical 


Paints, 






Steel 


Concrete 






Cold 




building 








refrige- 


var- 






wire, 




rein- 




Hot 


educed 


Galva- 


insu- 


Asphalt 




Roofing 


rators 


nishes & 




nails2 




forcing 




rolled 


sheets 


nized 


lation 


shingles 




asphalt 




laquers 


Year 








bars 




sheets 


& strip 


sheets 


Million 








No in 




and 




(000) 


met. 




met. 


thou- 


value 


month 


net 


tons 








(000) net tons 






sq. ft. 


bundle 




tonnes 


sands 


$000 


D 


340018 


340021 




340022 


340023 


340024 


340025 


340026 




340027 


340029 


340030 


1977 




161 




358 




126 


37 


347 


1,051 


7853 




127 


512 


430,020 


1978 




167 




433 




161 


93 


491 


1,210 


X 




155 


520 


501,760 


1978 M 




13.9 




29.2 




14.8 


9.7 


483 


79.9 


852.3 




10.2 


39.3 


43,037.7 


A 




15.0 




40.7 




10.7 


9.3 


40.1 


62.9 


8138 




12.3 


42.5 


44,988.2 


M 




16.1 




49.3 




11.2 


8.6 


442 


78.5 


1165.3 




15.5 


42.4 


48,621.9 


J 




15.5 




56.5 




12.8 


9.0 


48.2 


86.6 


X 




14.0 


50.5 


53,870.6 


J 




14.6 




39.2 




10.8 


8.0 


43.0 


92.4 


X 




12.2 


50.6 


46,748.9 


A 




11.9 




30.9 




13.9 


7.0 


39.4 


104.7 


8614 




13.7 


38.5 


45,534 9 


S 




13.7 




33.4 




17.9 


9.0 


43.1 


118.0 


8050 




14.9 


56.4 


44,865.5 







14.7 




42.4 




13.9 


6.5 


35.4 


137.4 


611.6 




14.9 


50.5 


40,182.0 


N 




14.5 




41.8 




13.8 


6.3 


42.5 


130.5 


383 1 




19.5 


42.2 


38,668.8 


D 




12.1 




30.6 




13.4 


6.4 


37.0 


115.3 


4409 




12.5 


39.0 


32,281.8 


1979 J 




12.3 




35.8 




12.8 


8.1 


38.6 


78.7 


22334 




6.6 


27.3 


38,651.7 


F 




11.9 




34.2 




11.6 


7.7 


35.1 


91.1 


2284.8 




6.8 


33.4 


39,405.0 


M 




12.8 




37.0 




13.6 


8.3 


48.4 


61.6 


3010.1 




12.8 


39.1 


50,003.9 


A 




14.4 




21.5 




14.3 


6.7 


36.1 


41.7 


22268 




10.0 


39.1 


52,361.6 


M 




16.8 




26.2 




15.6 


8.4 


43.3 


51.0 


2081 5 




13.5 


38.8 


58,361.4 


J 




17.2 




37.5 




17.5 


8.7 


44.8 


67.7 


2141.9 




14.1 


52.8 


59,899.6 


J 




13.3 




29.5 




15.7 


6.4 


44.9 


80.8 


21843 




14.5 


50.6 


53,517.0 


A 




14.8 




30.5 




17.9 


8.7 


47.6 


120.5 


1993.7 




15.7 


42.3 


49,113.7 



1 In this context, "softwood" refers to wood from coniferous trees, and hardwood to wood from broadleafed species 2|ncludes export shipments ^Building Contractors, public 
and utility construction and structural steel fabricators. 

Sources: Peeler Logs, Veneers, and Plywoods (35-001), Production, Shipments and Stocks on Hand of Sawmills East of the Rockies (35-002), Production, Shipments 
and Stocks on Hand of Sawmills in B.C. (35-003), Hardboard (36-001), Rigid Insulating Board (36-002), Particle Board (36-003), Primary Iron and Steel (41-001), Steel 
Wire and Specified Wire Products (41-006), Domestic Refrigerators and Freezers (43-001), Cement (44-001), Gypsum Products (44-003), Mineral Wool (44-004), Asphalt 
Roofing (45-001), Sales of Paints, Varnishes, and Lacquers (46-001), Statistics Canada. 



92 



Section 9 ■ Food and Agriculture 

94 1. Farm Cash Receipts, by Source 

96 2. Inspected Slaughter, Cold Storage Stocks and Eggs 

96 3. Farm Input Price Index and Selected Components 

97 4. Exports of Grains and Livestock Products 

97 5. Milk 

98 6. Sugar 



93 



Section 


9-Table 


1 
























January 1980 


Table 1 


: Farm cash receipts,! by source (million dollars) 


























Total 

cash 

receipts 

from 












Crops 


















Wheat 
C.W.B. 




Oats, 
3.W.B. 




Barley, 
CW.B 


CWB 








Year 
and 
month 


Total 

cash 

receipts 


Supple- 
mentary 
payments 


(arming 
opera- 
tions 


Total 
crops 


Wheat 


partici- 
pation 
payments 


partici- 
pation 
Oats payments 


partici- net cash 

pation advance 

Barley payments payments 


Rye 


Flaxseed 


Rapeseed 


D 


200000 


200001 


200002 


200003 


200004 


200005 200006 200007 


200008 


200009 


200010 


200011 


200012 


200014 


1977 


10,114.63 


_ 


10,114.63 


4,360 19 


1,649.80 


131.03 56.79 


13.96 : 


31924 


102.28 


5.67 


21.37 


86.68 


432.76 


1978 


11.810.06 


- 


11.810.06 


4,912.07 


1,679.16 


126 91 47.35 


5.26 400.19 


84.80 


17.67 


22.66 


102.12 


586.40 


1977 O 


1,018 28 


_ 


1,018.28 


511.75 


216.26 




_ 


6.69 


_ 


35.66 


_ 


15.01 


1.34 


24.21 


109 30 


N 


918.04 


- 


918.04 


373.60 


136.13 




— 


6.88 


— 


30.40 


- 


16.94 


1.59 


10.81 


36.51 


D 


724.60 


- 


72460 


213.07 


84.46 




- 


3.71 


- 


19.44 


- 


16.75 


0.53 


5.39 


29.64 


1978 J 


1,242.53 


_ 


1,242.53 


804.43 


53.21 


119.02 


3.27 


_ 


29.45 


_ 


7.87 


0.27 


4.52 


34.40 


F 


762.91 


- 


762.91 


326.50 


6244 




- 


3.57 


5.26 


22.97 


84.80 


-2.30 


0.89 


3.42 


24.09 


M 


919.07 


- 


919.07 


336.41 


129.23 




— 


4.44 


— 


40.89 


- 


-16.03 


2.03 


8.12 


56.35 


A 


785.84 


- 


78584 


23932 


76.45 




- 


3.98 


- 


25.71 


— 


-8.21 


1.50 


8.50 


34.09 


M 


929.03 


- 


929 03 


379.93 


159.29 




- 


4.43 


- 


34.73 


— 


-11.71 


1.00 


9.29 


31.46 


J 


1,001.99 


- 


1,001 99 


394.65 


24968 




— 


5.86 


- 


42.70 


- 


-13.72 


1.59 


7.39 


25.17 


J 


1,011.53 


- 


1,011.53 


507 95 


30937 




- 


8.07 


- 


75.49 


- 


-8.80 


6.09 


12.77 


26.68 


A 


685.53 


- 


685.53 


147.66 


81.24 




- 


1.36 


- 


8.25 


— 


-4.49 


1.79 


3.22 


7.27 


S 


1,168.90 


- 


1,168.90 


47328 


178.14 




7 89 


3.72 


- 


2823 


- 


11.79 


2.81 


6.66 


96.89 


O 


1,266 46 


— 


1,266.46 


603.44 


133.45 




— 


3.09 


- 


38.97 


- 


27.43 


2.51 


19.39 


129.74 


N 


1.076 66 


— 


1,076.66 


38290 


114.75 




- 


3.16 


- 


31.10 


— 


25.89 


1.15 


992 


55.61 


D 


959.60 


- 


95960 


315.61 


131.90 




- 


2.39 


- 


21.70 


- 


10.02 


1.03 


8.90 


64.67 


1979 J 


1.362.68 


_ 


1,362.68 


775.42 


4731 


139.10 


2.54 


_ 


16.90 


_ 


13.08 


1.12 


8.84 


74.72 


F 


83577 


- 


835.77 


24351 


52.39 




- 


2.25 


- 


13 99 


31.46 


-2.91 


0.60 


7.01 


34.94 


M 


1.133.82 


- 


1,133.82 


415.41 


163 67 




— 


2.89 


- 


34.75 


- 


-13.89 


1.44 


8.96 


70.28 


A 


1,191.55 


- 


1,191.55 


553.64 


8642 


170.0 


2.14 


- 


29.31 


- 


-7.82 


1.81 


12.28 


7484 


M 


908.04 


- 


908.04 


241.79 


9269 




0.04 


2.26 


- 


3508 


3.33 


-12.83 


0.75 


3.44 


37.94 


J 


1,123.45 


- 


1,123.45 


377.26 


175 16 




0.02 


3.07 


- 


52.92 


— 


-16.74 


2.80 


12.22 


72.39 


J 


1,159.18 


- 


1,159.18 


565.48 


269.78 




0.03 


4.48 


- 


87 68 


— 


-17.07 


6.52 


21.31 


103 82 


A 


818.51 


- 


818.51 


230.28 


143.02 




- 


1.21 


- 


18 59 


- 


-12.61 


595 


3.10 


16.96 


S 


1,422.59 




1,422.59 


652.26 


278.56 




" 


381 


" 


67.27 


" 


10.74 


6.74 


13.61 


116.43 














Crops 
































Flori- 








Liquida- 
tion ot 


Western 
Grain 




Year 














culture 






Deterred 


deterred 


Stabili- 


Livestock and products 


and 


Soybeans 


Corn 


Sugar 

beets Potatoes 


Fruits 


Vege- 
tables 


and 
nursery 


Tobacco 


Other 
crops 


grain 
receipts 


grain 
receipts 


zation 
Payments 








month 


Total 


Cattle 


Calves 


D 


200015 


2000 1 6 


200017 


?00018 200019 200020 


237736 


200021 


200022 


205069 


205070 


225947 


200034 


200035 


200036 


1977 


78.67 


157.02 


31.28 


73.77 175.29 261.35 


184.49 


179.27 


187.23 


-434.02 


546.27 




5,254 66 


1,932.12 


170.80 


1978 


156.23 


189 93 


30.56 


60 84 178 92 251.01 


201.20 


268 10 


20565 


-351 91 


434 03 




6,515 44 


2,586.89 


290.95 


1977 


14.02 


23.86 


2.71 


18.03 


16.07 


3038 


24.83 


_ 


42.47 


-69.10 


_ 




468.28 


177.66 


18.51 


N 


10.63 


25.28 


18 09 


16.73 


1236 


18 94 


8.61 


56.09 


3028 


-6267 


- 




49774 


214.52 


25.64 


D 


707 


9.33 


4.17 


13.47 


15.48 


14.46 


8.61 


22.57 


19.79 


-61.82 


- 




47242 


175.96 


17 03 


1978 J 


15.57 


7.68 


_ 


13.17 


7.68 


14.29 


9.62 


51.78 


13.26 


-14.65 


434 03 




415.02 


141.67 


13.91 


F 


8.77 


14.61 


2.33 


13.58 


4.67 


12.08 


962 


49.83 


9.07 


-3.19 


— 




417.47 


150 49 


16.54 


M 


22.12 


13.47 


- 


13.27 


3.25 


981 


962 


42 19 


836 


-1070 


- 




524.61 


230 71 


22.78 


A 


15.53 


27.33 


1.67 


17.43 


3.39 


8.57 


9.62 


16.82 


6.05 


-9.08 


- 




51262 


214.38 


2038 


M 


15 89 


18.50 


1.18 


15.36 


2.11 


8.76 


35.36 


- 


406 


-9.78 


- 


60.00 


518.04 


190.49 


1761 


J 


7.42 


20.63 


0.40 


5.25 


11.70 


10.09 


35.36 


- 


7.34 


-2220 


- 


- 


57902 


228.13 


19 50 


J 


7.72 


9.52 


- 


421 


30.47 


32.41 


962 


- 


9.28 


-2493 


- 


- 


471 56 


163 06 


11.65 


A 


3.41 


10.84 


1.36 


12.25 


27.01 


28.96 


9.62 


— 


6.96 


-51.36 


— 


- 


50588 


182 68 


1435 


S 


1.21 


6.47 


0.50 


14.16 


39.09 


65 41 


26.78 


- 


3209 


-4856 


- 


- 


66524 


282 15 


31.71 





36.14 


19.66 


1.36 


19.08 


21.79 


27.84 


26.77 


2896 


4932 


-37.05 


- 


5500 


629.20 


259.05 


45.93 


N 


12.67 


22.49 


19.29 


16.79 


12.38 


16.60 


9.61 


4603 


35.31 


-4986 


- 


- 


659.98 


297.37 


44.86 


D 


9.79 


18.71 


2.47 


16.28 


15.38 


16.19 


9.61 


3249 


24.54 


-7044 


- 


- 


616.81 


246.69 


31 73 


1979 J 


20.65 


9.28 


_ 


15.24 


773 


14.58 


1051 


4935 


15.50 


-12.78 


341 76 


_ 


562.12 


230.05 


21.86 


F 


12.94 


13.21 


1.97 


14.21 


4.74 


12.32 


10.51 


32.58 


7.13 


-5.83 


- 


- 


568.47 


244 33 


2250 


M 


5.61 


18.49 


1.60 


-982 


3.29 


10.00 


10.51 


8075 


11.69 


15.22 


- 


- 


689.83 


305.89 


34.32 


A 


6.58 


16.04 


1.23 


19.48 


3.33 


8.74 


10.51 


17.70 


666 


-563 


- 


100 00 


588.66 


250.03 


25.10 


M 


903 


14.15 


1.25 


11.36 


2.13 


892 


37.42 


- 


2.87 


-8.04 


- 


- 


618.06 


256.78 


22.13 


J 


11.34 


19.33 


0.56 


6.07 


11.85 


10.28 


37.42 


- 


5.56 


-26.99 


- 


- 


720.78 


326.92 


21 28 


J 


6.52 


14.88 


- 


5.61 


30.50 


32.94 


10.50 


- 


9 11 


-21.11 


- 


- 


555.10 


205.08 


12 04 


A 


3.45 


15.91 


1.43 


1036 


2687 


29.44 


10.50 


- 


8.14 


-52.03 


- 


- 


564.88 


197.88 


10.62 


S 


1.31 


10.72 


1 02 


13.20 


39.34 


6644 


28.44 


" 


31.85 


-37.21 


' 


" 


730.44 


293.75 


26.41 



1 Excludes Newtoundland 

Source: Farm Cash Receipts (21-001), Statistics Canada. 



94 



January 1980 

Table 1: Farm cash receipts.i by source (million dollars)/concluded 



Section 9-Table 1 /Concluded and Table 2 



















Forest 






Provincial 








Livestock and products 








and 


Dairy 




income 


Year 
















maple 
products 


supple- 
mentary 




stabili- 


and 








Dairy 








Deficiency 


zation 


month 


Hogs 


Sheep 


Lambs 


products 


Poultry 


Eggs 


Other 


total 


payments 


payments 


program 


D 


200037 


200038 


200039 


200040 


200041 


200042 


200043 


200049 


200052 


200053 


206686 


1977 


837.92 


1.88 


10.90 


1,413.82 


484.38 


300.70 


102.13 


62.16 


269.45 


48.69 


119.48 


1978 


1,156.16 


2.33 


12.33 


1,508.51 


541.66 


303.49 


113.12 


72.90 


242.51 


42.61 


24.52 


1977 


67 42 


0.19 


0.93 


120.31 


47.10 


2458 


11.58 


6.65 


28.15 


2.34 


1.10 


N 


73.79 


0.13 


099 


106.77 


40.50 


24.49 


10.90 


8.78 


29.28 


2.35 


6.27 


D 


83.54 


0.23 


1.35 


107.30 


42.86 


25.42 


18.74 


4.33 


21.38 


0.16 


13.23 


1978 J 


75.10 


0.16 


0.92 


104.39 


38.06 


25.42 


15 39 


2.45 


15 90 


1.24 


3.50 


F 


9099 


0.11 


0.61 


94.86 


3390 


23.53 


6.44 


2.48 


14.96 


0.51 


098 


M 


9563 


0.28 


099 


107.24 


34.87 


25.60 


6.50 


4.95 


13.14 


24.82 


15.13 


A 


83.96 


0.26 


0.88 


127.76 


34.68 


25.15 


5.17 


2068 


10.40 


2.82 


- 


M 


91.97 


0.15 


0.65 


144.23 


40.22 


26.72 


5.99 


15.73 


13 02 


0.77 


1.53 


J 


104.72 


0.17 


1.17 


153.78 


4082 


25.81 


4.91 


— 


24.98 


3.15 


0.19 


J 


72.75 


0.12 


68 


143.65 


48.58 


2631 


4.75 


— 


28.15 


236 


1.51 


A 


81.96 


0.16 


1.10 


139.91 


55.27 


25.44 


5.00 


— 


30.88 


1.13 


— 


S 


117.92 


0.26 


1.50 


130.22 


59.79 


24.47 


17.21 


2.56 


27.39 


0.20 


0.24 





105.81 


0.19 


1.25 


125.10 


5383 


24.78 


13.26 


8.00 


24 80 


093 


009 


N 


112.87 


0.21 


1.14 


117.92 


48.44 


24.62 


12.54 


10.81 


20.07 


1.59 


1.32 


D 


122 48 


0.27 


1.43 


119.45 


53 18 


25.63 


15.95 


5.23 


18 82 


3.09 


0.03 


1979 J 


102.84 


0.38 


067 


120 20 


43.54 


25.32 


17.25 


2.92 


17.75 


3.93 


0.53 


F 


115.59 


0.29 


0.54 


110.38 


44.15 


22.95 


7.75 


2.92 


15.53 


4.33 


1.01 


M 


139.39 


0.46 


0.67 


127.15 


47 50 


26.58 


7.87 


5.86 


16.04 


4.99 


1.69 


A 


98.59 


0.63 


092 


136.29 


45.47 


25.80 


5.83 


23.02 


12.46 


12.30 


1.47 


M 


94 43 


0.24 


0.37 


157.40 


52.54 


27 38 


6.80 


17.16 


17.51 


12.77 


0.75 


J 


121.51 


0.39 


0.63 


160.58 


56.41 


27.08 


5.96 


— 


19.11 


5.33 


0.97 


J 


92.14 


0.19 


0.88 


151.46 


60.72 


28.24 


4.35 


- 


35.72 


2.24 


0.63 


A 


91.96 


0.26 


1.48 


160.58 


69.88 


27 93 


4.30 


— 


21.07 


1.39 


0.88 


S 


126 54 


0.36 


1.95 


165.35 


7032 


28.73 


17.03 


2.88 


35.15 


1.65 


0.19 



• Excludes Newfoundland. 

Source: Farm Cash Receipts (21-001), Statistics Canada. 



95 



Section 9-Tables 2 and 3 

Table 2: Inspected slaughter, cold storage stocks and eggs 



January 1980 





Inspected slaughter (thousands) 




Cold storage 


stocks, 


end of period (million pounds) 




Eggs 






Canada 


total sales 


Total 


Year 


























and 






Sheep and 








Mutton 


Pork, 




For con- 


For 


of con- 


month 


Cattle 


Calves 


lambs 


Hogs 


Beef 


Veal 


and lamb 


total 


Poultryl 


sumption 


hatching 


sumption 


D 


2971 


2972 


2973 


2974 


2975 


2976 


2977 


2978 


2980 


225692 


225694 


225697 


1977 


3,761 


646 


133 


8,007 


63.8 


3.6 


5.5 


26.1 


71.2 


42096 


25.47 


8.37 


1978 


3,430 


495 


98 


8,934 


64.6 


4.3 


7.5 


28.6 


61.6 


41937 


27.82 


8.41 


1978 J 


292 


43 


7 


611 


64.8 


3.4 


4.2 


23.9 


75.2 


36.92 


2.23 


0.69 


F 


290 


43 


6 


685 


64.5 


3.3 


5.5 


27.1 


69.2 


33.68 


2.09 


0.62 


M 


343 


79 


10 


855 


59.7 


2.9 


5.4 


28.1 


59.5 


35.76 


2.44 


0.73 


A 


280 


63 


5 


730 


69.0 


2.5 


4.4 


29.0 


53.8 


34.75 


2.41 


0.76 


M 


269 


42 


5 


696 


65.0 


2.6 


4.2 


29.6 


48.3 


36.44 


2.60 


0.79 


J 


292 


37 


8 


815 


61.9 


2.4 


4.6 


29.1 


47.6 


35.59 


2.27 


0.75 


J 


215 


24 


7 


607 


57.7 


2.6 


6.8 


28.8 


56.4 


36.18 


2.44 


0.79 


A 


250 


26 


8 


658 


51.1 


2.9 


6.7 


238 


69.3 


34 64 


2.39 


0.71 


S 


344 


39 


12 


878 


529 


3.1 


7.3 


252 


72.1 


33.43 


2.25 


0.64 





267 


33 


9 


745 


53.1 


3.0 


6.1 


27.9 


79.4 


33.98 


2.21 


0.64 


N 


288 


35 


8 


779 


60.8 


42 


6.5 


29.7 


79.5 


32.93 


2.39 


0.61 


D 


299 


32 


12 


875 


64.6 


43 


7.5 


28.5 


61 6 


35.07 


2.10 


0.67 


1979 J 


247 


26 


7 


797 


64.7 


4.9 


8.8 


27.6 


67.1 


34.93 


2.50 


0.68 


F 


238 


24 


5 


810 


65.1 


5.4 


9.7 


28.5 


68.9 


31.79 


2.32 


61 


M 


264 


41 


7 


1,054 


66.8 


5.2 


13.5 


30.6 


66.3 


35.07 


2.74 


0.73 


A 


217 


39 


11 


810 


66.9 


5.3 


13.3 


28.5 


684 


33.08 


2.77 


0.76 


M 


221 


32 


5 


815 


66.4 


47 


13.7 


27.2 


74.0 


35.53 


2.88 


0.78 


J 


299 


27 


7 


1,033 


65.5 


4.5 


13.1 


27.5 


850 


35.55 


247 


0.73 


J 


208 


18 


5 


801 


57.8 


3.9 


11.2 


26.2 


925 


36.36 


2.62 


0.74 


A 


218 


20 


8 


816 


52 1 


3.9 


83 


24.5 


110.1 


35.58 


2.49 


0.71 


S 


302 


26 


11 


1,092 


50.4 


3.5 


6.9 


23.1 


111.3 


35.78 


1.72 


0.66 





239 


24 


8 


923 


51.6 


3.5 


6.6 


27.0 


120.2 


35.46 


2.46 


0.64 


N 


245 


25 


8 


963 


57.7 


34 


8.5 


26.3 


120.4 


- 


— 


- 


D 


















98.0 









'Excludes stocks in (railway) transit after June 30, 1968. 

Sources: Stocks of Dairy and Frozen Poultry Products (32-009), Stocks of Frozen Meat Products (32-012), Statistics Canada; Canada, Livestock and Meat Trade 

Report, Agriculture Canada. 

Table 3: Farm input price index,] and selected components, Canada 





Farm 
inputs 
total? 


Building 

and 

fencing 

Major 
group 


Mach 


inery and 


motor vehicles 


Crop production 


Animal Production 


Supplies 

and 

services 


Hired 

farm 

labour 

Major 
group 


Properly 
taxes 


Interest 






Machinery 

Mapr replace- 

group 4 ment 


Machinery 

and 

Motor motor 

vehicle vehicle 

replace- opera- 

menH tion" 


Farm 




Major 
group5 


Feeders 

live- 
stock 


Feed 




Year 

and 


Major 

groups 


Fertil- 
izer 


Major 
group 


Maior 
group? 


Major 
group3 


Maior 
group? 


quarter 
















1971 = 


= 100 
















D 


640000 


640003 


640090 


640093 


640300 


640340 


640470 


640612 


640740 


640743 


640811 


641040 


641100 


641145 


641160 


641195 


1977 
1978 


180.0 
2009 


183.9 
201.0 


164.4 
176.2 


158.8 
174.9 


146 6 
161.0 


169.6 
178.7 


213.7 
225.5 


200.0 
213.1 


167.4 
201.8 


137.3 
2022 


199.0 
202.4 


161.2 
172.6 


208.6 
2204 


140.7 
1498 


244.8 
284.5 


211.6 
225.5 


1976 4 


172 2 


175.8 


157.2 


152 5 


136.3 


162.3 


205.0 


190.8 


156.2 


119.9 


195.1 


153.2 


2007 


131.7 


2424 


228.9 


1977 1 
2 
3 
4 


175.6 
181.2 
181.3 
181.7 


177.9 
180.8 
186 7 
190.0 


159 9 
163.7 
165.0 
169.1 


155.6 
157.1 
159 
163.6 


143.2 
145.5 
146.1 
151.4 


164.2 

169 4 

170 5 
174.1 


2084 
214.9 
215.2 
216.1 


192.7 
2026 

2025 
202 1 


162.0 
173 2 
169 3 
1652 


126 8 
1382 
1405 
143.5 


199 8 
209.8 
199 
1874 


158 

159 8 
162.2 
164 7 


203.2 
207.0 
211.0 
213.0 


1407 
140.7 
140 7 
140 7 


244.8 
2448 
2448 
244.8 


211.6 
211 6 
211.6 
21 16 


1978 1 
2 
3 
4 


190.8 
2002 
2032 
2092 


193.5 
1976 
203 1 
209.9 


172.6 
1740 
176.0 
182.1 


170.1 
172.0 
174.7 
182.7 


157 3 
157.7 
159 7 
169.2 


1758 
177.0 
178.7 
183.3 


217.9 
2255 
2283 
2302 


2005 
212.0 
218.0 
221.8 


178.0 
2037 
2073 
2182 


1599 
202.7 
2153 
231.0 


197.3 
205.9 
199 9 
2066 


169 6 
170.1 
172.6 
177.9 


214.5 
217.9 
223.9 
225.4 


149.8 
1498 
149.8 
149.8 


284.5 
284.5 
284.5 
284.5 


225.5 
2255 
225.5 
2255 


1979 1 
2 
3 


2240 
2289 
229.8 


216.1 
223.2 
229.5 


188.0 
191.8 
196.1 


191.0 
194.5 
199.3 


174.0 
178.1 
180.6 


188.1 
191.9 
1962 


2386 
252.5 
2555 


2347 
251.5 
257.1 


2468 
252.3 
2477 


2795 
281.5 
2524 


2159 
225.4 
246.5 


184.9 
1883 
191.5 


2280 
232.8 
235 7 


160 5 
160.5 
160 5 


310.6 
310.6 
3106 


2434 
2434 
2434 



'Price indexes of inputs measure only changes in prices of units of inputs. They do not reflect other important changes in costs of production, such as changing quantities and 
productivity ot inputs They should not be interpreted, therefore, as equivalent to indexes of cost per unit of output Direct comparison of them with price indexes of output can 
yield misleading indications of the changing relationship of costs and income 21977 and 1978 price indexes are subject to revision 31978 price indexes are subject to 
revision ^Farm share only of motor vehicles. 5The maior groups include additional components than the selected ones shown. 
Source: Farm Input Price Index (62-004), Statistics Canada. 



96 



January 1980 

Table 4: Exports of grains and livestock products 



Section 9-Tables 4 and 5 









Grains 


(metric tonne) 










Livestock products (million 


pounds) 








Beet, 










































Eggs in 
the shell 


Year 




Flour 












tresh. 


Bacon 






Skim 




and 




in terms 












chilled 


hams & 


Canned 




milk 




(million 


month 


Wheal 


of wheat 


Oats 


Barley 


Rye 


Flaxseed 


Rapeseed 


or trozen 


shoulders 


meats 


Cheese 


powder 


Poultry 


dozens)! 


D 


237928 


215170 


238072 


238174 


238224 


238290 


238354 


3024 


3025 


3026 


3027 


3028 


3029 


3030 


1976 
















87.39 


1.57 


390 


5 16 


218.89 


0.76 


2.00 


1977 
















70.52 


1.12 


0.74 


4.02 


347.34 


0.64 


7.65 


1977 D 


1,091.61 


3865 


6.25 


418.12 


37.01 


21.18 


69.63 


444 


0.15 


004 


0.80 


23.03 


0.12 


0.29 


1978 J 


519.49 


2027 


8.47 


195.69 


28.75 


8.13 


100.81 


5.37 


0.04 


_ 


029 


32.31 


0.04 


1.01 


F 


51286 


68.11 


1.03 


202.79 


1449 


2.81 


104.30 


11.41 


0.12 


0.03 


0.28 


26.16 


0.22 


1.93 


M 


690.09 


72.54 


0.76 


194.08 


16.26 


12.95 


73.69 


6.89 


0.08 


0.05 


029 


2781 


0.14 


1.66 


A 


1,002.03 


67.96 


1.49 


129.78 


3603 


6.27 


109.67 


701 


0.26 


0.04 


0.31 


23.46 


0.34 


0.99 


M 


1,446.13 


51.39 


7.41 


376.81 


31 60 


39.40 


91.21 


5.20 


009 


0.13 


0.52 


2945 


0.10 


0.51 


J 


1,285.38 


3268 


4.16 


387.16 


10 07 


42.92 


99.97 


389 


0.17 


0.25 


0.36 


26.40 


0.16 


0.39 


J 


1,405.42 


23.64 


7.79 


379.65 


13.52 


26.90 


70.89 


2.27 


0.05 


0.36 


0.21 


13.76 


0.14 


0.69 


A 


1,292 93 


44.66 


0.76 


341.31 


12 40 


25.57 


78.63 


2.28 


0.09 


0.05 


0.43 


9.40 


0.21 


1.29 


S 


1,712.39 


34.12 


0.78 


415.59 


682 


46.80 


61.86 


3.22 


0.07 


0.25 


0.47 


10.58 


0.01 


0.87 


O 


1,177.91 


52.09 


089 


360.75 


8.22 


50.14 


195.09 


4.82 


0.09 


0.11 


0.57 


13.40 


0.22 


0.33 


N 


1,017.43 


50.85 


0.49 


306.07 


14.95 


63.20 


178.22 


7.05 


0.47 


0.10 


0.45 


40.38 


0.37 


0.14 


D 


808 11 


42.34 


- 


253.29 


7.23 


6.21 


9629 


8.31 


0.20 


0.02 


0.63 


18.71 


0.09 


0.26 


1979 J 


536.31 


34.91 


3.43 


131.60 


14.81 


41.90 


177.80 


8.63 


0.08 


0.27 


0.45 


13.93 


0.13 


0.23 


F 


425.94 


23.35 


- 


130 37 


1362 


26.08 


148.09 


549 


006 


0.03 


0.50 


26.85 


0.15 


0.13 


M 


658.24 


75.98 


069 


150 56 


15.57 


2563 


165.24 


6.57 


0.13 


008 


0.31 


12.53 


0.02 


0.18 


A 


554.78 


55.38 


— 


203.87 


10.31 


27.99 


124.29 


6.48 


0.14 


0.01 


0.46 


8.33 


008 


0.14 


M 


1,030.21 


29.86 


2.63 


370.51 


11.77 


83.48 


22531 


10.57 


0.14 


0.05 


0.38 


14.34 


0.06 


0.11 


J 


736.70 


67 98 


3.74 


465.95 


24.09 


50.30 


14037 


620 


0.14 


0.05 


0.41 


11.72 


0.07 


0.13 


J 


1,017.17 


40.69 


— 


414.57 


14.16 


41.27 


129.15 


6.40 


0.16 


0.16 


0.77 


13.53 


0.06 


0.14 


A 


1,167.86 


22.37 


- 


557.99 


35.01 


48.57 


219.63 


6.07 


0.12 


0.16 


0.70 


17.89 


0.04 


0.21 


S 


1,21641 


36.87 


3.80 


542.85 


45.71 


30.94 


20243 


5.97 


0.50 


0.01 


0.71 


31.42 


0.01 


0.14 





1,175.13 


56.14 


3.00 


525.40 


35.89 


3628 


149.80 


9.07 


0.11 


0.24 


0.73 


18 06 


0.08 


0.21 


N 


821.07 




5.92 


538.44 


50.04 


73.51 


196 62 

















• includes eggs tor hatching 

Sources: Grain and Oil Seeds Review (22-007), Exports by Commodities (65-004), Statistics Canada. 



Table 5: Milk 









Production of dairy 


factories 








Stocks2 








Milk sold 


Fluid 


Creamery 


Cheddar 


Evaporated 


Ice cream 


Creamery 


Cheddar 


Variety 


Process 


Year 


off farms 


purposes 


butter 


cheese 


whole milkl 


mix 


butter 


cheese 


cheese 


cheese 


month 


Kilolitres 




fonne 


tonne 


tonne 


Kilolitres 


tonne 


tonne 


tonne 


tonne 


D 


230978 


230979 


231224 


231245 


231271 


231259 


231341 


231350 


231358 


231364 


1977 






















1978 






















1978 J 


468337 


204429 


6287 


5172 


7579 


7543 


105 


27999 


8764 


4170 


F 


422744 


191358 


4884 


5185 


6868 


8266 


83 


27628 


8461 


3900 


M 


498859 


211444 


6351 


6189 


9643 


11301 


93 


25833 


8225 


4183 


A 


595634 


195706 


9341 


6724 


10984 


10301 


79 


25868 


8345 


4309 


M 


677126 


207204 


11573 


7401 


13660 


13690 


82 


26131 


7828 


5136 


J 


728104 


202735 


13954 


8121 


14543 


17290 


79 


26776 


7647 


4770 


J 


688980 


192209 


11705 


7119 


14552 


15695 


74 


27455 


8415 


4501 


A 


656121 


209010 


10475 


6595 


11968 


14950 


69 


29557 


9691 


4438 


S 


596343 


206471 


9170 


7482 


12051 


10939 


90 


29465 


9132 


5138 


O 


544355 


214250 


7323 


7523 


11542 


9511 


98 


29348 


9022 


4299 


N 


493324 


213443 


5673 


6268 


9864 


8844 


102 


29416 


9913 


5156 


D 


494020 


212949 


5803 


6749 


9273 


8088 


100 


28697 


9831 


6471 


1979 J 


488955 


212726 


6501 


7003 


6304 


7902 


81 


28763 


9139 


3894 


F 


442759 


196831 


5297 


6512 


5592 


7818 


95 


28858 


9312 


5707 


M 


525908 


219182 


6529 


8046 


9022 


12457 


70 


29151 


8951 


5159 


A 


576365 


204924 


8379 


8354 


10695 


12899 


61 


29089 


9218 


5229 


M 


666487 


213873 


10537 


8853 


13342 


14801 


80 


30504 


9326 


5438 


J 


693136 


206663 


12671 


9065 


13085 


17343 


120 


30198 


8767 


5883 


J 


657395 


202098 


11291 


8602 


12715 


17215 


128 


32432 


9308 


5185 


A 


669494 


215373 


9894 


8438 


13171 


16466 


194 


32996 


10014 


4527 


S 


598121 


204433 


8662 


8276 


15302 


12011 


168 


33291 


10399 


6071 


O 


560737 


224023 


7818 


7792 


14530 


9928 


193 


33158 


12809 


4080 


N 






5967 


6738 


13718 


9033 


157 


31346 


10173 


6166 


D 














106 


33336 


10682 


6073 



'Includes case and bulk. 2As at end of period Last month is preliminary 
Sources: The Dairy Review (23-001), Statistics Canada. 



97 



Section 


9-Table 6 
















January 1980 


Table 6 


Sugar (metric tonne) 


















Raw cane 


sugar 








Refined sugar 






















Stocks 


Year. 








Production trom 






Shipments 






and 




Stocks, end 














End ot 


month 


Acquisitions 


o( period 


Beet 


Cane 


Total 


Beet 


Cane 


Total 


period 


D 


345124 


345125 


345127 


345128 


345126 


345121 


345122 


345120 


345123 


1977 


1041526 


241113 


142344 


1011966 


1154310 


137970 


999606 


1137576 


182008 


1978 


1025472 


214640 


112962 


1018426 


1131388 


107572 


1006354 


1113926 


180517 


1977 N 


178184 


202689 


39698 


92054 


131752 


11705 


90181 


101886 


154213 


D 


1 1 6843 


241113 


34816 


76376 


111192 


9956 


75141 


85097 


182008 


1978 J 


99211 


258712 


17101 


80032 


97133 


6666 


69052 


75718 


204536 


F 


44613 


225511 


5209 


75771 


80980 


6480 


65795 


72275 


213403 


M 


27795 


165503 


- 


80088 


80088 


8443 


86662 


95105 


189780 


A 


106319 


183781 


- 


86806 


86806 


7852 


76587 


84439 


189675 


M 


64831 


162516 


— 


84732 


84732 


9158 


88187 


97345 


178424 


J 


128924 


186774 


- 


98222 


98222 


10429 


101466 


111895 


161673 


J 


67014 


178454 


- 


73137 


73137 


8039 


87546 


95585 


135676 


A 


70454 


139268 


— 


108617 


108617 


12035 


97076 


109111 


133239 


S 


95646 


143969 


- 


89647 


89647 


10327 


91415 


101742 


121231 





118538 


173142 


24731 


88447 


113178 


10126 


87213 


97339 


137126 


N 


126408 


213236 


39727 


83186 


122913 


8052 


85206 


93258 


164799 


D 


75719 


214640 


26194 


69741 


95935 


9965 


70149 


80114 


180517 


1979 J 


126983 


266048 


24560 


72445 


97005 


10847 


73783 


84630 


208115 


F 


15190 


205168 


3916 


72758 


76674 


10731 


71938 


82669 


202659 


M 


10487 


132493 


- 


81095 


81095 


11970 


83426 


95396 


193264 


A 


49922 


105547 


- 


75036 


75036 


9714 


79511 


89225 


181080 


M 


90251 


105720 


10369 


87375 


97744 


10014 


94550 


104564 


165833 


J 


41975 


44243 


- 


103851 


103851 


9335 


95068 


1 04403 


158494 


J 


90767 


59437 


— 


76249 


76249 


13073 


83001 


96074 


138352 


A 


123169 


88803 


- 


91719 


91719 


13510 


95866 


109376 


124499 


S 


135127 


130630 


— 


90420 


90420 


9916 


82795 


92711 


115958 


O 


97100 


142161 


23650 


83362 


107012 


8778 


86030 


94808 


155149 



Source: The Sugar Situation (32-013), Statistics Canada. 



98 



Section 1 ■ Domestic Trade 

100 1. Value of Retail Trade by Type of Business and by Province 

103 2. Departmenf Sfore Sales and Stocks 

103 3. Value of Wholesale Sales 

104 4. Chartered Banks' General Loans Outstanding 



99 



Section 10-Table 1 

Table 1: Value of retail trade by type of business (million dollars) 



January 1980 



Year 


Grocery 
& combi- 
nation 


All other 

food 

stores 


Depart- 
ment 
stores 


General 
mer- 
chandise 
stores 


General 
stores 


Variety 
stores 


Motor 

vehicle 

dealers' 


Service 

stations 

and 

garages 


Auto- 
motive 
parts and 
access- 
ories 
stores 


Clothing stores 




month 


Men's 


Women's 


Family 


D 

D 


(650059 
650060) 
(650088 
650089) 


650061 
650090 


650062 
650091 


650063 
650092 


650064 
650093 


650065 
650094 


650066 
650095 


(650068 
650069) 
(650097 
650098) 


650070 
650099 


650071 
650100 


650072 
650101 


650073 
650102 


1977 
1978 


14,370.8 
16,253 2 


1,041.1 
1,175.6 


6,941.0 
7,694.8 


1,653.0 
1,747.7 


1,206.6 

1,347.0 


892.5 
901.7 


11,749.7 
13,479.5 


5,072.4 
5,535.8 


1,191.3 
1,369.4 


765.8 
840.4 


1,095.4 
1,248.2 


858.0 
932.2 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 

1977 D 1,462.8 113.8 1,053.3 



181.4 



125.5 



135.9 



821.3 



444.3 



123.2 



121.0 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 
MC.D. 2 



1977 D 



1,237.2 



95.2 



5896 



141.6 



105.1 



71.1 



976 1 



431.7 



103 1 



64.7 



147.1 



94.4 



125.7 



1978 J 


1,160.2 


87.6 


436.6 


106.1 


81.9 


47.5 


774.9 


393.0 


67.5 


58.9 


76.9 


54.8 


F 


1,164.4 


84.8 


416.9 


114.8 


81.5 


51.3 


896.8 


403.2 


63.2 


45.3 


67.3 


49.8 


M 


1,346.7 


98.6 


536.6 


127.4 


98.9 


66.7 


1,114.3 


416.1 


78.2 


54.0 


86.4 


62.6 


A 


1,297.8 


932 


562.2 


126.3 


998 


65.6 


1,258.9 


4249 


107.4 


58.8 


97.2 


68.2 


M 


1,331.9 


103.0 


611.3 


149.8 


118.7 


75.1 


1,373.2 


464.8 


139.9 


62.8 


105.4 


75.4 


J 


1,479.8 


104.8 


600.1 


131.8 


127.3 


74.6 


1,372.0 


481.4 


143.8 


71.8 


102.7 


79.0 


J 


1,341.5 


96.3 


550.4 


122.3 


121.5 


70.2 


1,134.6 


487.8 


127.3 


62.3 


93.9 


67.7 


A 


1,359.8 


940 


609.5 


150.9 


124.4 


73.0 


1,144.0 


4984 


115 8 


61.6 


98.9 


77.3 


S 


1,435.9 


97.0 


6996 


155.2 


122.0 


76.2 


1,150.7 


478.8 


115.6 


75.5 


122.3 


87.3 


O 


1,308.7 


95.1 


649.7 


173.3 


114.2 


70.4 


1,264.6 


492.6 


125.8 


69.9 


115.1 


80.7 


N 


1,380.2 


102.6 


831.4 


205.9 


115.6 


86 3 


1,097.4 


503.1 


146.2 


84.5 


118.0 


92.5 


D 


1,646.3 


118.5 


1,190.4 


183.9 


141.2 


144.9 


898.1 


491 8 


138.7 


135.0 


164.1 


136.7 


1979 J 


1,310.5 


91.1 


482.8 


119.8 


92.3 


52.1 


944.4 


447.6 


89.4 


65.9 


93.6 


61.6 


F 


1,356.4 


94.4 


448.7 


116.3 


92.3 


52.8 


1,048.7 


445.8 


77.9 


48.0 


73.2 


54.3 


M 


1,514.3 


102.9 


6097 


136.0 


109.7 


69.0 


1,372.6 


481.1 


104.0 


64.0 


104.4 


75.5 


A 


1,390.0 


103.5 


6063 


130 6 


109.3 


70.4 


1,408.8 


474.1 


124.4 


63.8 


99.7 


77.8 


M 


1,527.2 


112.3 


685.1 


151.8 


125.6 


78 1 


1,585.6 


521 


164 4 


74.4 


116.3 


87.7 


J 


1,647.3 


121.2 


677.6 


134.7 


137.3 


82.9 


1,537.0 


5365 


163.4 


827 


120.7 


89.9 


J 


1,474.6 


110.0 


620.9 


126.3 


130.3 


75.1 


1,365.3 


5563 


144.3 


680 


106.8 


76.2 


A 


1,583.8 


115.3 


705.0 


161.9 


135.1 


81.0 


1,330.2 


577.5 


131 8 


71.1 


114.7 


91.8 


S 


1,509.2 


107.7 


722.4 


146.6 


126.2 


79.6 


1,158.8 


5402 


120.7 


76.4 


125.9 


98 2 


O 


1,484.4 


105 


740.6 


158.8 


123.1 


76.7 


1,456.2 


577.7 


148.1 


77.8 


127.2 


97.3 


N 


1,590.6 


112.4 


920.3 


213.5 


121.7 


93.1 


1,287.6 


563 1 


152.7 


92.3 


135.2 


107.8 



72.9 



1978 J 


1,301.3 


96.6 


601.9 


135.8 


105.7 


72.3 


992.1 


436.0 


101 9 


663 


95.5 


73.0 


F 


1,296.8 


97.0 


606.8 


145.4 


105.1 


73.9 


1,037.9 


471 3 


103.9 


66.8 


97.9 


75.2 


M 


1,320.9 


98.5 


614.9 


140.5 


108 9 


795 


1,050.0 


449.4 


102.7 


656 


98.2 


74.6 


A 


1,326.4 


96.8 


611.0 


140.2 


108.5 


72.6 


1,109.2 


438.3 


106.5 


65.7 


101.7 


75.1 


M 


1,330.8 


101.4 


625.1 


148.0 


111.5 


73.9 


1,108.3 


451 9 


112.9 


65.8 


102.8 


78.3 


J 


1,360.4 


98.9 


620.3 


145.1 


115.4 


74.1 


1,137.1 


4586 


114.7 


67.7 


103.0 


76.8 


J 


1,339.3 


97.2 


6298 


150.4 


111.2 


73.9 


1,133.8 


450.7 


115.5 


700 


105.0 


77.9 


A 


1,375.6 


94.2 


651.8 


145.5 


113.3 


74.0 


1,177.2 


463.8 


114.7 


72.8 


104.1 


77.3 


S 


1,401.1 


96.5 


661.7 


149.8 


114.7 


74.9 


1,339.6 


475.1 


118.4 


77.8 


109.3 


79.5 


O 


1,370.5 


982 


6587 


148.9 


114.3 


73.9 


1,191.6 


474.7 


121 8 


71.1 


109.1 


78.0 


N 


1,403.5 


99.1 


670.5 


151.4 


114.8 


78.1 


1,128.1 


486.2 


124.8 


72.5 


107.6 


80.2 


D 


1,437.3 


101.9 


683.0 


146.5 


119.9 


78.7 


1,075.6 


478.9 


121.4 


74 1 


108.9 


81.4 


1979 J 


1,440.7 


99.4 


651.5 


148.0 


116.9 


77.2 


1,170.8 


4944 


131.4 


73.0 


113.6 


82.0 


F 


1,511.1 


108.4 


652.8 


147.8 


119 1 


76.0 


1,211.7 


5242 


128.2 


70.7 


106 5 


81.7 


M 


1,457.3 


101.4 


690.0 


153.2 


120 3 


79.6 


1,358.5 


516.2 


135 1 


76.6 


115.6 


87.1 


A 


1,468.7 


108.6 


676.1 


141.9 


120 8 


799 


1,196.8 


491.9 


124 6 


71 7 


107.6 


88.1 


M 


1,486.5 


109.0 


690.4 


152.1 


117.4 


76.9 


1,296.3 


505.3 


1300 


77.7 


112.0 


892 


J 


1,504.9 


114.7 


695.1 


149.2 


123 


80.4 


1,305.1 


511.3 


131.4 


78.2 


119.1 


87.2 


J 


1,525.6 


113.5 


718.7 


151.7 


121.4 


809 


1,345.5 


5174 


130 6 


77.4 


121 


88.3 


A 


1,528.4 


113.3 


741.7 


154.3 


119 7 


81.0 


1,333.6 


535.3 


131.9 


82.2 


120.1 


91.5 


S 


1,558.9 


109.8 


710.9 


1488 


123.1 


82.2 


1,386.9 


541.0 


128 4 


81.7 


117.9 


92.2 


O 


1,524 


107.1 


735.5 


131.5 


120.3 


78.4 


1,324 


555.2 


139 6 


78 .1 


117.8 


940 


N 


1,558.0 


107.3 


7278 


155.1 


119.3 


82.1 


1,337.1 


5404 


129 3 


77.4 


120.5 


908 



'Excludes used car dealers. 



100 



January 1980 

Table 1: Value of retail trade by type of business (million dollars)/concluded 



Section 10-Table 1 /Concluded 



Year 
and 
month 


Shoe stores 


Hardware 
stores 


Furniture and 

appliance 

stores 


Pharmacies, 

patent 

medicines 

and 

cosmetics 


Book and 

stationery 

stores 


Florists 


Jewelry 
stores 


Sporting 
goods and 
accessories 


All other2 
stores 


Total 


D 
D 


(650074 650075) 
(650103 650104) 


650076 (650077 & 
650078 650079) 

650105 (650106 & 
650107 650108) 


650080 

650109 


650081 
650110 


650082 
650111 


650083 

650112 


650084 (650067 & 
650085 650086) 

650113 (650096 8. 
650114 650115) 


650058 

650087 


1977 
1978 


599.3 
676.0 


668.2 
706.3 


1,670.0 
1,810.9 


1,867.0 

2,117.7 


282.4 

324.8 


228.1 
261 4 


534.2 
596.3 


729.8 
816.4 


8,234.6 
9,023.8 


61,651.3 
68,859. 1 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 

1977 D 74.2 79.3 



1978 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1979 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D. 

1977 D 



1978 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1979 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 



160 9 



2162 



42.3 



298 



131.6 



93.6 



1,092.3 



6,775.7 



39.5 


397 


117.3 


155.6 


22.0 


15.4 


30.2 


55.8 


545.8 


4,367.4 


32.2 


37.4 


116.9 


153.7 


22.1 


20.6 


30.9 


52.2 


559.6 


4,465.1 


43.1 


43.2 


131.7 


167.3 


24.4 


23.4 


36.1 


53.0 


676.9 


5,285.8 


55.8 


50.8 


141.1 


157.9 


21.9 


19.9 


37.1 


64.1 


672.6 


5,481.4 


60.9 


72.0 


149.6 


168.4 


22.7 


31.9 


44.0 


82.2 


752.4 


5,995.4 


54.9 


76.0 


156.1 


179.2 


24.4 


22.6 


45.8 


86.5 


790.4 


6,205.2 


46.8 


65.8 


156.0 


168.0 


21.7 


17.5 


42.1 


72.1 


756.3 


5,622.3 


51.9 


62.0 


164.3 


177.7 


27.8 


18.3 


43.3 


67.2 


780.5 


5,800.6 


69.0 


628 


175.9 


180.5 


30.3 


19.5 


44.2 


62.2 


785.4 


6,045.8 


65.7 


59.8 


160.8 


177.9 


25.9 


19.4 


41.2 


54.5 


734.7 


5,899.9 


76.6 


61.3 


163.1 


183.2 


31.3 


19.9 


57.4 


62.5 


795.5 


6,214.4 


79.8 


75.4 


177.9 


248.4 


50.2 


33.0 


143.9 


104.1 


1,173.8 


7,475.9 


44.0 


41.8 


137.9 


1850 


25.7 


17.1 


33.8 


58.8 


612.1 


5,007.2 


34.2 


37.9 


129.8 


172.5 


25.2 


21.9 


36.5 


47.9 


613.5 


5,028.2 


55.0 


47.6 


187.2 


188.8 


27.5 


200 


39.0 


62.8 


759.7 


6,130.7 


58.5 


53.8 


1393 


181 9 


24.9 


27.0 


41.7 


73.7 


736.5 


5,996.0 


66.3 


76.4 


158.3 


193.2 


26.1 


34.7 


52.7 


98.0 


844.1 


6,779.3 


64.1 


78.8 


165.5 


196.3 


26.5 


23.5 


52.5 


105.1 


896.4 


6,9396 


52.1 


70.9 


161.3 


191.4 


23.8 


19.1 


469 


95.4 


845.5 


6,360.6 


64.6 


68.7 


176.9 


200.0 


30.1 


20.6 


53.2 


87.2 


896.7 


6,697.3 


73.9 


64.4 


172.9 


192.1 


30.7 


20.0 


50.4 


67.3 


809.3 


6,292.9 


76.4 


66.1 


170.1 


201.6 


28.5 


20.6 


49.7 


63.4 


823.4 


6,672.6 


78.0 


69.0 


175.3 


2047 


31.8 


20.6 


64.1 


68.6 


888.9 


6,991.4 





3 




2 


3 


2 


4 


3 




1 


53.0 


59.0 


139.0 


164.0 


23.9 


19.4 


46.6 


68.0 


694.4 


5,313.4 


53.6 


56.8 


139.8 


165.2 


25.1 


20.4 


47.0 


65.4 


697.6 


5,386.5 


53.2 


57.6 


144.7 


166.4 


25.3 


21.4 


47.5 


73.1 


708.0 


5,488.9 


53.8 


57.4 


145.0 


167.4 


25.5 


26.2 


49.2 


66.5 


716.5 


5,5246 


55.3 


559 


1497 


167.6 


26.7 


18.7 


46.8 


61.6 


706.9 


5,590.6 


56.0 


60.0 


152.4 


170.7 


25.6 


21.2 


47.9 


64.0 


734.1 


5,661.7 


53.7 


61.7 


152.7 


176.0 


27.3 


22.0 


47.9 


65.1 


728.5 


5,723.9 


55.8 


59.2 


147.5 


176.0 


27.1 


21.5 


49.8 


67.1 


724.4 


5,712.9 


55.1 


59.5 


153.8 


181.4 


27.8 


21.9 


49.3 


69.2 


735.3 


5,840.1 


57.1 


60.1 


164.7 


183.5 


27.2 


222 


50.2 


69.0 


751.1 


6,077.0 


59.9 


60.3 


153.0 


182.9 


27.9 


22.3 


51.5 


69.3 


738.7 


5,910.7 


59.4 


59.4 


148 6 


185.8 


28.5 


23.2 


51.2 


69.1 


742.3 


5,890.6 


59.7 


57.4 


156.4 


192.6 


29.5 


21.8 


52.0 


79.4 


753.0 


6,000.8 


58.2 


58.9 


163.0 


193.8 


28.1 


22.0 


51 3 


67.8 


762.0 


6,026.7 


56.2 


58.5 


160.8 


187.3 


28.9 


22.7 


56.0 


66.7 


775.2 


6,181.7 


66.4 


62.4 


203.6 


189.0 


29.0 


22.3 


53.7 


76.5 


798.0 


6,408.2 


60.2 


60.0 


150.0 


191.5 


30.1 


25.5 


52.5 


73.3 


787.2 


6,152.3 


60.1 


63.3 


161.4 


196.2 


298 


233 


57.5 


73.2 


816.4 


6,369 1 


61.5 


63.3 


159.4 


194.4 


29.5 


22.7 


55.0 


80.2 


811.1 


6,4024 


63.6 


64.1 


154.8 


201.8 


294 


23.5 


56.7 


89.0 


822.5 


6,528.3 


68.3 


64.3 


165.0 


201.4 


29.5 


24.4 


586 


91.3 


826.3 


6,566 7 


64.1 


64.7 


163.8 


200.0 


29.4 


23.9 


592 


77.2 


804.3 


6,603.3 


68.1 


65.6 


160.5 


204.3 


29.4 


23.0 


60.2 


79.5 


806.0 


6,521.9 


59.0 


64.8 


159.5 


205.6 


28.5 


26.7 


57.1 


74.4 


809.6 


6,512.2 



^Includes used car dealers and personal accessories stores. 
Source: Retail Trade (63-005), Statistics Canada. 



101 



Section 10-Table 1.1 

Table 1.1: Value of retail trade by province and selected metropolitan areas (million dollars) 



January 1980 



Year 
and 

month 


Nfld. 


PEL 


N.S 


N.B. 


Que 


Ont 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


Yukon 

and 

N.W.T. 


Montreal 


Toronto 


Winnipeg 


Vancouver 


D 
D 


650174 
650203 


650262 
650291 


650350 
650379 


650438 
650467 


650526 
650555 


650702 
650731 


650878 
650907 


651054 
651083 


651142 
651171 


651318 
651347 


651494 
651523 


650614 


650790 


650966 


651406 


1977 
1978 


1,136.4 
1,297.5 


286.3 
335.5 


1,936.6 
2,242.4 


1,564.5 
1,747.3 


15,558.4 
17,185.3 


22,710.9 
25,217.5 


2,513.0 
2,728.1 


2,569.3 
2,875.1 


5,927.1 
6,798.5 


7,287.4 
8,240.4 


161.2 
191.7 


7,348.0 
8,078.3 


8,086.6 
9,038.6 


1,627.2 
1,719.7 


3,615.3 
4,127.2 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 

1977 D 123 3 30.1 222.7 



170.2 1,643.4 2,5418 



277.7 



2634 



655.3 



830.7 



17.1 



812.0 



922.8 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



M.C.D. 


3 


3 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


3 


2 


1 


2 


1977 D 


95.5 


25.2 


170 7 


135.9 


1,323 1 


1,954.3 


2169 


214.6 


525.1 


6434 


14.1 


1978 J 


101.9 


25.9 


171.1 


1365 


1,337.8 


1,972.7 


215.7 


2205 


5304 


6443 


14.5 


F 


103.3 


259 


178.5 


139.0 


1,377 7 


2,028.1 


217.1 


2139 


5304 


655.8 


15.1 


M 


102.3 


265 


178.4 


1388 


1,368.7 


2,030.8 


221.8 


2369 


535.5 


663.2 


15.3 


A 


104 9 


27.7 


180.5 


1399 


1,391.2 


2,037.6 


2234 


2325 


555 1 


675.3 


15.0 


M 


106.8 


29.1 


185.3 


1438 


1,4246 


2,0792 


2257 


234.2 


5600 


6758 


15.4 


J 


1086 


27.9 


186.1 


1449 


1,413.3 


2,116.5 


2280 


239.9 


5609 


685.7 


16.7 


J 


108 


28.1 


188 3 


1458 


1,413.0 


2,105.5 


231.7 


2400 


5607 


6886 


15.7 


A 


111.4 


28.5 


190.0 


147.3 


1,455.3 


2,1326 


2329 


2429 


574.0 


6892 


16.2 


S 


112.9 


32.3 


193.8 


162 3 


1,487.1 


2,272.6 


2605 


2485 


5840 


7206 


17.2 


O 


1120 


256 


192.3 


141.3 


1,483.8 


2,159.1 


214 1 


246 1 


5880 


715.0 


16.4 


N 


112.0 


28.7 


193.5 


152.2 


1,517.8 


2,088 1 


2274 


251.2 


5964 


714.2 


16.0 


D 


112.4 


28.5 


1997 


153.8 


1,506.4 


2,174.2 


2294 


259.1 


608.1 


704.5 


17.3 


1979 J 


113.3 


29.0 


2025 


153.8 


1,543.5 


2,172.5 


2333 


2494 


6138 


7134 


17.0 


F 


113.2 


289 


2060 


157.2 


1,623.5 


2,1889 


247.1 


251.5 


6242 


721 8 


15.3 


M 


120 4 


29.9 


211.1 


166 1 


1,680.9 


2,2933 


2368 


260.6 


6484 


7296 


16 9 


A 


116.4 


31.0 


205.6 


163.6 


1,588.0 


2,178.3 


241.1 


2496 


6484 


7305 


14.5 


M 


116.9 


31.3 


212.2 


163.1 


1,605.0 


2,2968 


2492 


259 1 


651.6 


755.2 


15.1 


J 


114.7 


31.1 


217.9 


1637 


1,607.3 


2,3126 


252.1 


2642 


6665 


771.1 


17 


J 


120 9 


30.3 


2102 


161.0 


1,654.0 


2,3400 


2507 


271.4 


6820 


781 3 


17.1 


A 


120.5 


30.6 


220.2 


167.9 


1,665.3 


2,371 8 


2486 


268.0 


6829 


7844 


17 


S 


122.2 


29.0 


208.4 


172.4 


1,646 3 


2,3765 


2459 


273.8 


6826 


8048 


18.8 


O 


120 7 


290 


206.9 


163.5 


1,639.5 


2,335.1 


2362 


274.1 


718.1 


7944 


17.2 


N 


119.5 


306 


212.4 


167.9 


1,617.5 


2,334 1 


251.1 


2670 


721.9 


7852 


16.9 



188.6 



421.6 



978 J 


77.9 


20.1 


137.7 


104.3 


1,070.6 


1,623.4 


174.9 


174.3 


4367 


536.6 


10.9 


516.4 


612.8 


115.7 


274.2 


F 


822 


19.6 


142.3 


109.5 


1,101.8 


1,669.4 


169.9 


172.7 


434.4 


551.0 


12.2 


535.7 


613.1 


111.4 


279.5 


M 


960 


235 


169.0 


129.6 


1,339.2 


1,917.4 


210.0 


223.8 


519.3 


643.0 


14.8 


639.9 


695.6 


139.3 


324.6 


A 


102.3 


25.7 


176.2 


136.4 


1,391.7 


1,993.5 


222.2 


2309 


537.9 


650.3 


14.3 


664.6 


715.2 


141.0 


328.8 


M 


113.5 


30.6 


190.9 


155.3 


1,552.0 


2,182 3 


237.7 


246.0 


583.2 


687.8 


16.2 


720.6 


768.6 


146.0 


341.8 


J 


116.6 


30.7 


199.9 


159.7 


1,540.0 


2,295.2 


242.8 


2685 


609.8 


723.0 


19.0 


709.1 


8158 


148.8 


358.1 


J 


106.6 


32.2 


191.4 


151.1 


1,373.4 


2,059.9 


225.6 


236.7 


549.0 


679.8 


16.7 


611.0 


714.8 


139.0 


328.8 


A 


115.9 


32.4 


194.8 


149.8 


1,443.6 


2,076.4 


235.4 


2508 


582.1 


702.1 


17.3 


649.5 


705.4 


142.9 


339.1 


S 


114.0 


32.7 


193.3 


161.0 


1,474.0 


2,234.6 


262.2 


246.7 


587.2 


722.8 


17.4 


683.2 


798.2 


160.4 


360.5 


O 


112.4 


26.0 


191.2 


143.2 


1,492.9 


2,167.1 


219.7 


250.4 


580.6 


700.1 


16.3 


696.7 


774.1 


137.1 


349.6 


N 


118.2 


28.9 


202.0 


159.4 


1,595.2 


2,216.6 


239.4 


264 1 


631 


744.0 


15.6 


7650 


804.0 


151.2 


378.0 


D 


141.9 


33.1 


253.8 


188.0 


1,8107 


2,781.8 


288.4 


310.1 


747.2 


9000 


20.9 


8866 


1,021.0 


186.9 


464.3 


979 J 


89.6 


23.0 


164.7 


120.7 


1,268 6 


1,814.8 


192.8 


197.6 


518.6 


6039 


12.9 


600.8 


671.8 


120.3 


313.0 


F 


90.1 


21.8 


164.3 


124.0 


1,299.9 


1,801.9 


192 8 


2030 


511.2 


6068 


12.3 


6089 


664.6 


119.9 


314.2 


M 


113.7 


26.6 


202.2 


156.0 


1,643.6 


2,161 2 


2263 


2476 


628.7 


708.6 


16.3 


7805 


785.6 


139.6 


362.6 


A 


112.2 


28.4 


199.4 


158.1 


1,575.3 


2,115.8 


235.1 


2456 


616.4 


6960 


13.7 


730.4 


749.6 


146.3 


348.3 


M 


123 4 


33.3 


220.9 


176.0 


1,774.1 


2,436.5 


2653 


277.6 


6844 


771.9 


15.9 


8146 


859.1 


163.0 


381.3 


J 


125.2 


34.2 


232.8 


181.6 


1,737.8 


2,498.3 


270.5 


292.0 


730.8 


816.8 


19.5 


8043 


874.9 


164.2 


405.3 


J 


118.1 


34.3 


212.7 


165.1 


1,597.7 


2,281 1 


242.9 


2704 


657 1 


763 1 


18.0 


716.8 


773.9 


145.2 


368.6 


A 


128.2 


353 


2304 


173.9 


1,684.3 


2,3602 


253.7 


2806 


7105 


821.3 


18.8 


7603 


800.4 


155.1 


398.1 


S 


116.8 


28.4 


199.5 


163.7 


1,567.5 


2,2572 


239.2 


261.7 


661 7 


778.7 


18.5 


722.9 


801.4 


150.1 


386.4 


O 


125.4 


30.1 


208.2 


170.3 


1,693.9 


2,381.8 


247.2 


281.1 


727.7 


789.7 


17.3 


782.7 


8546 


155.2 


392.8 


N 


128 6 


31.3 


228.3 


178 5 


1,721.8 


2,520.1 


268 1 


290.0 


772.5 


835.3 


16.7 


820.0 


925.0 


172.2 


418.3 



Source: Retail Trade (63-005), Statistics Canada. 



102 



January 1980 

Table 2: Department store sales and stocks' (million dollars) 



Section 10-Tables 2 and 3 















Men's 


and 










Home furnishings, 










Total 


all 


Ladies 


apparel 


boy's clothing, 


Food 


and 


Piece ( 


goods. 


furniture, 


All other 


Year 




departments 


and accessories 


furnishing 


& shoes 


kindred | 
Sales 


xoducts 
Stocks 


linens & domestics 


radio & appl 


lances 


departments 


month 


Sales 


Stocks 


Sales 


Stocks 


Sales 


Stocks 


Sales 


Stocks 


Sales 


Stocks 


Sales 


Stocks 




D 


655120 


655161 


655121 


655162 


655133 


655174 


655137 


655178 


655140 


655181 


655144 


655185 


655138-39 


655179-80 










655132 


655173 


655136 


655177 






655141 


655182 


655149 


655190 


655142-43 
655150- 60 


655183-84 
655191- 201 


1977 




6,941.1 


1,674 7 


1,521.6 


297.7 


860.7 


217.5 


367 7 


15.3 


255 1 


884 


1,339.6 


416.8 


2,596 1 


6389 


1978 




7,6947 


1,950.3 


1,718.2 


3645 


9572 


264 6 


422.1 


274 


279.5 


101.9 


1,486.7 


466.5 


2,8308 


725:4 


1977 


N 


751.9 


2,171.4 


170 2 


4330 


107.6 


315.3 


36.2 


22.5 


25.1 


91 3 


1323 


411.0 


280.3 


8983 




D 


1,053 3 


1,674.7 


217.2 


2977 


153.0 


2175 


45.6 


153 


306 


88.4 


147.6 


416.8 


459.3 


6389 


1978 


J 


4366 


1,627 


837 


3030 


43.9 


235.1 


270 


11.5 


21.9 


81.0 


109 8 


3620 


150.3 


634.3 




F 


416.9 


1,718.8 


883 


3342 


45.4 


2490 


295 


17.3 


15.8 


91.6 


864 


381.3 


151.5 


645.4 




M 


5366 


1,833.3 


121.1 


344.3 


639 


2533 


35.1 


17.4 


18.8 


924 


107.5 


400.0 


190 1 


726.0 




A 


5622 


2,028.0 


130.4 


3827 


67.5 


282.1 


28.7 


16 5 


209 


105 8 


110.8 


430.4 


203.9 


810.5 




M 


611.3 


2,071.2 


138.6 


3902 


67.1 


2980 


37.8 


15.7 


21.8 


106 4 


117.0 


430.1 


2289 


8308 




J 


600 1 


1,902 1 


127.9 


3492 


774 


270,2 


282 


17.6 


220 


97.6 


115.3 


415.5 


2293 


751 9 




J 


5504 


2,001.4 


109.5 


4208 


566 


2993 


31.1 


269 


22.5 


94.1 


1263 


3950 


204.5 


7654 




A 


6095 


2,0878 


143.3 


441.0 


70.8 


333.5 


384 


25.3 


22.8 


97.4 


122.6 


394.6 


211.7 


796 1 




S 


699.6 


1,954.6 


174.4 


3979 


889 


307.5 


34.3 


256 


277 


85.1 


150.0 


353.2 


2243 


7853 







649.7 


2,416.2 


156.3 


478.8 


81.0 


3826 


36.8 


30.4 


23.7 


1035 


129.5 


421.7 


222.5 


9992 




N 


831.4 


2,389.5 


193.9 


481.0 


121.3 


3584 


41.0 


27.8 


27.1 


105 9 


141.2 


456.0 


3069 


9604 




D 


1,190.4 


1,950 3 


250.9 


3645 


173.4 


2646 


54.2 


274 


345 


101.9 


170.4 


466.5 


5069 


7254 


1979 


J 


4828 


1,980.2 


96.6 


3905 


496 


2798 


32.3 


28.3 


23.2 


98.5 


114.8 


429.5 


166.3 


753.6 




F 


448.7 


2,0130 


94.3 


4083 


469 


2909 


402 


25.9 


16.6 


108 3 


896 


439.5 


161.1 


740.1 




M 


609 7 


2,2333 


149.8 


4626 


738 


3206 


32.7 


19.3 


226 


118.8 


126.8 


470.5 


204 1 


841.4 




A 


6063 


2,270.1 


142.2 


4729 


71.3 


316.1 


41.4 


27.3 


21.2 


108.7 


112.3 


462.7 


217.9 


882.5 




M 


685.1 


2,434.4 


157.6 


4887 


75.0 


350 1 


44.6 


28.2 


24.8 


126.0 


127.9 


496.0 


2552 


945.5 




J 


677.6 


2,227.9 


146.0 


437.5 


862 


2979 


376 


25.9 


24.8 


123.8 


127.4 


476.9 


255.5 


8659 




J 


620.9 


2,385.0 


124.4 


5222 


63 1 


3544 


35.3 


29.3 


26.1 


114.4 


140.1 


456.3 


231 8 


9085 




A 


705.0 


2,442.7 


171.0 


5258 


833 


394.8 


44.5 


13.4 


27.2 


115.4 


135.3 


453.9 


243.7 


9394 




S 


7224 


2,247.4 


180 4 


482.9 


890 


3684 


363 


14.8 


29.0 


101.3 


146 7 


3935 


241.1 


8865 







7406 


2,9383 


180.5 


6264 


936 


489.9 


42.1 


194 


27.8 


130.3 


142.1 


494.2 


254.5 


1,178.1 



'Department store stocks at end of period at selling value The sales and stocks data are revised series based on the results of the 1961 Census of Merchandising and Service 

Establishments 

Source: Department Store Sales and Stocks (63-002), Statistics Canada. 

Table 3: Value of wholesale sales,' based on the 1960 SIC, revised to the 1966 census base (million dollars) 





















All trades 
























Consumer goods trades 














































Industrial ooods 


trades 














Motor 
vehicles, 






House- 


































News- 












& auto- 






hold 


Tobacco, 










Con- 




Industrial 


print, 












motive 


Drugs 


Clothing. 


elec- 


confec- 










struc- 




and 


paper 




Year 








parts & 


& drug 


foot- 


trical 


tionery 








Coal 


tion 


Farm 


transp 


& paper 


Iron 


and 








acces- 


sun- 


wear & 


appli- 


and soft 




Hard- 




and 


mate- 


machi- 


equip & 


prod- 


and 


month 


D 


Total 


Total2 


sories 


dries 


textiles 


ances 


drinks 


Foods 


ware 


Total2 


coke 


rials 


nery 


supplies 


ucts 


steel 




7260 


7261 


7289 


7264 


7290 


7268 


7269 


7291 


7274 


7276 


7277 


7292 


7281 


7282 


7284 


7286 


1977 




55.575.8 


25,549.8 


4,546 5 


1,088.1 


1,607.3 


1.072.9 


2,769.5 


10,129.4 


1,141.1 


30,025.9 


77.8 


7,861.1 


2,193.3 


5,310.9 


908.4 


1,994.8 


1978 




62,0225 


28,2980 


4,9080 


1,194.5 


1,735.4 


1,113.6 


3,097.5 


11,578 3 


1,225.4 


33,7245 


98.1 


8.919 3 


2,8827 


6,214.3 


1,057.0 


2,5926 


1977 


D 


4,3960 


2,257.9 


422.8 


94.2 


80.6 


133.5 


245.5 


930.2 


84.4 


2,138.1 


16.1 


605.8 


88.3 


494.2 


69.0 


111.3 


1978 


J 


4,167.0 


1,904 4 


255.3 


105.2 


101.4 


111.8 


2289 


7696 


68.5 


2,2626 


5.0 


533.4 


190.2 


4760 


85.3 


184.5 




F 


4,4436 


2,027 1 


3045 


94.1 


131.3 


62.2 


2633 


8227 


955 


2,416.5 


6.1 


6008 


245.2 


4865 


862 


160 9 




M 


5,0009 


2,221.5 


3848 


102.1 


179.8 


75.6 


2429 


8858 


82.6 


2,7794 


5.7 


610.7 


169 1 


5026 


939 


241.2 




A 


4,9422 


2,244.9 


436 1 


93.8 


148.2 


662 


241.3 


8894 


940 


2,697.3 


6.5 


658 1 


358.2 


551.7 


74.9 


234.4 




M 


5,8283 


2,511.5 


521 8 


833 


127.9 


82.3 


242.0 


1,035.1 


118.3 


3,316.8 


13.6 


794.8 


3427 


5255 


899 


177.1 




J 


5,708.5 


2,545.0 


525.6 


112.2 


148.8 


869 


2907 


974.6 


108.7 


3,163.5 


4.4 


8390 


178.3 


551.1 


93.6 


271.7 




J 


5,0462 


2,407.6 


4388 


82.3 


141.6 


679 


291.1 


999.7 


820 


2,638.6 


4.2 


721.1 


390 1 


454.8 


90.8 


178.1 




A 


5,214.3 


2,3300 


3195 


101.9 


177.1 


902 


201 6 


1,035 


99.1 


2,884.3 


48 


8764 


231.6 


5004 


94.0 


219.8 




s 


5,488 1 


2,496.7 


381 


111.5 


154.4 


106.5 


2894 


1,023.4 


124.1 


2,9914 


10.1 


928.5 


179.0 


549.6 


94.1 


265.7 







5,518.4 


2,638 1 


4865 


110.4 


170.6 


113.5 


257.3 


1,045.5 


137.7 


2,880.3 


34 


873.6 


348.2 


511.5 


87.0 


2503 




N 


5,712 1 


2,5754 


4383 


976 


167.0 


113.2 


285.3 


1,049.7 


124.5 


3,136.7 


16.6 


809.5 


134.7 


485.4 


83.2 


251.8 




D 


4,9529 


2,395.8 


415.8 


100.1 


87.3 


137.3 


263.7 


1,047.8 


904 


2,557.1 


17.7 


673.4 


115.4 


619.2 


84.1 


157.1 


1979 


J 


5,261.1 


2,201.7 


303.2 


118 5 


123.3 


126 1 


270.7 


9098 


78.5 


3,059.4 


76 


650.3 


249.1 


589.3 


107.1 


258.5 




F 


5,400.3 


2,304 7 


3434 


959 


147.2 


71.1 


3300 


9765 


93.0 


3,095.6 


78 


7393 


321.2 


621.3 


109 9 


2066 




M 


6,2820 


2,473.4 


433.9 


108 6 


181.0 


826 


261.6 


1,037.0 


90.7 


3,808.6 


5.3 


777.6 


238 1 


630.8 


120.7 


3269 




A 


5,566.2 


2,4035 


471.8 


101.5 


144.7 


71.7 


265.2 


948.0 


109.4 


3,162.7 


10.3 


752.2 


411.6 


647.1 


89.0 


310.8 




M 


7,010.5 


2,8489 


5992 


968 


143.3 


95.7 


278.8 


1,188 1 


141.5 


4,161.6 


12.5 


961.7 


425.7 


701.0 


115.1 


254.5 




J 


6.5342 


2,8499 


5999 


131.0 


156.5 


99.1 


324.7 


1,089.9 


126.3 


3,684.3 


49 


917.7 


196.8 


6734 


107 4 


347.7 




J 


6,354.4 


2,749.5 


524.0 


93.5 


160.1 


764 


320.8 


1,142.8 


104.0 


3,604.9 


87 


822.0 


432.3 


661.7 


117.1 


2479 




A 


6,6980 


2,6346 


3676 


126.6 


184.0 


100.3 


242.0 


1,1644 


111.8 


4,063.4 


90 


1,011.0 


3426 


643.5 


112.0 


293.7 




S 


6,6794 


2,7939 


4130 


123.1 


168 1 


123.6 


321.2 


1,134.7 


138.3 


3,885.5 


13.8 


1,079.2 


250.4 


683.1 


113.2 


3534 







6,8572 


3,2289 


591.0 


123.2 


2129 


128.2 


287.2 


1,345.5 


170.9 


3,6283 


11.0 


992.3 


443.6 


717.1 


112.9 


313.9 




N 


6,429 7 


2,7847 


475.0 


100.7 


169.1 


119.8 


284.7 


1,166.6 


144.2 


3,645.0 


14.1 


8622 


153.5 


631.0 


101.3 


281.0 



'Data cover wholesale merchants only and do not include the business transactions of manufacturers sales branches, primary product dealers, petroleum bulk tank stations and 
agents and brokers 2Components do not add to totals since some trades are not shown in this table 
Sources: Wholesale Trade (63-515) and (63-008), Statistics Canada. 

103 



Section 10-Table 4 

Table 4: Chartered banks' general loans outstanding (million dollars) 



January 1980 







Personal 


loans 




Loans to farmers 








Business 


loans3 




























Public 






























utilities, 
















Against 
















trans- 
















marke- 


Home 






Farm 








porta- 
















table- 


impro- 






impro- 








tion and 


Construc- 








Loans 


Total 


End of 


secu- 


vement 


All 




vement 








commu- 


tion con- 


Merchan- 


Other 




to insti- 


general 


period 


ritiesl 


loans 


other2 


Total 


loans 


All other 


Total 


Industry 


nication 


tractors 


disers 4 


business 


Total 


tutions5 


loans 6 


B 


1406 


1407 


1408 


1405 


1410 


1411 


1409 


1013 


1025 


1027 


1028 


1029 


1401 


1412 


1400 


1977 


924 


36 


18,634 


19,594 


416 


3,472 


3,888 


10,240 


1,547 


2,412 


5,236 


11,888 


31,323 


526 


55,332 


1978 


971 


28 


21,575 


22,574 


468 


4,424 


4,893 


10,812 


1,673 


2,777 


5,822 


13,357 


34,441 


516 


62,423 


1977 N 


913 


33 


18,447 


1 9,393 


417 


3,415 


3,832 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


31,704 


527 


55,455 


D 


924 


36 


18,634 


19,594 


416 


3,472 


3,888 


10,239.6 


1,547.2 


2,411.7 


5,2363 


11,888.4 


31,323 


526 


55,332 


1978 J 


931 


35 


18,687 


19,653 


405 


3,427 


3,832 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


31,666 


528 


55,679 


F 


938 


36 


18,887 


19,861 


395 


3,409 


3,804 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


32,113 


561 


56,340 


M 


937 


31 


19,133 


20,100 


405 


3,449 


3,854 


10,509.3 


1,484.5 


2,5527 


5,742.1 


1 2,407.4 


32,696 


587 


57,237 


A 


920 


29 


19,614 


20,563 


401 


3,530 


3,932 


- 


- 


- 


— 


— 


33,061 


581 


58,137 


M 


917 


30 


19,911 


20,858 


412 


3,682 


4,094 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


33,255 


547 


58,755 


J 


947 


32 


20,392 


21,372 


434 


3,859 


4,293 


10,618.4 


1,5060 


2.7826 


5,9142 


12,733.7 


33,555 


555 


59,775 


J 


970 


31 


20,662 


21,662 


439 


4,019 


4,458 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


34,145 


579 


60,845 


A 


958 


31 


20,902 


21,891 


448 


4,080 


4,528 


— 


— 


- 


— 


- 


34,229 


551 


61,200 


S 


978 


34 


21,151 


22,162 


471 


4,180 


4,650 


10,846.6 


1,684.4 


2,886.5 


5,750.2 


13,171.0 


34,339 


548 


61,699 


O 


959 


34 


21,501 


22,494 


466 


4,230 


4,697 


- 


- 


— 


— 


- 


34,732 


505 


62,429 


N 


966 


37 


21,373 


22,376 


465 


4,373 


4,838 


- 


— 


- 


— 


— 


34,043 


504 


61,761 


D 


971 


28 


21,575 


22,574 


468 


4,424 


4,893 


10,8124 


1,673 4 


2,776.5 


5,821.6 


13,356 6 


34,441 


516 


62,423 


1979 J 


934 


28 


21,668 


22,630 


454 


4,338 


4,792 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


35,390 


520 


63,331 


F 


911 


27 


21,773 


22,711 


452 


4,464 


4,916 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


36,414 


527 


64,568 


M 


933 


22 


22,131 


23,086 


466 


4,439 


4,905 


12,210.5 


1,652.7 


2,873.7 


6,8226 


14,450.0 


38,009 


532 


66,532 


A 


929 


23 


22,616 


23,568 


476 


4,643 


5,119 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


38,814 


536 


68,037 


M 


976 


22 


23,199 


24,197 


479 


4,837 


5,316 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


39,916 


508 


69,937 


J 


1,070 


24 


23,811 


24.904 


505 


5,018 


5,523 


13,159.5 


1,760.5 


3,231.2 


7,480.9 


15,487.3 


41,119 


543 


72,090 


J 


1,056 


25 


24,214 


25,295 


511 


5,223 


5,734 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


42,037 


610 


73,676 


A 


1,071 


24 


24,569 


25,665 


522 


5,277 


5,799 


— 


- 


- 


— 


— 


41,987 


552 


74,002 


S 


1,026 


21 


24,899 


25,945 


548 


5,420 


5,968 


13,902 7 


2,028 1 


3.225.7 


7,650.0 


15,989.6 


42,796 


531 


75,240 


O 


1,010 


18 


25,242 


26,270 


574 


5,548 


6,122 


" 


" 


" 


~ 


" 


43,501 


614 


76,507 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding and partial revisions. 

'Fully secured by marketable bonds and stocks. Excludes loans to finance the purchase of Canada Savings Bonds includes loans on the security of household properly 
3(\lot available on a monthly basis ^Includes loans to finance companies which are affiliates of retail merchandisers ^Religious, educational, health and welfare institu- 
tions. 6Dif1ers from general loans in Section 13, Table 2 by the exclusion of loans to instalment finance companies. 
Sources: Bank of Canada Review and Oept. of Finance. 



104 



Section 1 1 • External Trade 

106 1. Merchandise Exports, Major Countries and Areas 

107 2. Merchandise Imports, Major Countries and Areas 
1 08 3. Merchandise Exports, by Commodity 

110 4. Merchandise Imports, by Commodity 



105 



Section 11 -Table 1 

Table 1: Merchandise exports (including re-exports), major countries and areas (million dollars) 



January 1980 

















European 
































All 




Common 


Belgium 




















Year 










other 




Market! 


and 




















and 




All 


United 


United 


coun- 


Western (excluding 


Luxem- 




West 




Nether- 




Eastern 




Middle 


Other 


month 




countries 


States 


Kingdom 


tries 


Europe 


U.K.) 


bourg 


France 


Germany 


Italy 


lands 


Norway 


Europe 


USSR 


East 


Africa 




D 


3471 


3472 


3473 


3474 


3475 


3476 


3477 


3478 


3479 


3480 


3481 


3482 


3483 


3484 


3485 


3486 


1977 




44,553.5 


31,111.5 


1,946.1 


11,495.6 


5,405.1 


2,771.9 


521.0 


370.0 


778.3 


501.9 


520.0 


224.0 


646.3 


360.0 


688.6 


479.3 


1978 




52,842.3 


37,175.3 


2,006.5 


13,660.4 


5,586.3 


2,912.0 


4857 


477.9 


792.3 


486.3 


574.4 


144.8 


924.5 


567.3 


818.9 


545.7 


1977 


D 


4,114.8 


2,865.2 


200.0 


1,049.5 


559.0 


283.6 


46.4 


30 1 


94.3 


51.8 


50.7 


26.8 


75.0 


53.2 


48.3 


54.7 


1978 


J 


3,525.7 


2,552.9 


126.1 


8467 


360.9 


185.7 


28.6 


25.0 


59.2 


31.2 


32.2 


16.1 


40.2 


14.8 


46.9 


28.8 




F 


4,114.7 


2,902.1 


170.8 


1,041.9 


4640 


2363 


44.7 


42.5 


59.9 


41.3 


40.5 


18.6 


34.0 


8.7 


51.4 


47.7 




M 


4,087.6 


2,9937 


177.9 


916.0 


433.8 


210.6 


41.9 


44.0 


41.1 


51.8 


23.0 


3.9 


29.6 


9.4 


49.8 


36.5 




A 


4,679.2 


3,416.0 


190.0 


1,073.3 


472.2 


227.6 


46.7 


44.5 


52.6 


34.0 


42.1 


13.8 


31.7 


12.8 


57.8 


61.6 




M 


4,6986 


3,276.8 


241.9 


1,180.0 


536.0 


220.1 


42.1 


34.3 


60.0 


37.8 


394 


22.6 


109.9 


70.6 


56.3 


32.6 




J 


4,588.0 


3,198.3 


177.2 


1,212.5 


5208 


273.0 


47.9 


44.1 


62.6 


48.4 


62.9 


42 


69.1 


43.5 


62.6 


51.2 




J 


3,922.2 


2,744.3 


148.6 


1,029.2 


365.0 


180.5 


34.7 


28.8 


52.8 


23.1 


33.8 


6.2 


96.5 


64.7 


51.2 


31.3 




A 


3,954.3 


2,654.6 


157.7 


1,142.0 


458.6 


244.1 


37.7 


38.1 


61.7 


44.9 


53.3 


21.7 


123.5 


103.6 


67.9 


47.4 




s 


4,645.6 


3,197.8 


145.2 


1,302.6 


437.5 


250.1 


38.1 


37.7 


78.2 


380 


546 


9.7 


90.2 


46.5 


96.1 


83.8 







4,8039 


3,354.5 


152.1 


1,297.3 


486.2 


281 7 


37.9 


46.1 


92.1 


38.5 


55.6 


3.8 


127.7 


92.8 


98.0 


41.4 




N 


5,265.1 


3,595.8 


178.1 


1,491.1 


566.4 


312.7 


56.1 


46.2 


83.1 


53.3 


63.4 


22.3 


82.7 


58.7 


89.7 


54.2 




D 


4,557.3 


3,288.6 


140.9 


1,127.8 


4850 


2897 


29.4 


46.4 


89.0 


44.0 


73.5 


2.0 


89.3 


41.3 


91.2 


29.4 


1979 


J 


5,038.3 


3,4634 


192.8 


1,382.2 


634.0 


341.0 


53.0 


45.6 


95.3 


65.1 


72.4 


19.6 


50.1 


31.5 


64.4 


65.7 




F 


4,572.2 


3,291.6 


1289 


1,151.7 


508.5 


310.8 


45.2 


37.4 


73.9 


46.7 


962 


20.7 


29.1 


18.2 


50.1 


49.1 




M 


5,418.8 


3,791.0 


184 


1,443.8 


6387 


3676 


45.1 


52.7 


105.5 


57.8 


85.1 


30.5 


40.7 


31.8 


60.1 


66.9 




A 


4,914.5 


3,474.2 


175.8 


1,264.5 


513.7 


2625 


41.0 


43.2 


67.6 


41.4 


636 


11.0 


51.3 


26.5 


53.8 


42.0 




M 


5,814.5 


4,045.2 


218.3 


1,550.9 


790.1 


4468 


596 


54.5 


922 


61.0 


165.9 


42.7 


68.3 


42.5 


43.3 


70.5 




J 


5,308.7 


3,642.0 


193.0 


1,473.7 


658.1 


3892 


569 


568 


120.2 


483 


988 


6.0 


74.8 


30.9 


55.2 


73.3 




J 


5,076.9 


3,321.7 


249.5 


1,505.8 


664.8 


3192 


52.9 


41.4 


87.5 


526 


75.8 


40.1 


85.4 


29.8 


80.2 


90.8 




A 


5,464.2 


3,544.8 


261.5 


1,657.9 


8280 


485.3 


70.6 


660 


159.1 


81.2 


97.8 


13.9 


124.4 


88.8 


57.1 


80.6 




S 


5,656.0 


3,640.5 


260.3 


1,755.2 


7842 


418 4 


61.0 


48.1 


153.4 


556 


856 


30.7 


156 2 


89.0 


988 


588 







6,285.1 


4,200.2 


305.2 


1,779.7 


8067 


406.1 


65.6 


665 


126.5 


63.7 


708 


3.5 


240.7 


187.7 


81.2 


78.7 




N 


6,042.9 


3,988.5 


217.1 


1,837.3 


809.3 


447.9 


62.5 


61.1 


147.4 


894 


76.3 


45.8 


152.2 


114.4 


112.0 


59.2 
























Central 






Adiusted for seasona 


variation 












All 




Year 




Republic 








People's 










America 




All 






other 


European 


and 




ot South 


Other 






Republic 






South 


Vene- 


and 




coun- 


United 


United 


coun- 


Common 


montr 




Africa 


Asia 


India 


Japan 


ol China 


Oceania 


Australia 


America 


zuela 


Antilles 


Mexico 


tries 


States 


Kingdom 


tries 


Market! 




D 


3487 


3488 


3489 


3490 


3491 


3492 


3493 


3494 


3495 


3496 


3497 














D 
























3498 


3499 


3500 


3501 


3502 


1977 




85.2 


3,761.7 


136.2 


2,518 6 


369.3 


488.7 


412.5 


1,161.0 


571.2 


797.0 


221 9 






M.C.D. 






1978 




113.1 


4,828.0 


254.1 


3,062.2 


5040 


4958 


416.0 


1,468.1 


6899 


983 1 


232.3 


3 
3,9660 


3 
2,8207 


9 
181.9 


5 
963.3 


6 
242.4 


1977 


D 


7.6 


293.0 


10.4 


179.1 


43.6 


38.8 


33.1 


105.4 


58.4 


73.8 


193 


1978 


J 


6.4 


306.9 


11.4 


213.5 


348 


32.8 


22.5 


853 


43.8 


685 


24.5 


3,923 1 


2,8785 


154.9 


889.7 


201.7 




F 


7.6 


3765 


18.9 


243.8 


35.2 


394 


31.5 


117.3 


798 


81.0 


21.8 


4.1660 


2.898.6 


177.3 


1,090 


2425 




M 


10.8 


307.3 


16.4 


198 1 


17.1 


35.8 


31.9 


104.9 


61 9 


955 


16.9 


4,1490 


2,894.8 


181.3 


1,072.9 


253.2 




A 


16.7 


387.1 


13.6 


271.9 


34.2 


36.2 


309 


134.3 


703 


804 


18.2 


4,718.5 


3,226. 1 


186.3 


1,306.1 


2492 




M 


6.6 


488.5 


27.9 


304.5 


65.8 


404 


363 


932 


526 


639 


14.5 


4,140.8 


2,918.1 


188 6 


1,034.1 


209.6 




J 


8.0 


4098 


208 


276.2 


402 


483 


389 


1439 


63.0 


825 


17.4 


4.020.5 


2,9606 


158.3 


901 6 


2435 




J 


7.0 


381.2 


25.5 


216.5 


643 


37.5 


32.7 


120 6 


57.3 


936 


12.1 


4,159.6 


2,998 1 


156 9 


1,004.6 


191.4 




A 


10.4 


361.7 


23.0 


238.7 


35.5 


440 


37.6 


1202 


45.0 


75.2 


14.1 


4,293.3 


3,0865 


158 8 


1,048.0 


234.1 




s 


11.3 


4935 


94 


317.3 


583 


41.7 


34.7 


124.1 


51.6 


80 


244 


4,819 6 


3,259.4 


166 5 


1,393.7 


264.2 







70 


387.6 


245 


229.9 


299 


53.7 


46.7 


178.6 


71 7 


749 


23.4 


4,6075 


3,181.5 


152.9 


1,273.1 


262.6 




N 


11.9 


542.4 


29.1 


335.6 


46.4 


53.2 


45.8 


1657 


58.1 


113.4 


18.9 


4,9779 


3,394.5 


1814 


1,402.0 


2842 




D 


94 


385.6 


33.5 


216.2 


424 


32.6 


26.6 


79.9 


34.9 


74.4 


26.1 


4,8664 


3,478.6 


143.3 


1,244 4 


276.0 


1979 


J 


7.7 


512.4 


30.1 


3323 


42.8 


552 


46.4 


112.1 


44.5 


806 


13.2 


5,144 3 


3,5668 


211.7 


1,365.8 


3377 




F 


7.3 


395.7 


26.3 


238.7 


507 


369 


308 


101.3 


51.9 


104 .1 


14.6 


4,8833 


3,437.7 


1459 


1,299.6 


340.7 




M 


9.2 


560.7 


20.1 


369 1 


583 


664 


52.7 


116.9 


628 


76.5 


97 


5,320 9 


3,5900 


167.7 


1,563.3 


397.4 




A 


6.0 


504.4 


15.6 


352.5 


467 


54.7 


48.5 


136.4 


72.5 


82.2 


11.0 


4,959.6 


3,349.6 


188.8 


1,421.3 


315.7 




M 


10.2 


510.4 


10.8 


353.6 


55.9 


51.9 


43.8 


109 5 


53.0 


123.7 


18.3 


5,2260 


3,667 1 


169.5 


1,389.4 


4270 




J 


6.0 


505.7 


248 


307.4 


59.5 


654 


566 


1287 


59.1 


102.7 


23.7 


4,9200 


3,4528 


171.9 


1,295.3 


346.6 




J 


10.1 


5092 


10.0 


3550 


66.1 


654 


524 


178 2 


68.2 


78.4 


16.9 


5,226.4 


3,583.3 


263.6 


1,379.5 


343.9 




A 


4.5 


4998 


14.4 


3266 


627 


51.1 


43.1 


184.5 


585 


91 9 


200 


5,2795 


3,759.2 


245.5 


1,274.8 


4348 




S 


11.5 


5966 


19.4 


4058 


36.1 


498 


43.1 


153.1 


398 


116.4 


296 


6,109 3 


3,796 1 


2980 


2,015.2 


441.7 







13.4 


522.5 


20.5 


316.3 


56.9 


71 8 


61.4 


195.2 


67.7 


864 


226 


5,9187 


3,853.4 


308.7 


1,756.6 


3783 




N 


9.7 


572.8 


22.6 


400.0 


10.4 


59.2 


51.1 


159.1 


73.2 


125.4 


29.9 


5.6880 


3,8689 


2196 


1,599 4 


4043 



• includes Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Denmark and Ireland 
Source: Exports by Commodities (65-004), Statistics Canada. 



106 



January 1980 

Table 2: Merchandise imports, major countries and areas (million dollars) 



Section 11 -Table 2 

















European 
































All 




Common 


Belgium 




















Year 










other 




Marked 


and 




















and 




All 


United 


United 


coun- 


Western (excluding 


Luxem- 




West 




Nether- 


Eastern 


Middle 




Saudi 


Other 


montr 


i 


countries 


States 


Kingdom 


tries 


Europe 


U.K.) 


bourg 


France 


Germany 


Italy 


lands 


Europe 


East 


Iran 


Arabia 


Africa 




D 


3535 


3536 


3537 


3538 


3539 


3540 


3541 


3542 


3543 


3544 


3545 


3546 


3547 


3548 


3549 


3550 


1977 




42,332.3 


29.8149 


1,278.8 


11,238.5 


4,464.8 


2,361.1 


160.4 


522.0 


967.0 


399.6 


190 5 


214.2 


1,486.8 


537.3 


712.3 


362.3 


1978 




49,937.7 


35,246.3 


1,599 9 


13,091.5 


5,641.0 


3,035.9 


201 7 


6838 


1,244.4 


525.0 


2273 


251.8 


1,614.9 


5938 


749.0 


364 5 


1977 


D 


3,516.5 


2,391.0 


99.1 


1,026.5 


376.5 


196.2 


12.1 


44.9 


83.2 


29.9 


14.1 


159 


204 8 


90.6 


39.2 


235 


1978 J 


3,214.2 


2,126.1 


97.2 


9909 


3540 


191.8 


10.5 


372 


84.5 


34.0 


16.6 


19.8 


102.6 


8.3 


68.4 


30.5 




F 


3,933.2 


2,6965 


127.3 


1,109.3 


419.5 


2207 


14.8 


58.5 


822 


34.7 


19.3 


18.7 


226.6 


122.1 


71.2 


31.3 




M 


3,5653 


2.6020 


119.3 


844.0 


431.4 


237.7 


209 


499 


100 7 


33.4 


21.5 


16.6 


94.7 


280 


50.6 


9.9 




A 


4,731.9 


3,3954 


154.4 


1,182.1 


558.1 


321.7 


21.7 


682 


135.9 


537 


246 


21.9 


109.1 


55.3 


37.6 


16.0 




M 


4,424.1 


3,139 


138.4 


1.146.7 


465.8 


243.2 


15.6 


59.2 


98.1 


384 


20 1 


21.8 


152.2 


652 


70.3 


45.0 




J 


4,432.7 


3,223.0 


147.5 


1,062.2 


486.3 


2464 


11.9 


56.3 


101.4 


41.3 


20.4 


19.2 


153 8 


648 


63.5 


23.7 




J 


3,886.0 


2,6546 


122 5 


1,108.9 


450.6 


2454 


18.0 


620 


92.7 


480 


13.6 


25.5 


138 9 


336 


78.2 


43.2 




A 


3,758.0 


2,516.0 


121.7 


1,120.3 


477.8 


261 9 


16.6 


683 


983 


50.2 


16.7 


20.6 


178.7 


950 


56.0 


23.2 




s 


4,005.1 


2,877.9 


127.6 


999.6 


411.2 


2088 


12.3 


47.1 


78.6 


42.4 


16.7 


20.4 


768 


38.7 


13.4 


204 







4,794.1 


3,410.9 


152 6 


1,230.6 


5449 


3038 


21.2 


63.4 


135.3 


47.8 


20.3 


21.8 


118.9 


0.3 


103.2 


27.1 




N 


4,912.7 


3,5233 


155.2 


1,234.2 


557.2 


290.1 


220 


57.8 


125.2 


52.1 


18.8 


20.7 


151.1 


44.2 


77.9 


63.0 




D 


4,280.4 


3,081.4 


136.5 


1,062.5 


484.5 


2644 


16.3 


55.8 


111.6 


489 


187 


24.7 


111.5 


38.4 


58.7 


31.1 


1979 


J 


4,782.8 


3,420.0 


134.2 


1,228.6 


547.0 


318.5 


17.0 


61 


155 9 


497 


20.7 


27.6 


92.2 


_ 


84.3 


22.9 




F 


4,471.3 


3,327.9 


800 


1,063.4 


414.7 


2520 


17.1 


52.9 


104.6 


429 


18.8 


18.7 


125 4 


0.6 


68.9 


10.5 




M 


5,514.6 


3,9662 


196 5 


1,351.9 


6287 


3344 


24.6 


693 


136.2 


64.1 


21.9 


25.5 


178 2 


— 


139.1 


48.0 




A 


4,915.5 


3,642.1 


180.8 


1,0926 


5862 


306.3 


20.0 


600 


129.0 


55.9 


19.3 


26.9 


76.6 


- 


60.4 


23.9 




M 


5,649.1 


4,189.7 


176.4 


1,283.0 


5880 


321.8 


22.6 


663 


139.5 


530 


24.3 


25.6 


129.4 


566 


68.0 


306 




J 


5,106.1 


3,823.3 


167.7 


1,115.1 


577.9 


3100 


21.7 


71.4 


128.3 


48.8 


24.5 


22.1 


101.7 


03 


96.3 


17.9 




J 


4,942.6 


3,473.7 


155.3 


1,313.6 


557.1 


2964 


206 


77.3 


104.0 


53.7 


25.4 


26.4 


182 3 


42.4 


110.2 


48.9 




A 


5,625.3 


3,7389 


203.1 


1,683.3 


683.5 


3620 


20.6 


89.1 


145.2 


66.9 


22.4 


44.0 


281.4 


23.3 


159.4 


65.0 




S 


4,775.1 


3,470.2 


149.3 


1,155.6 


4804 


245.4 


16.0 


47.2 


103.1 


51.4 


15.4 


209 


139 1 


0.1 


120 9 


18.1 







6,125.2 


4,546.9 


170.3 


1,407 9 


6005 


3143 


18.7 


668 


1329 


525 


24.4 


39.2 


201.2 


48.8 


980 


41.6 




N 


5,862 1 


4,268.9 


181.7 


1,411.5 


6295 


320.6 


23.6 


67.1 


133.1 


53.2 


290 


29.1 


150.6 


61.1 


83.1 


38.8 






















Central 








Ad|usted for seasonal 


variation 












All 




Year 




















America 




Nether- 


All 






other 


European 


and 




Other 










South 




Vene- 


and 




lands 


coun- 


United 


United 


coun- 


Common 


montr 


i 


Asia 


India 


Japan 


Oceania 


Australia 


America 


Brazil 


zuela 


Antilles 


Jamaica 


Antilles 


tries 


States 


Kingdom 


tries 


Market' 




D 


3551 


3552 


3553 


3554 


3555 


3556 


3557 


3558 


3559 


3560 


3561 














D 
























3562 


3563 


3564 


3565 


3566 


1977 




3,109.9 


55.7 


1,792.9 


426.7 


353.0 


1,833.8 


214.0 


1,359.8 


618.3 


55.4 


70 






M.C.D. 






1978 




3,821.4 


65.1 


2,268.5 


4629 


349.8 


1,930.6 


2484 


1,282.7 


603.6 


70.6 


24.2 


3 
3,657.3 


3 
2,518.4 


5 
109.2 


3 
1,029 6 


3 
201.7 


1977 


D 


272.1 


46 


163.5 


58.0 


52.5 


126.5 


20.8 


86.2 


478 


6.5 


- 


1978 


J 


269.0 


2.5 


162.1 


41.3 


33.0 


225.6 


17.7 


175.3 


45.2 


48 


0.3 


3,675.4 


2,541.9 


112.3 


1,021.2 


217.6 




F 


313.0 


4.8 


194 6 


40.0 


34.0 


1334 


20.0 


90.1 


54.1 


64 


- 


3,805.0 


2,652 1 


119.6 


1,033.3 


224.9 




M 


245.1 


3.7 


147.3 


18.9 


14.3 


104.4 


15.9 


70.7 


42.4 


4.3 


0.1 


3,532.9 


2,5736 


116.5 


842.8 


242.3 




A 


3563 


8.3 


2202 


436 


34.0 


173.2 


25.1 


98.0 


583 


10.3 


0.2 


4,560.7 


3,176.7 


153.1 


1,230.9 


320.3 




M 


334.7 


6.8 


197.9 


25.5 


19.0 


174.2 


268 


107.0 


65.3 


9.6 


— 


3,856.1 


2,6857 


116.2 


1,054.2 


198.8 




J 


311.1 


49 


173.4 


38.7 


266 


131.0 


22.3 


84.4 


45.9 


7.2 


— 


3,9490 


2,876.5 


120.2 


952.3 


2286 




J 


303.6 


4.5 


169.6 


51.3 


37.8 


166.7 


16.5 


121.2 


51.5 


4.7 


- 


4,176.5 


2,929.8 


128.1 


1,118.6 


236.5 




A 


319.3 


4.6 


188.0 


36.5 


27.0 


1389 


22.2 


93.4 


47.0 


11.2 


— 


4,0768 


2,932.6 


129.0 


1,015.2 


243.5 




S 


347.8 


5.1 


216.2 


399 


258 


160 


15.1 


117.2 


50.6 


3.8 


99 


4,383.0 


3,087.7 


145.7 


1,149.6 


236.7 




O 


389.8 


7.4 


2369 


42.1 


33.4 


182.7 


229 


113.6 


55.9 


2.6 


57 


4,491.6 


3,116.5 


139.5 


1,235.6 


293.2 




N 


3229 


5.8 


188 2 


54.8 


41.1 


168.5 


16.2 


109 7 


51.2 


4.7 


5.0 


4,651 3 


3,241.8 


151.0 


1,258.6 


288.3 




D 


308.7 


6.9 


174.0 


30.3 


23.8 


171.9 


277 


102.1 


362 


09 


28 


4,779.4 


3,431.2 


168 9 


1,179.2 


3052 


1979 


J 


3880 


64 


2137 


67.1 


54.4 


163 8 


24.9 


112.6 


54.0 


06 


23 


4,876.4 


3,657.8 


137.8 


1,080.9 


314.0 




F 


2930 


62 


156 3 


37.4 


286 


184.7 


18.3 


139.1 


59.0 


9.3 


- 


4,720.0 


3,526.4 


84.7 


1,108.9 


290.1 




M 


404.9 


7.6 


2255 


34.8 


17.0 


174.5 


18.0 


121.6 


53.8 


0.8 


90 


5,269.6 


3,850.7 


178.7 


1,240.2 


318.9 




A 


315.2 


70 


162 6 


54.9 


402 


147.4 


12.8 


110.2 


42.1 


05 


— 


4,811.1 


3,450.3 


180 5 


1,180.4 


304.1 




M 


384.3 


7.7 


184 4 


60.4 


44.3 


180 9 


28.7 


115.8 


60.1 


4.8 


4.8 


5,049.7 


3,655.0 


153 9 


1,240.8 


277.4 




J 


309.3 


69 


141.4 


393 


27.9 


153.5 


27.3 


91.0 


61.1 


12.8 


- 


4,673.8 


3,493.5 


145.3 


1,035.0 


301.0 




J 


357.5 


8.2 


159.6 


47.0 


33.4 


186 6 


23.7 


138.0 


63.1 


0.9 


7.0 


5,123.4 


3,700.1 


153 9 


1,269.3 


276.0 




A 


448.3 


9.3 


209.2 


41 


31 .1 


240.0 


37.8 


160.0 


83.1 


9.9 


1.6 


5,453.9 


3,9660 


191.6 


1,296.2 


3025 




S 


337.0 


10.1 


163.1 


62.1 


49.0 


2054 


27.9 


150.5 


41.8 


23 


0.1 


5,409.7 


3,782.6 


181.3 


1,445.7 


297.9 







369.8 


8.2 


196.7 


55.3 


40.9 


2162 


24.4 


135.0 


54.3 


1.0 


5.4 


5,622.5 


4,063.7 


156.6 


1,402.2 


295.4 




N 


360.6 


9.5 


181.5 


58.8 


44.8 


254.2 


35.1 


186.3 


71 4 


69 


10.9 


5,563.3 


4.000.1 


170.7 


1,392.6 


316.6 



'Includes Belgium, Luxembourg. France, Germany, Italy. Netherlands, Denmark and Ireland. 
Source: Imports by Commodities (65-007), Statistics Canada. 



107 



Section 11 -Table 3 

Table 3: Merchandise exports, by commodity, based on the standard commodity classification! (million dollars) 



January 1980 





(1971 = 


= 100) 


Exports 














Domestic 


export sZ 
























Food, feed, beverages and tobacco 












Index 




Meat 




Shell- 






Other 












of phy- 


and re- 






Live 




and 


Fish, 


fish, 






cereals 




Fodder 




Year 


Index ol 


sical 


exports 


Re- 




animals 




meat 


fresh or 


Dreserved 




Wheat 


and 


Other 


and 




and 


prices 3 


volume 3 


total 


exports 


Total 


total 


Total 


preps 


frozen 


fish 


Wheat 


flour 


preps. 


foods 


feed 


Whisky 


month 


(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


(11) 


(12) 


(13) 


(19) 


(20) 


(21) 


D 


3800 


3801 


3601 


3602 


3603 


3604 


3605 


3606 


3607 


3608 


3609 


3610 


3611 


3612 


3613 


3614 


1977 


188.7 


131.8 


44,553.5 


869.7 


43,6839 


151.3 


4,456.3 


223.5 


404.2 


282.1 


1,881.5 


119.6 


483.4 


406.4 


164.6 


270.7 


1978 


2048 


144.4 


52,842.3 


923.3 


51,918.9 


213.8 


5,087.3 


311.7 


564.5 


537.8 


1,912.8 


152.3 


586.7 


305.5 


176.4 


268.9 


1977 D 


193.4 


142.7 


4,114.8 


76.1 


4,0387 


17.8 


456.2 


19.0 


37.4 


37.1 


192.2 


9.0 


67.5 


28.5 


23.9 


23.9 


1978 J 


200.7 


118.3 


3,525.7 


51.4 


3,474.3 


9.5 


281.2 


19.3 


27.0 


29.1 


94.1 


11.4 


35.0 


22.1 


11.1 


16.4 


F 


196.9 


140.1 


4,114.7 


79.2 


4,035.5 


17.7 


341.1 


27.3 


30.5 


22.2 


93.1 


17.1 


52.0 


27.1 


16.3 


21.4 


M 


198.7 


138.4 


4,087.6 


62.8 


4,024.8 


16.2 


291.1 


24.6 


30.4 


26.1 


88.3 


16.3 


31.9 


18.6 


10.9 


17.5 


A 


201.2 


156.3 


4,679.2 


78.1 


4,601.1 


22.7 


377.9 


31.6 


31.0 


65.4 


106.5 


21.5 


29.7 


26.1 


13.6 


21.7 


M 


199.7 


158.3 


4,698.6 


73.6 


4,625.0 


20.0 


4704 


26.6 


35.5 


860 


177.7 


7.3 


55.5 


22.2 


10.8 


19.3 


J 


199.2 


154.1 


4,588.0 


97.4 


4,490.7 


14.6 


463.7 


24.0 


446 


529 


195.3 


10.1 


57.3 


20.6 


17.1 


19.3 


J 


201.1 


130.9 


3,922.2 


71.0 


3,851 2 


14.6 


392.5 


17.5 


44.1 


30.7 


184 7 


7.5 


43.5 


20.7 


8.6 


14.4 


A 


212.9 


124.8 


3,954.3 


65.0 


3,889.3 


17.3 


513.7 


188 


666 


37.2 


229.8 


15.4 


65.1 


23.4 


18.2 


19.1 


S 


2080 


150.2 


4,645.6 


74.1 


4,571.5 


16.4 


503.7 


23.4 


76.5 


49.1 


208.3 


9.2 


55.6 


24.1 


12.4 


27.9 





210.6 


152.9 


4,803.9 


92.7 


4,711.2 


17.2 


467.2 


30.3 


72.6 


44.5 


174.9 


14.9 


34.5 


34.0 


14.4 


32.2 


N 


214.3 


165.2 


5,265.1 


83.3 


5,181.8 


25.6 


5783 


37.8 


63.0 


59.3 


249.8 


13.7 


44.9 


34.4 


19.8 


35.7 


D 


215.9 


141.3 


4,557.3 


94.7 


4,462.6 


21.7 


406.6 


30.6 


42.7 


35.4 


110.2 


7.8 


81.7 


32.1 


23.0 


23.8 


1979 J 


2259 


149.1 


5.0383 


107.8 


4,930.5 


20.1 


4208 


39.5 


36.8 


38.4 


143.7 


5.4 


35.3 


34.9 


15.7 


37.7 


F 


228.8 


134.1 


4,572.2 


83.8 


4,488.4 


14.4 


300.3 


30.9 


39.2 


24.7 


73.4 


6.9 


298 


29.7 


15.1 


18.4 


M 


233.6 


155.3 


5,418.8 


111.6 


5,307.3 


15.2 


375.9 


403 


465 


364 


110 


16.7 


29.4 


30.6 


14.1 


20.3 


A 


239.2 


137.6 


4,9145 


98.5 


4,816.0 


20.9 


4353 


30.5 


35.6 


97.7 


123.5 


15.3 


43.7 


28.3 


15.0 


15.9 


M 


241.8 


161.2 


5,814.5 


110.2 


5,7042 


26.9 


4558 


433 


41.1 


79.4 


126.9 


9.2 


38.3 


34.5 


15.8 


26.8 


J 


2425 


1464 


5,308.7 


114.3 


5,194.4 


200 


472.7 


30.7 


43.4 


61.9 


177.9 


14.3 


49.2 


26.1 


20.7 


22.0 


J 


251.7 


134.8 


5,076.9 


110.1 


4,966.9 


17.3 


482.9 


368 


51.6 


439 


199 


9.6 


64.2 


28.5 


12.9 


11.8 


A 


2588 


141.3 


5,464.2 


114.5 


5,349.7 


17.7 


5485 


368 


893 


59.5 


1938 


5.9 


64.5 


36.7 


19.8 


17.2 


S 


257.3 


147.5 


5,656.0 


102.3 


5,553.7 


15.8 


659.2 


31.0 


76.5 


44.4 


264 8 


9.6 


126.2 


31.5 


17.5 


27.9 


O 


2564 


164.3 


6,285.1 


118 6 


6,166.5 


27.9 


735.1 


407 


75.1 


51.7 


3558 


17.7 


67.1 


36.7 


19.2 


38.3 


N 






6,042.9 


128 6 


5,914.3 


32.9 


636.9 


37.9 


54.8 


56.5 


226.1 


15.6 


114.5 


37.0 


25.4 


36.7 


















Domestic 


export s2 




























Crude materials, i 


nedible 














































Other fabricated 






Hides, 




Crude 




Ores, concentrates 


& scrap 








As- 


Non- 


materials, inedible 












Other 






Veneer 


Year 




skins 


Oil- 


wood 








Radio- 


non- 


Crude 


Natural 


bestos, 


metal 






and 


and 


Total 


and tuts 


seeds 


mats 


Iron 


Copper 


Nickel 


active 


ferrous 


petroleum 


gas 


unmfrd 


minerals 


Total 


Lumber 


plywood 


month 


(22) 


(23) 


(24) 


(25) 


(28) 


(30) 


(3D 


(32) 


(33) 


(35) 


(36) 


(37) 


(38) 


(39) 


(40) 


(41) 


D 


3615 


3616 


3617 


3618 


3619 


3620 


3621 


3622 


3623 


3624 


3625 


3626 


3627 


3628 


3629 


3630 


1977 


8,850.1 


158.7 


440.7 


105.7 


1,114.9 


310.7 


537.4 


75.4 


691.2 


1,750.6 


2,028.1 


553.4 


898.6 


14.926.8 


2,387.1 


148.3 


1978 


8,829.8 


191.4 


543.7 


116.2 


853.6 


3207 


2948 


2072 


7265 


1,572 7 


2,190.3 


5684 


1,057.7 


18,906 3 


3,228.8 


211.6 


1977 D 


808.1 


11.7 


39.3 


132 


123.5 


18.0 


32.9 


09 


58.2 


154.3 


205.8 


73.6 


60.4 


1,353.0 


198 8 


16.3 


1978 J 


730.1 


13.5 


31 2 


7.1 


40.5 


26.2 


45.8 


05 


46.8 


163.5 


2129 


35.3 


92.3 


1,276.5 


208.1 


17.3 


F 


745.6 


290 


39.1 


8.7 


255 


496 


58.1 


47 


569 


137.0 


205.9 


406 


71.7 


1,515.5 


240.4 


13.6 


M 


6592 


208 


25.0 


11.2 


29.2 


15.4 


367 


32.3 


488 


131 .1 


184.0 


41.0 


662 


1,494 1 


227.7 


18.1 


A 


723.4 


229 


339 


10.3 


19.9 


247 


365 


34.3 


493 


1328 


2009 


47.6 


92.1 


1,787.4 


309.2 


228 


M 


735.3 


20.5 


45.3 


9.2 


380 


398 


42.8 


165 


67.1 


111.1 


192.3 


408 


980 


1,754.3 


288.4 


17.4 


J 


678.1 


15.9 


582 


8.6 


23.2 


27.2 


260 


12.6 


61.5 


110.8 


176.2 


53.5 


91.1 


1,607.6 


289.5 


18.3 


J 


5852 


11.3 


396 


7.0 


19.9 


30.0 


11.1 


- 


600 


127.5 


156.1 


34.7 


782 


1,427.6 


276.0 


19.3 


A 


761.4 


8.2 


41.9 


9.7 


172.8 


13.8 


14.1 


23.7 


51.8 


122.2 


1596 


46.4 


840 


1,466 9 


2767 


16.6 


S 


824 7 


12.2 


393 


14.7 


124.2 


31 


12.2 


36.4 


67.3 


128 


164.2 


54 7 


127.4 


1,589 1 


279.5 


16.3 


O 


714.8 


13.3 


44.9 


68 


862 


339 


06 


18.1 


673 


114.7 


165.0 


73.9 


76.4 


1,691.6 


298.1 


21.5 


N 


8433 


9.2 


56.1 


15.7 


126.4 


22.5 


94 


123 


849 


139.6 


173.2 


553 


119.6 


1,784.2 


294.1 


140 


D 


8286 


14.6 


89.2 


74 


147.9 


6.7 


1.6 


159 


64.6 


154.3 


200 1 


44.5 


60.5 


1,511.5 


241.1 


16.4 


1979 J 


8896 


30.5 


58.4 


12.5 


74.8 


38.2 


14.4 


18.1 


79.7 


173.0 


227.1 


44.0 


99.3 


1,876.7 


3238 


23.1 


F 


787.2 


25.4 


48.7 


7.7 


38.5 


43.4 


17.6 


94 


682 


161.0 


234 7 


392 


75.2 


1,687.1 


226 1 


21.1 


M 


9956 


49.1 


73.4 


12.4 


61.7 


589 


18.9 


630 


892 


186 3 


2126 


53.9 


928 


2,043.5 


327 1 


21.9 


A 


878.1 


28.4 


433 


9.3 


61.7 


44.3 


3.2 


35.7 


73.1 


197.5 


226.3 


428 


91.9 


1,789.0 


321.8 


20.4 


M 


1,117.9 


27.1 


84.5 


7.5 


183.9 


328 


14.4 


41.4 


105.4 


222.9 


212.9 


58.2 


107.2 


2,169.1 


334.4 


23.0 


J 


1,014.7 


22.4 


74.2 


12.1 


175.4 


380 


19.0 


30.9 


107.6 


178.9 


210.3 


582 


694 


1,975.3 


3428 


23.9 


J 


1,022.7 


25.8 


71.7 


9.2 


152 8 


54.2 


59.2 


23.9 


76.8 


160 4 


210.1 


463 


115.6 


1,975.3 


342.9 


16.6 


A 


1,056.4 


18.4 


62.2 


13.3 


194 2 


29.9 


576 


5.1 


96 3 


191 7 


208.0 


58.1 


103.6 


2,267.7 


383.4 


20.8 


S 


1,206.6 


15.2 


101.5 


12.9 


151.7 


664 


366 


21.5 


129.1 


2388 


229 1 


825 


104.1 


1,9755 


354.8 


17.3 


O 


1,065.3 


17.3 


698 


12.4 


131.9 


462 


27.6 


18 9 


123.9 


209.3 


232.2 


50.9 


107.4 


2,260.2 


367.6 


21.3 


N 


1,204.2 


12.3 


63.1 


23.9 


116.1 


454 


40.2 


56.2 


116.1 


217.2 


298.8 


67.0 


128.7 


2,242.8 


351.9 


22.5 



Note: See footnotes at end of Table 



108 



January 1980 Section 11 -Table 3/Concluded 

Table 3: Merchandise exports, by commodity, based on the standard commodity classification! (million dollars)/concluded 





















Domestic 


export s2 






























Fabricatec 


materials. 


inedible 






















Other 


Textile 




Ferti- 


Syn- 
thetic- 


Primary 


Steel 


Other 




Non-ferrous 


metals and alloys 




End 








News- 


paper 


fabri- 




lizers 


rubber 


iron 


plate 


iron 












products 


Year 




Wood 


print 


and 


cated 


Chem- 


and 


and 


and 


and 


and 


Alum- 










inedible. 


and 




pulp 


paper 


board 


mats 


icals 


mats 


plastics 


steel 


sheet 


steel 


inum 


Copper 


Nickel 


Zinc 


Other 


total 


montr 


i 


(42) 


(43) 


(44) 


(45-48) 


(49.50) 


(51) 


(52) 


(55) 


(56) 


(57) 


(58) 


(59) 


(60) 


(61) 


(62) 


(64) 







3631 


3632 


3633 


3634 


3635 


3636 


3637 


3638 


3639 


3640 


3641 


3642 


3643 


3644 


3645 


3646 


1977 




2,157.6 


2,381.5 


427.7 


111.0 


764.6 


659.0 


246.3 


141.1 


303.3 


602.6 


769.6 


522.4 


436.9 


2283 


538.6 


15,231 2 


1978 




2,180 9 


2,886.2 


571.9 


148.5 


1,180.0 


734.9 


345.5 


173.6 


392.1 


861 3 


1,140.6 


509.5 


5648 


317.4 


722.8 


18,765.5 


1977 


D 


171.2 


225.3 


50.1 


9.7 


762 


43.5 


20.7 


14.0 


24.0 


60.1 


50.8 


42.7 


54.6 


17.4 


62.4 


1,399.0 


1978 


J 


1473 


202.0 


34.3 


84 


45.9 


44.8 


21 6 


13 4 


24.4 


49.3 


73.5 


40.1 


71.0 


17.3 


35.9 


1,169.9 




F 


173.5 


206.9 


44.2 


12.6 


64.7 


74.6 


25.7 


3.7 


33.2 


71.8 


87.3 


69.7 


76.1 


15.7 


60.7 


1,409.1 




M 


165.7 


241.7 


45.6 


11.8 


890 


69.9 


233 


12.0 


30.5 


67.8 


100.5 


42.6 


58.7 


18.0 


48.5 


1,557.0 




A 


177.2 


2637 


46.0 


14.7 


126.5 


72.7 


359 


11.2 


37.7 


84.2 


112.3 


48.8 


76.1 


27.9 


74.6 


1,682 9 




M 


189 7 


274.6 


41.1 


122 


129 8 


68.0 


30.1 


17.6 


35.6 


73.0 


121.0 


52.1 


88.5 


34.5 


55.5 


1,638.5 




J 


184 


2427 


43.3 


13.5 


99.3 


49.3 


290 


25.7 


31.6 


73.2 


89.7 


38.5 


84.8 


36.2 


55.7 


1,718.1 




J 


174.1 


2336 


48.0 


10.7 


73.0 


43.5 


249 


7.4 


31.1 


62.7 


82.4 


37.4 


40.7 


25.5 


36.7 


1,420.7 




A 


187.4 


264.7 


503 


12.0 


90.7 


60.6 


27.7 


7.1 


29.8 


57.6 


71.8 


31.8 


4.0 


19.0 


50.1 


1,119.7 




S 


1826 


229.4 


56.1 


11.6 


101.5 


62.1 


288 


21.9 


38.2 


78.1 


110.6 


40.6 


18.0 


33.3 


60.5 


1,621.7 




O 


182.1 


254.1 


55.8 


14.6 


142.8 


56.4 


35.4 


13.8 


36.8 


76.9 


91.4 


45.1 


16.9 


30.2 


92.0 


1,807.4 




N 


215.8 


248.0 


57.6 


14.5 


112.6 


61.0 


33.8 


24.4 


32.0 


91.1 


118.0 


37.6 


18.7 


32.3 


84.6 


1,935.3 




D 


201.6 


224.9 


49.7 


11.9 


104.2 


72.0 


29.5 


15.3 


31.2 


75.7 


82.0 


25.3 


11.3 


27.5 


68.1 


1,685.0 


1979 


J 


262.3 


240.1 


55.4 


14.3 


102.2 


69.6 


37.6 


11.6 


40.0 


81.8 


75.3 


21.6 


20.1 


27.5 


83.8 


1,705.0 




F 


200.4 


230.5 


528 


13.2 


106.9 


59.1 


338 


4.7 


33.2 


79.7 


82.2 


28.0 


48.0 


27.5 


87.9 


1,688.8 




M 


287.8 


2686 


637 


15.0 


118.7 


81.2 


37.9 


6.1 


358 


830 


110.4 


43.6 


37.5 


38.7 


92.7 


1,865 




A 


215.4 


250.6 


523 


12.3 


104.6 


86.1 


34.0 


21.5 


282 


75.1 


90.9 


30.7 


35.5 


33.0 


45.4 


1,681.2 




M 


267.0 


283.1 


69.0 


15.7 


161.9 


73.0 


400 


19.3 


380 


113.7 


95.3 


37.2 


460 


37.2 


89.6 


1,919.5 




J 


2548 


251.5 


64.4 


13.5 


146.2 


860 


39.5 


11.0 


36.0 


95.4 


47.1 


40.0 


42.1 


28.4 


93.2 


1,698.1 




J 


241.7 


259.2 


66.1 


14.5 


128.9 


67.7 


40.9 


2.4 


28.5 


92.2 


51.5 


50.7 


28.3 


26.1 


101.9 


1,452.9 




A 


274.0 


309.9 


74.4 


14.8 


199 4 


100.0 


460 


5.4 


38.1 


98.3 


46.6 


63.9 


70.0 


26.0 


808 


1,443.6 




s 


241.2 


241.9 


62.1 


17.0 


152 2 


92.3 


49.1 


1.5 


33.3 


87.9 


42.3 


64.8 


50.6 


25.2 


102.1 


1,684.4 







270.5 


2928 


72.5 


17.4 


171.6 


89.7 


45.7 


15.4 


31.8 


102.6 


73.8 


81.0 


526 


32.9 


148.6 


2,065.2 




N 


297.2 


303.3 


70.7 


15.9 


123.5 


113.0 


42.4 


4.4 


36.9 


100.7 


88.3 


62.2 


66.6 


26.2 


115.6 


1,781.1 




















Domestic 


exports^ 






























End product 


s. inedible 






























Transportatior 


i and communications 


equipment 


















Machinery 




















































Aircraft 


Com- 
munic 


Other 


Personal 










Con- 


Drilling. 














veying, excavating 






Total 


Road 


Motor 


Motor 




engines 


and 


equip. 


and 


Misc 


Year 






General 


mats. 


and 






motor 


motor 


vehicle 


vehicle 




and 


related 


and 


h'hold 


end 


and 




Total 


purpose 


handling 


mining 


Farm 


Total 


vehicles 


vehicles 


engines 


parts 


Aircratt 


parts 


equip 


tools 


goods 


prod 


month 


i 


(65) 


(66) 


(67) 


(68-72)4 


(73)4 


(76) 


(78-80) 


(78) 


(79) 


(80) 


(81) 


(82) 


(83) 


(84) 


(89) 


(91) 




D 


3647 


3648 


3649 


3650 


3651 


3652 


3653 


3654 


3655 


3656 


3657 


3658 


3659 


3660 


3661 


3662 


1977 




1,723.3 


327.0 


171.3 


181.4 


5589 


11,742.9 


10,423.8 


6,805.1 


944.9 


2,673.7 


66.7 


419.0 


405.0 


932 8 


297.9 


534.3 


1978 




2,142.0 


433.5 


233.8 


207.8 


605.3 


14,281.5 


12,446.7 


7,967.7 


1,0620 


3,417.0 


117.9 


573.1 


565.2 


1,257.3 


388.3 


696.4 


1977 


D 


150.7 


32.9 


17.2 


11.1 


40.2 


1,056.8 


931.4 


6269 


65.8 


2387 


2.2 


40.9 


48.6 


99.1 


28.2 


64.1 


1978 


J 


114.5 


29.8 


12.1 


9.8 


25.2 


929.5 


847.0 


548.1 


85.4 


213.4 


2.2 


30.9 


31.2 


68.9 


17.4 


39.6 




F 


170.6 


35.6 


17.2 


12.5 


53.8 


1,064.3 


9368 


617.5 


78.3 


241.0 


5.7 


41.7 


52.0 


96.2 


24.5 


53.5 




M 


1932 


352 


16.8 


46.3 


45.7 


1,186.6 


1,018.2 


6884 


899 


239.9 


1.6 


42.9 


35.2 


904 


24.7 


62.0 




A 


197.2 


48.2 


19.5 


13.7 


58.9 


1,285.6 


1,151.4 


745.5 


101.7 


304.2 


2.9 


44.5 


47.8 


111.1 


29.1 


60.0 




M 


211.5 


32.3 


18.5 


18.5 


81.5 


1,234.4 


1,096.6 


706.3 


92.1 


298.2 


4.1 


47.3 


48.4 


99.7 


30.6 


62.3 




J 


2024 


36.1 


23.7 


19.5 


58.0 


1,300.8 


1,120.5 


7453 


100.4 


274.8 


40.3 


51.6 


49.0 


117.3 


35.5 


62.1 




J 


169.5 


33.8 


18.1 


14.4 


45.7 


1,065.6 


8796 


551.0 


80.6 


248.0 


15.3 


54.3 


41.3 


103.4 


34.5 


47.8 




A 


144.1 


31.6 


15.8 


12.7 


38.0 


791.4 


6764 


357.2 


65.7 


253.4 


9.1 


38.2 


385 


87.8 


34.7 


61.7 




S 


169.6 


37.0 


21.7 


13.0 


43.3 


1,242.2 


1.066.4 


650.5 


86.8 


329 1 


26.4 


469 


50.2 


110.0 


38.3 


61.6 







185.7 


32.0 


23.8 


15.4 


53.6 


1,389.8 


1,239.6 


7803 


858 


373.6 


10 


59.1 


580 


126.5 


42.3 


63.1 




N 


199.4 


44.4 


25.0 


15.5 


57.3 


1,494.8 


1,284.1 


821.3 


108.4 


354.4 


8.2 


63.1 


59.8 


128.1 


47.4 


65.6 




D 


184.3 


37.5 


2.1.7 


16.2 


44.5 


1,296.5 


1,130.1 


756.3 


86.7 


287 


1.2 


52.5 


53.7 


118.1 


29.2 


57.0 


1979 


J 


192.0 


46.9 


20.7 


22.3 


45.3 


1,283.1 


1,100.8 


672.3 


90.8 


337.7 


5.9 


61.5 


60.7 


136.0 


28.8 


65.1 




F 


180.6 


39.7 


19.8 


14.1 


53.5 


1,301.4 


1,085.7 


6884 


82.1 


315.3 


14.0 


56.4 


58.1 


124.0 


25.4 


57.3 




M 


237.7 


46.5 


23.6 


18.8 


78.1 


1,384.4 


1,1765 


7188 


79.6 


378.1 


31.5 


67.8 


58.1 


143.0 


34.5 


65.4 




A 


210.1 


450 


20.7 


16.9 


70.8 


1,245.7 


1,049.2 


677.1 


73.4 


298.7 


19.7 


71.0 


54.6 


127.1 


39.4 


58.8 




M 


2668 


53.6 


24.2 


19.9 


89.3 


1,393.4 


1,117.7 


667.9 


74.2 


3755 


292 


66.4 


74.0 


142.0 


41.0 


76.4 




J 


265.0 


65.2 


22.3 


24.8 


70.6 


1,182.9 


972.7 


615.5 


45.9 


311.4 


3.7 


68.9 


55.9 


138.1 


41.1 


71.0 




J 


250.1 


39.6 


23.6 


20.4 


82.0 


949.3 


733.5 


422.5 


54.3 


2566 


17.5 


66.1 


58.0 


134.6 


46.2 


72.7 




A 


261.0 


44.1 


22.1 


22.6 


91.8 


823.0 


617.1 


292.7 


37.4 


287.1 


9.2 


66.7 


557 


137.8 


51.2 


170.6 




s 


214.0 


34.8 


22.0 


16.9 


65.3 


1,151.3 


874.3 


453.4 


124.0 


297.0 


11.5 


68.4 


644 


142.1 


55.7 


121.3 







258.8 


50.1 


25.9 


17.2 


79.8 


1,413.9 


1 151.6 


744.1 


76.1 


331.3 


7.7 


85.8 


82.7 


180 6 


63.8 


148.1 




N 


238.3 


61.8 


25.9 


18.4 


51.8 


1,135.0 


900.0 


581.2 


45.2 


2736 


16.2 


79.7 


72.4 


185.5 


54.7 


167.6 



'Column numbers refer fo Tables 3 and 4, Section 11. 2|ncludes special transaction-trade, not shown separately 3The annual index, being calculated separately, will differ 
slightly from the index obtained by the average of the twelve months. 4R 8 visions made to ensure consistent coverage. The most important are: Farm machinery (73) now 
includes tractors; Drilling, excavating and mining (68-72) now exclude metalworking, woodworking machinery, etc 
Source: Exports by Commodities (65-004), Statistics Canada. 



109 



Section 11 -Table 4 

Table 4: Merchandise imports, by commodity, based on the standard commodity classification! (million dollars) 



January 1980 















Food, feed, beverages 


and tobacco 


















(1971 


= 100) 






















Crude mate 














Fruits 


Veget- 
ables 




















Index of 




Live 




Meat 








Coffee. 








Other 


Iron 


Year 


Index of 


physical 


Imports 


animals 


and meat 




Other & 


and 


Raw 


cocoa 




Oil- 




textile 


ores and 


and 


prices? 


volume? 


tota|3 


total 


Total 


preps. 


Fresh 


preps 


preps 


sugar 


and tea 


Total 


seeds 


Cotton 


fibres 


cone 4 


month 


(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(14) 


(15) 


(16) 


(17) 


(18) 


(22) 


(24) 


(26) 


(27) 


(28) 


D 


3803 


3804 


3729 


3730 


3731 


3732 


3733 


3734 


3735 


3736 


3737 


3738 


3739 


3740 


3741 


3742 


1977 


176.8 


153.1 


42,332.3 


52.2 


3,253.6 


314.1 


350.1 


232 


393.4 


2199 


6058 


5,315.7 


147.1 


82.4 


98.3 


106.0 


1978 


2005 


157.9 


49,937.7 


80.4 


3,700.0 


353.3 


4288 


312.6 


4404 


2006 


6296 


5,891.5 


154.0 


91.2 


112.5 


223.8 


1977 D 


187.6 


1439 


3,516.5 


3.3 


288.6 


272 


337 


20.8 


31.4 


31 9 


51.0 


461.7 


6.4 


6.9 


6.8 


45 


1978 J 


192.8 


126.8 


3,214.2 


23 


240.6 


23 1 


18 4 


18.5 


30.1 


20.0 


48.2 


450.0 


17.2 


7.8 


7.5 


6.7 


F 


194.7 


153.7 


3,9332 


2.8 


2838 


29.0 


259 


21.1 


37.9 


20.2 


57.2 


507.5 


5.5 


6.3 


94 


3.3 


M 


189 6 


143.0 


3,565.3 


3.0 


2352 


20 .1 


233 


22.6 


34.0 


- 


595 


2960 


54 


6.3 


94 


1.9 


A 


192.7 


186 8 


4,731.9 


6.3 


335 1 


228 


328 


29.3 


492 


147 


656 


4378 


78 


8.6 


10.9 


15.0 


M 


195.9 


171.7 


4,424.1 


7.5 


332.1 


23.1 


35.0 


28.6 


56.7 


14.9 


586 


541 2 


13.3 


79 


9.7 


19.4 


J 


196.1 


171.9 


4,432.7 


8.9 


3366 


30.7 


480 


265 


56.1 


24.7 


49.6 


5163 


12.0 


8.2 


8.6 


30.4 


J 


200.9 


147.2 


3,886.0 


63 


3202 


35.3 


484 


209 


43.8 


18.6 


43.1 


5252 


17.1 


38 


9.0 


31.8 


A 


205 1 


139.4 


3,758.0 


11.3 


306.8 


33.5 


43.0 


24.0 


23.7 


8.8 


37.4 


520.7 


8.9 


5.8 


8.7 


24.9 


S 


203.5 


149.7 


4,005.1 


9.9 


2840 


406 


34.1 


27.2 


176 


97 


37.3 


436.2 


22.0 


9.7 


9.6 


20.7 


O 


2083 


175.1 


4,794.1 


5.7 


3697 


33.0 


482 


338 


258 


23.5 


63.0 


532 1 


12.9 


8.1 


94 


28.5 


N 


215.2 


173.6 


4,912.7 


96 


3596 


36.2 


34.3 


298 


33.1 


323 


61.2 


6320 


13.9 


10.4 


11.0 


24.9 


D 


211.8 


153.7 


4,280.4 


7.0 


2963 


26.1 


372 


30.3 


32.4 


132 


49.0 


4964 


18.1 


8.2 


9.3 


16.5 


1979 J 


2178 


167.1 


4,782.8 


49 


3168 


277 


292 


27.6 


479 


12.9 


61 2 


5636 


32.9 


9.7 


12.3 


31.1 


F 


219.7 


154.8 


4,471.3 


6.4 


2682 


23.5 


27.3 


284 


388 


21.6 


40.2 


467.7 


5.3 


9.1 


10.0 


7.2 


M 


219.9 


1908 


5,514.6 


6.2 


314.5 


343 


33.5 


30.7 


47.0 


56 


48.5 


604 8 


5.5 


11.3 


14.7 


9.1 


A 


218.5 


171.1 


4,915.5 


7.6 


2995 


34.3 


33.8 


23.0 


486 


58 


45.0 


5508 


6.1 


13.0 


13.1 


16.3 


M 


219.2 


1960 


5,649.1 


7.9 


3644 


34.3 


40.7 


29.1 


53.7 


14.9 


65.5 


6546 


9.9 


9.1 


13.1 


24.4 


J 


218.8 


177.5 


5,106.1 


6.8 


359.3 


28.1 


522 


34.1 


545 


17.6 


442 


5120 


22.6 


6.4 


12.6 


34.3 


J 


231 8 


162.2 


4.9426 


5.8 


3580 


255 


53.7 


27 .1 


43.8 


23.2 


47.5 


6329 


13.3 


43 


13.1 


33.7 


A 


2407 


177.8 


5,6253 


8.2 


3947 


268 


53.6 


306 


38.0 


24.3 


69.0 


891 


14.8 


10.3 


14.9 


41.7 


S 


2322 


156.4 


4,775.1 


60 


328.0 


26.5 


440 


31.8 


24.0 


19.5 


52.3 


651.9 


15.1 


8.3 


12.0 


266 





2426 


192.1 


6,1252 


5.4 


426.3 


34.9 


596 


40 .1 


30.5 


41 8 


61.3 


7573 


19 6 


11.5 


13.4 


37.0 


N 






5,862 .1 


5.1 


3850 


34.6 


345 


32.6 


33.9 


23.5 


59.7 


821 


15.4 


10.6 


13.3 


30.7 




















Fabricated 


materials, 


inedible 














Crude materials. 


nedible 








































Yarn, 


Cotton 


Other 




Chemicals 


Plas- 






Steel 


Primary, 
other 




Muminum 








Paper 


thread 


broad 


broad 


Other 






tics & 




Other 


plate 


Year 


ores and 




Crude 




and 


and 


woven 


woven 


textile 


Inor- 




synth 




petrol 


and 


iron 


and 


cone .3 


Coal 


petroleum 


Total 


board 


cordage 


fabrics 


fabrics 


mats 


ganic 


Organic 


rubber 


Fuel oil 


prod 


sheet 


& steel 


month 


(29) 


(34) 


(35) 


(39) 


(44)5 


(45) 


(46) 


(47) 


(48) 


(49) 


(50) 


(52) 


(53) 


(54) 


(56) 


(55,57) 


D 


3743 


3744 


3745 


3746 


3747 


3748 


3749 


3750 


3751 


3752 


3753 


3754 


3755 


3756 


3757 


3758 


1977 


191.1 


617.7 


3,215.3 


6,992.8 


286.2 


2020 


136.2 


295.6 


256.0 


236.0 


493.6 


663.1 


115.9 


183.8 


270.6 


599.2 


1978 


267.1 


632.4 


3,471.1 


8,793.0 


321.8 


2457 


1466 


3803 


301 7 


282 3 


6820 


841.5 


1480 


2304 


3798 


719.0 


1977 D 


179 


38.9 


305.4 


5900 


244 


160 


93 


25 1 


22 1 


186 


41.1 


540 


11.0 


149 


282 


55.7 


1978 J 


19.5 


14.7 


320.5 


530.2 


22.5 


17.7 


11.2 


25.9 


21 5 


18.1 


42.2 


51.8 


15.1 


15.5 


21 7 


40.2 


F 


21.5 


0.6 


3624 


653 7 


27.5 


21.7 


13.0 


25.5 


259 


18 6 


547 


67.1 


7.3 


12 


29.1 


455 


M 


97 


0.4 


201.3 


651.6 


274 


21 2 


11.5 


256 


232 


20.2 


592 


65.7 


3.4 


15 1 


21.7 


52.1 


A 


34.2 


13.5 


2467 


816.3 


31.7 


262 


144 


395 


289 


24.5 


71 6 


836 


29 


167 


269 


636 


M 


21.3 


71.8 


3129 


785.7 


308 


23.2 


11.7 


342 


258 


249 


605 


73.3 


15.8 


25.3 


289 


62.8 


J 


17.7 


100.2 


264.9 


7466 


266 


21.4 


12.6 


32.2 


24 1 


259 


660 


72.2 


50 


233 


33.1 


632 


J 


21.6 


47.8 


318.3 


661.4 


23.2 


15.3 


98 


290 


205 


208 


489 


625 


10.2 


223 


31.0 


57.5 


A 


38.6 


60.9 


305.1 


6925 


25.9 


20.0 


10.8 


288 


238 


23.1 


486 


65.1 


17.0 


16.7 


34.5 


633 


S 


20.9 


43.7 


2422 


731.1 


253 


17.8 


11.5 


30.0 


24.7 


232 


525 


69 1 


25.0 


18.2 


36.2 


589 





20.7 


97.0 


262.9 


8720 


29.4 


18.6 


14.1 


34.5 


28.1 


273 


60.0 


79.1 


19.9 


252 


37.6 


63.7 


N 


24.1 


107.5 


361.0 


8892 


27.5 


220 


13.4 


372 


297 


29.1 


60 7 


79.0 


12.1 


22.4 


45.7 


81 3 


D 


17.2 


74.3 


272.8 


762.6 


24.0 


20.8 


12.6 


37.8 


25.6 


26.5 


570 


73.0 


14.3 


17.8 


33.4 


668 


1979 J 


30.2 


47.0 


2676 


8823 


285 


25.3 


15.6 


48.8 


30.4 


26.1 


640 


834 


10.1 


19.3 


37.9 


65.7 


F 


15.5 


0.9 


3123 


741.3 


249 


253 


12.2 


368 


27.4 


21.9 


688 


72.3 


1.7 


12.2 


300 


55.8 


M 


6.6 


1.0 


412.1 


1,029.8 


33.8 


359 


127 


45 .1 


31.3 


295 


81.1 


978 


11.8 


14.8 


37.4 


81 


A 


16.9 


53.8 


311.9 


9083 


28.4 


300 


11.1 


44.0 


268 


276 


72.7 


843 


3.7 


19.4 


33.3 


749 


M 


35.7 


107.9 


3282 


1,069.1 


32.1 


38.2 


15.1 


54.6 


34.7 


31.1 


73.2 


91.7 


9.9 


23 1 


564 


93.1 


J 


22.6 


87.9 


226.8 


941 8 


30.6 


349 


11.9 


38.7 


322 


34.3 


59.1 


873 


18.8 


233 


58 1 


887 


J 


11.9 


97.7 


370.1 


9663 


275 


26.1 


13.9 


371 


29.7 


30.1 


71.6 


78.5 


16.0 


17.7 


650 


849 


A 


290 


132.2 


510.6 


1,171.7 


36.3 


33.4 


17.3 


465 


34.6 


350 


78.3 


886 


44.5 


288 


76.6 


110.9 


S 


18.1 


849 


373.5 


889.4 


28.1 


25.6 


12.8 


35.1 


285 


250 


66.1 


676 


10.8 


189 


55.5 


849 





16.0 


104.1 


3947 


1,377.3 


344 


280 


15.4 


43.3 


332 


35 1 


845 


89 1 


360 


31.0 


692 


106.1 


N 


25.7 


93.0 


486.8 


1,255.4 


32.0 


26.8 


13.1 


41.9 


28.7 


34.6 


93.6 


80.1 


22.2 


26.5 


75.1 


985 



Note: See footnotes at end of Table 



110 



January 1980 Section 11 -Table 4/Concluded 

Table 4: Merchandise imports, by commodity, based on the standard commodity classification! (million dollars)/concluded 





















End products, 


inedible 




























Machinery 




















Fabricated 
materials, 


























Transp 




















Mecha- 








i. and 






inedible 


















nical 








communications 








































Non- 


Metal 
tab 










Drilling 
and 


Machine 
tools 


Other 




trans- 
mission 






Tractor 
engines 










Motor 


Year 




ferrous 


basic 






General 


Mats 


exca- 


metal 


metal 


Textile 


equip- 






and 




vehic 


and 




metals 


prod. 


Total 


Total 


purp. 


handling 


vating 


working 


working 


md 


ment 


Farm 


Tractors 


parts 


Total 


& parts 


month 


i 


(58-62) 


(63) 


(64) 


(65) 


66)5 


(67) 


(68)5 


(69) 


(70) 


(71) 


(72)5 


(73) 


(74) 


(75) 


(76) 


(78-80) 




D 


3759 


3760 


3761 


3762 


3763 


3764 


3765 


3766 


3767 


3768 


3769 


3770 


3771 


3772 


3773 


3774 


1977 




530 4 


735.2 


26,296.8 


4,829.4 


865 1 


339.9 


790.6 


169.4 


222.4 


90.8 


225.8 


531.3 


549.2 


254.5 


13,927.2 


11,575.5 


1978 




801 9 


9030 


31,083.1 


5,787.3 


1,0686 


4020 


9472 


218.5 


257.8 


120.1 


3024 


5993 


618.8 


2898 


16,255.9 


13,255.8 


1977 


D 


57.9 


58.5 


2,134.2 


378.0 


81.2 


257 


60.9 


12.5 


18.3 


7.3 


180 


33.7 


42.4 


200 


1,134.7 


936.4 


1978 


J 


38.0 


54.2 


1,964.6 


348.2 


668 


26.2 


52 1 


16.3 


15.6 


7.5 


18.2 


30.3 


35.0 


17.7 


1,038.9 


864.5 




F 


57.6 


70.6 


2,4555 


4520 


76.0 


31.8 


80 7 


18.7 


18.4 


94 


25.4 


47.1 


42.1 


25.0 


1,317.9 


1,089.8 




M 


51.6 


67.9 


2,3490 


4260 


825 


29.5 


653 


12.4 


21.4 


10.3 


225 


46.4 


45.0 


21.1 


1,260.4 


1,037.4 




A 


64.8 


86.2 


3,0883 


580.7 


103.9 


36.4 


93.7 


17.7 


23.2 


10.6 


29.3 


688 


72.2 


269 


1,650.1 


1,364.9 




M 


54.6 


78.0 


2,721.2 


549.1 


903 


39.4 


935 


22.3 


23.9 


10.3 


266 


72.8 


63.2 


23.4 


1,420.1 


1,176.6 




J 


462 


78.5 


2,7930 


537.2 


983 


38.3 


88.9 


18.1 


228 


96 


27.4 


54.0 


64.4 


25.4 


1,469.4 


1,226.5 




J 


53.2 


74.6 


2,3406 


478.0 


906 


37.7 


74.3 


18.1 


21.1 


9.8 


21.6 


47.7 


57.1 


20.8 


1,147.1 


930.6 




A 


43.2 


74.6 


2,196.2 


4499 


71.8 


32.9 


73.0 


17.9 


21.2 


9.9 


23.2 


53.1 


41.7 


266 


982.5 


758.5 




S 


57.5 


75.4 


2,517.2 


445.7 


87.1 


30.3 


72.4 


14.8 


19.7 


7.8 


25.1 


46.5 


42.2 


246 


1,309.7 


1,068.2 




O 


123 2 


86.7 


2,982.6 


508.5 


101.0 


35.1 


898 


18.8 


23.1 


11.1 


289 


383 


51.0 


25.3 


1,584.9 


1,291.7 




N 


119.3 


843 


2,986.1 


535.3 


102.1 


34.5 


93.2 


20.5 


21.9 


12.7 


29.1 


498 


60 5 


29.3 


1,646.5 


1,317.6 




D 


92.6 


71.8 


2,6890 


476.7 


98.2 


30.1 


70.4 


22.8 


25.5 


11.1 


25.1 


44.5 


44.5 


23.7 


1,428.5 


1,129.6 


1979 


J 


123.4 


888 


2,979.0 


575.2 


980 


34.8 


96.9 


276 


27.8 


15.3 


33.6 


57.3 


53.5 


28.3 


1,518.1 


1,208.1 




F 


66.1 


830 


2,954.9 


519.7 


97.1 


33.3 


90.1 


187 


23.1 


12.0 


28.5 


57.7 


51.4 


26.1 


1,662.3 


1,346.2 




M 


135.3 


97.7 


3,524.2 


714.1 


131.3 


46.7 


112.3 


289 


268 


14.7 


40.8 


72.4 


92.3 


37.5 


1,811.3 


1,381.2 




A 


112.5 


83.8 


3,110.3 


6466 


120.7 


36.4 


103.6 


22.3 


25.0 


12.0 


296 


77.0 


91.8 


29.7 


1,637.1 


1,335.3 




M 


124 9 


984 


3,514.0 


748.0 


133.1 


47.1 


134.7 


282 


35.1 


13.0 


35.9 


87.5 


866 


36.2 


1,840.6 


1,442.6 




J 


90.0 


87.7 


3,246.1 


676.0 


1078 


45.9 


110.1 


27.2 


33.0 


13.7 


369 


79.9 


73.9 


36.0 


1,709.7 


1,364.4 




J 


156 8 


82.5 


2,935.7 


635.4 


93.8 


477 


1086 


27.8 


29.7 


14.4 


308 


74.5 


666 


34.4 


1,394 1 


1,016.2 




A 


155.7 


102.2 


3,097.6 


810.2 


118.9 


55.2 


140.1 


37.9 


35.3 


17.4 


45.7 


940 


89.1 


45.4 


1,204.0 


819.4 




S 


119.5 


79.1 


2,852.4 


5897 


100.3 


41.1 


103.7 


24.0 


23.2 


11.6 


31.0 


642 


73.5 


31.8 


1,443.3 


1,124.7 







4109 


983 


3,4879 


687.3 


104.0 


498 


121.4 


32.6 


298 


137 


38.4 


61.9 


802 


36.3 


1,804.5 


1,422.6 




N 


3423 


920 


3,175.3 


640.3 


101.6 


47.5 


1045 


31.2 


289 


14.2 


43.4 


60.6 


69.7 


27.8 


1,643.5 


1,218.9 



End products, inedible 



Other equipment and tools 





TransD. and communications eauiDment 












Pers 




Miscellaneous 


end products 
















Air 








h'hold 


goods 












Road 


Motor 


Motor 


Aircraft 


Com- 




Cond 


light 


control 








Books 


Other 




Year 


motor 


vehic. 


vehic 


and 


munic. 




and 


and 


and 


Office 


Apparel & 




and 


printed 


Photo. 


and 


vehic 


engines 


parts 


parts 


& related 


Total 


refrig 


distnb 


scient 


machines 


Total 


access 


Total 


pamph 


mat 


goods 


month 


(78) 


(79) 


(80) 


(81-82) 


(83) 


(84) 


(85) 


(86) 


(87) 


(88) 


(89) 


(90) 


(91) 


(92) 


(93) 


(94) 


D 


3775 


3776 


3777 


3778 


3779 


3780 


3781 


3782 


3783 


3784 


3785 


3786 


3787 


3788 


3789 


3790 


1977 


4,714.9 


1,236.5 


5,624.0 


439.1 


1,251.9 


3,402.7 


202.2 


589.5 


610.7 


797.6 


1,948.9 


902.5 


2,188.6 


247 5 


309.2 


487.8 


1978 


5,409.3 


1,516.1 


6,330.5 


777.6 


1,512.9 


4,248.1 


2372 


744.7 


753.4 


1,074.6 


2,191.8 


9894 


2.6000 


284 5 


3806 


6183 


1977 D 


3823 


104.8 


449.4 


430 


110.0 


284.8 


13.2 


49.9 


51.9 


69.0 


154.0 


70.4 


182.7 


18.7 


26.2 


45.3 


1978 J 


314.4 


101.4 


448.7 


32.3 


93.3 


271.3 


129 


47.3 


50.7 


677 


149.1 


77.2 


157.1 


17.7 


25.9 


33.2 


F 


421.0 


124.0 


544.7 


53.2 


112.7 


319.5 


17.0 


57.4 


57.6 


75.1 


167.8 


80.8 


198.2 


21.9 


30.1 


42.6 


M 


453.6 


111.9 


471.9 


60.9 


101.8 


321.5 


17.3 


54.0 


63.5 


74.0 


154.0 


69.2 


187.0 


19.9 


31.1 


41.9 


A 


5502 


155.4 


6593 


81.4 


133.4 


423.0 


25.1 


76.8 


77.5 


100.1 


199.4 


86.1 


235.0 


25.8 


33.7 


56.5 


M 


524.5 


128 1 


523.9 


57.9 


120 


360.4 


23.9 


668 


606 


79.0 


174.9 


71.6 


2166 


24.0 


31.9 


55.4 


J 


480.2 


143.1 


603.2 


58.2 


125.5 


369.6 


23.7 


70.4 


64.2 


91.3 


194.2 


87.5 


222.6 


26.0 


32.8 


54.8 


J 


3694 


115.6 


445.5 


588 


112.8 


323.7 


18.8 


539 


58.3 


90.1 


200.1 


102.6 


191.6 


23.4 


28.7 


43.2 


A 


3036 


95.5 


359.4 


45.5 


128.4 


3396 


16.6 


58.6 


57.6 


91.3 


206.9 


93.5 


217.3 


25.7 


32.4 


54.7 


S 


397.5 


124.5 


5462 


48.9 


140.1 


353.7 


18.7 


60.2 


662 


93.0 


190 


79.3 


218.1 


25.3 


31.8 


53.8 


O 


5944 


132.7 


564 7 


63.1 


161.7 


418.6 


20.1 


75.1 


70.3 


112.8 


200.3 


80.8 


270.3 


293 


37.2 


67.3 


N 


518.4 


166.6 


632.6 


116.7 


150.1 


385.8 


22.4 


65.8 


64.7 


100.0 


182.0 


80.2 


236.5 


240 


33.9 


54.5 


D 


4820 


117.2 


530.3 


100.7 


133.0 


361.3 


20.6 


58.2 


62.2 


100.2 


173.0 


806 


2496 


21 2 


31 2 


60.3 


1979 J 


425.8 


143.8 


638.5 


60.6 


159.4 


426.1 


23.6 


727 


76.5 


112.2 


2040 


109.2 


255.5 


24.8 


38.3 


51.0 



506.5 154.3 685.4 117.8 123.4 378.4 
601.2 145.2 634.8 148.4 1744 482 6 



578.1 
6944 



133 8 623.4 
1399 6083 



86.8 
159 9 



143.3 400.4 
158.0 441.8 



209 
31.0 
25.5 
33.0 



67.8 
76.2 
68.0 
705 



69.8 
93.6 
79.3 
90.6 



104 1 



179.4 



902 215.1 



124.6 231.0 



109.1 



285.2 



983 



189.5 



86.7 2367 



110.0 214.9 100 268.6 



21.0 
30.9 
23.7 
30.3 



31.0 
42.7 
31.1 
39.2 



46.0 
65.6 
58.8 
57.0 



J 


594.6 


140.3 


629.5 


107.2 


146.3 


400.9 


24.7 


67.8 


80.4 


93.7 


197.7 


88.1 


261.9 


27.2 


35.8 


57.9 


J 


4767 


109.4 


4300 


131.4 


167.2 


3823 


21.9 


58.1 


78.2 


111.1 


237.7 


122 


286.2 


31.1 


36.9 


54.2 


A 


319.6 


90.3 


409.5 


902 


2057 


4536 


23.2 


63.0 


91.2 


123.7 


2967 


144.8 


333.1 


38.4 


46.0 


70.9 


S 


514.1 


123.8 


4868 


846 


161.2 


3674 


18.7 


59.7 


67.4 


97.0 


200.3 


88.5 


251.8 


30.5 


38.1 


52.4 


O 


691 3 


150.5 


580.8 


97.3 


1975 


474.1 


24.5 


73.8 


85.6 


129.7 


220 1 


87.5 


301 9 


36.6 


45.8 


67.7 


N 


5729 


113.7 


5323 


172.3 


182 6 


423.5 


21.8 


64.7 


81.2 


117.1 


189 3 


76.3 


278.7 


33.8 


41.1 


62.3 



'Column numbers refer to Tables 3 and 4, Section 11 2jhe annual index, being calculated separately, will differ slightly from the index obtained by the average of the twelve 
months. 3|ncludes special transaction-trade, not shown separately. ^Includes scrap. 5Some series such as general purpose machinery have been revised to ensure con- 
sistent coverage Other important revisions were: Paper and board (44) now excludes woodpulp, Drilling, excavating and mining (68) now include oil and gas field machinery; 
Mechanical power transmission equipment (72) now exclude special industry machinery. 
Source: Imports by Commodities (65-007), Statistics Canada. 



1 11 



Section 1 2 • Transportation 

114 1. Carloadings of Revenue Freight 

115 2. Operating Statistics of Canadian Railways 

115 3. Operating Statistics of Air Carriers in Canada 

116 4. Operating Statistics of Canadian Pipelines 
116 5. Shipping Traffic 



113 



Section 12-Table 1 

Table 1: Carloadings of revenue freight on Canadian railways' (thousand cars) 



January 1980 















Farm product 


> and food 








Mine products 






Total r a| !** ,av/ 


























revenue 


freight 


Total 




















Coal, 




loadings 


(carload 


revenue 
















Other 




sand, 




and non 


carload) 


cars 




Other 


Fresh 


Other 






Iron 


metal 




cement 


Year 


(000 tons) 


loaded 




gram 


fruits 


agri- 


Animals 


Prepared 


ore and 


ores and 




and other 


and 






(carload 
only) 


Wheat 


and gram 
products 


and vege- 
tables 


culture 
products 


and their 
products 


food 
products 


concen- 
trates 


concen- 
trates 


Potash 


mine 


month 


Unad|. 


S.A. 


products 


D 


5324 


5325 


5300 


5301 


5302 


5303 


5304 


5305 


5306 


5307 


5308 


5309 


5310 


1977 


251,112 




3,855.8 


281.0 


163.5 


10.9 


21.1 


17.9 


54.3 


660.1 


210.5 


100.3 


514.2 


1978 


242,065 




3,736.7 


279.9 


175.5 


8.1 


22.9 


15.3 


47.1 


4790 


166.7 


111.6 


542.1 


1977 D 


17,811 


20,012 


271 7 


15.4 


11.1 


1.3 


14 


1.3 


3.9 


46.4 


14.5 


6.3 


33.7 


1978 J 


18,323 


21,075 


283.1 


13.1 


11.8 


0.8 


1.7 


1.3 


4.0 


43.7 


15.9 


9.2 


35.2 


F 


18,183 


21,082 


284.0 


12.2 


11.6 


1.1 


1.6 


1.2 


4.1 


36.7 


16.2 


9.2 


38.5 


M 


19,160 


19,653 


311.3 


203 


12.3 


1.3 


2.0 


1.4 


4.5 


23.5 


17.3 


11.4 


44.7 


A 


17,572 


18,654 


292 1 


21.1 


13.1 


1.5 


20 


1.4 


4.4 


11.4 


17.2 


90 


44.5 


M 


18,274 


17,142 


2994 


27.7 


146 


0.7 


1.8 


1.1 


4.1 


12.3 


18.1 


9.6 


45.6 


J 


19,241 


18,018 


310.1 


32.0 


15.4 


03 


1.7 


0.9 


44 


18.3 


18.5 


10.2 


47.0 


J 


19,785 


19,554 


300.6 


32.1 


14.8 


0.1 


14 


06 


3.5 


383 


12.0 


7.6 


45.7 


A 


23,425 


21,627 


339.4 


31.2 


16.1 


- 


1.3 


0.8 


36 


64.4 


10.6 


9.3 


52.4 


S 


22,863 


21,412 


337.5 


24.7 


18.7 


0.1 


1.7 


1.1 


3.8 


626 


12 


8.3 


49.4 





23,143 


20,782 


345 5 


204 


18.1 


0.5 


3.2 


2.0 


3.7 


658 


11.2 


8.6 


46.7 


N 


22,723 


21,616 


342.5 


24.3 


16.1 


0.9 


27 


24 


39 


57.3 


9.8 


9.5 


52.5 


D 


19,373 


22,153 


291.2 


208 


12.9 


0.8 


1.8 


1.1 


3.1 


44.7 


79 


9.7 


39.9 


1979 J 


18,754 


21,289 


2897 


179 


13.1 


1.1 


2.0 


1.2 


3.7 


40.1 


8.4 


9.3 


36.3 


F 


16,996 


19,677 


2668 


15.1 


11.7 


0.8 


1.8 


1.0 


35 


36 1 


7.6 


7.1 


33.0 


M 


21,141 


21,938 


3259 


17.0 


13.8 


1.2 


2.3 


1.2 


3.8 


48.1 


9.5 


10.6 


41.4 


A 


20,385 


21,281 


3089 


11.8 


12.8 


1.2 


2.1 


1.0 


3.8 


495 


9.4 


11.1 


43.9 


M 


24,028 


22,556 


3554 


209 


17.5 


05 


2.0 


0.9 


3.8 


67.2 


10.8 


11.3 


49.9 


J 


23,427 


22,497 


3453 


20.7 


20.4 


0.1 


2 1 


1.0 


4.1 


67.1 


8.1 


10.6 


48 1 


J 


23,041 


22,265 


328.6 


220 


18.5 


- 


2 1 


0.9 


39 


680 


9.7 


10.0 


489 


A 


23,874 


22,132 


342.4 


260 


19.1 


- 


1.7 


09 


4.0 


695 


11.9 


10.0 


50.3 


S 


23,811 


22,511 


3433 


259 


18.4 


- 


1.8 


10 


4.0 


69.5 


13.4 


10.3 


49.7 





25,110 


22,269 


365.8 


224 


248 


02 


29 


19 


4.4 


64.3 


16.2 


9.6 


51.6 


N 


22,600 


21,489 


335.7 


21.3 


224 


0.7 


4.2 


25 


3.8 


480 


14.8 


10.2 


46.4 










Iron 




Manufactures anc 


miscellaneous 




Non 
carloads 








Other 


Motor 








Other 






Forest products 




and steel, 


mefals. 


vehicles 








manu- 


(small 














primary 


primary 


and parts 








factures 


package 


Receipts 


Piggyback 


Year 


Lumber 




Other 


and 


and 


(incl. 


Refined 






and 


freight) 


from 


traffic 


and 


and 




forest 


manu- 


manu- 


agri- 


petroleum 


Chemicals 


Paper and 


miscel- 


(000 


US con- 


(incl in 


month 


plywood 


Pulpwood 


products 


factured 


factured 


cultural) 


products 


and acids 


paperboard 


laneous 


tons) 


nections 


loadings) 


D 


5311 


5312 


5313 


5314 


5315 


5316 


5317 


5318 


5319 


5320 


5321 


5322 


5323 


1977 


211.4 


205.6 


60.9 


56.1 


27.9 


143.9 


180.6 


78.8 


120.8 


736.1 


1,124 


497.5 


378.6 


1978 


2246 


2295 


64.7 


63.5 


290 


138 6 


1664 


79.4 


1373 


7553 


995 


491.7 


381.1 


1977 D 


15.0 


14.7 


3.7 


4.1 


19 


10.0 


15.6 


60 


97 


557 


81 


33.8 


30.7 


1978 J 


18.0 


17.1 


5.9 


50 


20 


10.0 


16.9 


59 


11.1 


54.5 


80 


31.3 


28.6 


F 


15.6 


18.5 


60 


5.3 


25 


11.3 


15.1 


60 


10 7 


606 


88 


368 


302 


M 


18 8 


200 


6.3 


6.1 


32 


14.2 


147 


7.4 


12.6 


693 


95 


47.7 


342 


A 


21.3 


20.2 


5.5 


5.1 


2.8 


142 


11.8 


70 


119 


667 


82 


457 


33.2 


M 


20.3 


19.3 


5.2 


5.6 


30 


13.5 


12.3 


78 


12.2 


646 


80 


46.1 


31 2 


J 


19 9 


19.1 


60 


58 


27 


13.9 


12.7 


6.3 


11.5 


63.5 


87 


43.4 


32.8 


J 


19.5 


17.3 


5.0 


5.4 


2.0 


8.5 


12.5 


56 


10.7 


580 


76 


352 


30.1 


A 


192 


20.3 


4.1 


43 


20 


7.5 


13.5 


67 


11.8 


60.3 


86 


38.7 


31 .5 


S 


18.2 


19.3 


5.5 


4.3 


2.2 


10.6 


130 


6.5 


11.4 


64.1 


86 


38.5 


328 





19.6 


21.2 


4.9 


5.6 


22 


12.3 


14.3 


6.7 


11.5 


670 


82 


459 


33.5 


N 


18.4 


19.1 


56 


5.5 


2.4 


12.1 


14.7 


6.9 


11.2 


670 


79 


42.4 


33.4 


D 


15.8 


18.1 


4.7 


5.5 


20 


10.5 


149 


66 


10.7 


59.7 


72 


400 


29.6 


1979 J 


17.4 


190 


6.1 


5.7 


20 


11.4 


158 


68 


11.5 


60.9 


71 


356 


29.6 


F 


13.8 


18.9 


5.0 


5.7 


20 


107 


13.7 


65 


10.8 


620 


68 


35.7 


29 1 


M 


17.9 


228 


5.1 


6.9 


2.6 


14.1 


14.4 


76 


12 5 


73 1 


78 


46.3 


34.8 


A 


19.4 


207 


49 


56 


20 


11.9 


126 


72 


12.0 


662 


62 


43.3 


308 


M 


19.5 


20.7 


5.6 


67 


2.1 


13.8 


13.4 


7.6 


12.2 


69.0 


63 


46 1 


32.1 


J 


19.4 


19.7 


53 


66 


2.0 


13.6 


127 


66 


11.7 


654 


62 


44.1 


31.2 


J 


17.5 


168 


40 


5.9 


1.8 


10.3 


123 


6.5 


116 


57.4 


57 


386 


275 


A 


17.2 


18.9 


4.5 


5.7 


19 


76 


13.7 


65 


12.0 


61 


68 


37.3 


29.3 


S 


16.3 


18.2 


49 


60 


20 


10.5 


12.5 


70 


10.5 


61.4 


62 


393 


286 


O 


17 


21 7 


52 


66 


23 


12.1 


144 


83 


12.5 


674 


64 


422 


31 7 


N 


15.3 


20 1 


5.5 


69 


2.6 


11.1 


146 


8 1 


12.0 


65.2 


63 


37.3 


30.9 



ilway 



uiii'jj ic^lihcu uy c* inajui linos Lonyiny nil 

lings (52-001), monthly, Statistics Canada. 



114 



January 1980 

Table 2: Operating statistics of Canadian railways) 



Section 12-Tables 2 and 3 





Railway 


operating revenues 




Railway 


Railway 




Revenue 










operating 
expenses 


operating 
income 




passenger- 
miles 


Year 


Total 


Freight 


Passenger 


ton-miles 


and 
















month 






Million dollars 






Millions 




D 


4013 


4014 


4015 


4016 


4017 


4019 


4021 


1977 


3,389.4 


2,819.7 


86.7 


3,185.9 


203.5 


137,606 


1,654 


1978 


3,708.4 


3,119 5 


100 9 


3,499.9 


209 .1 


141,755 


1,703 


1977 A 


2857 


2360 


11.2 


2599 


25.8 


11,850 


220 


S 


285 1 


237.4 


6.9 


2733 


11.8 


11,884 


127 





289 1 


244 4 


5.9 


2687 


204 


12,527 


112 


N 


2927 


247.2 


64 


2706 


22.1 


11,287 


113 


D 


2853 


214.2 


8.2 


2740 


11.3 


9,699 


155 


1978 J 


2728 


2246 


7.4 


275.4 


-2.0 


10,017 


132 


F 


2799 


232.7 


5.7 


2664 


13.5 


10,432 


101 


M 


3286 


2726 


7.4 


2955 


33.1 


11,692 


134 


A 


301.9 


254.0 


60 


2798 


220 


1 1 ,488 


107 


M 


319.8 


268.8 


7.6 


2977 


22.1 


11,576 


138 


J 


3142 


263.5 


6.9 


288.8 


25.4 


11,918 


128 


J 


2884 


236.1 


11.8 


2754 


13.0 


11,611 


228 


A 


312.5 


260 7 


12.7 


2942 


18.3 


12,768 


251 


S 


317.1 


263 .1 


80 


2956 


21.6 


12,502 


156 





336.6 


282.5 


67 


300.3 


36.3 


13,286 


125 


N 


3392 


2868 


67 


3140 


25.2 


12,751 


83 


D 


2974 


274.1 


140 


3169 


-19.5 


11,714 


120 


1979 J 


331.7 


2645 


16.4 


320.4 


10.1 


11,058 


148 


F 


318.6 


2549 


13.5 


3066 


12.0 


10,305 


124 


M 


377.8 


310.0 


14.4 


338.1 


39.6 


12,742 


154 


A 


3837 


2950 


30.3 


344 7 


389 


11,967 


127 


M 


404.4 


319 


32.6 


3690 


35.4 


13,637 


128 


J 


391.0 


3073 


34.7 


3645 


264 


13,485 


150 


J 


3856 


2996 


37.1 


351.8 


33.9 


13,507 


194 



IData tor 1970 through 1972 reter to 24 class 1 and 2 carriers whose gross annual revenues totalled $500,000 or more Commencing January 1973, only 6 maior railways (ac- 
counting for 95 per cent or more ol the total operating revenues) are shown 
Source: Railway Operating Statistics (52-003), Statistics Canada. 



Table 3: Operating statistics of air carriers in Canada 











Canadian 


carriers' 
















Unit toll 


revenues 




Revenue 


Revenue 




Operating 


Operating 


Operating 






Revenue cargo 
ton-miles2 


passengers 
carried 


passenger- 
miles 


Year 
and 


revenues 


expenses 


income 


Cargo2 


Passengers 


month 






Million dollars 






Millions 


Thousands 


Millions 


D 


7500 


7501 


7502 


7506 


7505 


7508 


7514 


7511 


1977 


1,912.3 


1,787.6 


124.8 


155.9 


1,497.7 


435.2 


18,881.6 


19,808.9 


1978 


2,165.7 


2,019.6 


1462 


186 2 


1,682 1 


4599 


20,063.1 


21,299.8 


1977 A 


186 4 


153.4 


33.0 


11.6 


1494 


32.8 


1,702.1 


2,115.5 


S 


170.7 


153.2 


17.5 


13.9 


137.0 


36.4 


1,630.8 


1,723.0 


O 


154.8 


147.5 


73 


14.3 


121.6 


392 


1,518.4 


1,420.0 


N 


133 3 


139.7 


-64 


15.0 


100 4 


42.8 


1,329.5 


1,110.4 


D 


155.5 


170.2 


-14.7 


15.4 


114.2 


40.7 


1,503 9 


1,485.2 


1978 J 


156.6 


151.5 


5.1 


11.8 


119 7 


31.6 


1,528.0 


1,628.0 


F 


147.3 


147.4 


-0 1 


13.2 


108 2 


35.3 


1,477.5 


1,488.5 


M 


183.9 


163.6 


203 


16.1 


138.8 


40.2 


1,824.4 


1,917.2 


A 


171.1 


158 9 


12.2 


15.4 


1329 


40.7 


1,611.7 


1,649.1 


M 


178.6 


162.4 


16.2 


16.3 


141.2 


403 


1,666.0 


1,658.7 


J 


204 6 


190.5 


14.1 


16.1 


162.4 


39.1 


1,793.0 


2,018 4 


J 


232.0 


181 


51.0 


15.2 


186.0 


389 


1,974.1 


2,531.3 


A 


2093 


171.0 


383 


13.3 


1678 


328 


1,877.5 


2,265.2 


S 


182.2 


169.8 


12.5 


15.3 


141.1 


36.5 


1,610.4 


1,760 7 


O 


170.6 


175.0 


-44 


17.5 


134.6 


43.0 


1,598.6 


1,513.1 


N 


151.4 


166.4 


-15.0 


18.0 


113.7 


41.4 


1,442.7 


1,231 2 


D 


178.1 


182.1 


-4.0 


18.0 


135.7 


40 1 


1,659.2 


1,638 4 


1979 J 


174.8 


177.8 


-30 


15.5 


133 9 


374 


1,634 3 


1,720.0 


F 


162.8 


172.1 


-9.3 


16.3 


122 6 


383 


1,574.0 


1,541.6 


M 


206.0 


189.5 


16.5 


19.6 


156 9 


45.6 


1,953.9 


2,001 8 


A 


201.0 


190 


11.0 


18.0 


1592 


428 


1,952 4 


2,011.6 


M 


196 5 


195.4 


1.1 


18.8 


158 5 


443 


1,864.8 


1,870.6 


J 


239 1 


198 3 


40.8 


197 


1959 


43.3 


1,994 7 


2,256.5 


J 


2707 


220.4 


50.3 


18.9 


221 2 


404 


2,182 4 


2,677 1 



'Beginning with 1970. Iigures include the operations of the seven largest airlines in Canada These transcontinental (Air Canada and CP Air) and regional airlines (Eastern Pro- 
vincial Airways, Nordair. Pacific Western Airlines, Quebecair and Transair) normally account lor approximately 85 per cent of the total revenues and expenses reported by 
Canadian commercial air carriers 2Cargo includes air freight and express but excludes mail and excess baggage 

Sources: Air Carrier Operations in Canada (51-002), Statistics Canada, Air Carrier Financial Statements (51-206), Statistics Canada, Aviation Statistics Centre Service 
Bulletin (51-004), Statistics Canada. 



1 15 



Section 12-Tables 4 and 5 

Table 4: Operating statistics of Canadian pipelines 



January 1980 









Crude oil 1 








Products 










Natural gas 








Operating 


Net receipts 






Nel receipts 






Operating 


Receipts2.3 








revenues 






M3- 
km 


Tonne 
km 






M3- 
km 


Tonne 
km 


revenues 






M3- 
km 


Tonne 


Year 


M3 


Tonnes 


M3 


Tonnes 


M3-km 


Tonnes 


km 




Million 
dollars 


Million 
dollars 




month 




Millions 






Millions 








Millions 




D 


4071 


4072 


4073 


4074 


4075 


4077 


4078 


4079 


4080 


4081 


4082 


4083 


4084 


4085 


1977 


275.5 


101.70 


85.37 


115175 


96694 


39 41 


29.96 


14642 


11148 


2,302.6 


62388.93 


45.56 93429127 


69278 


1978 


234.3 


9924 


83.34 


111380 


93631 


39.97 


3044 


14574 


11119 


2,783.7 


59451 85 


44.54 88310231 


64479 


1977 O 


_ 


8.01 


6.72 


8833 


7415 


3.14 


2.39 


1111 


845 


178.3 


5149.43 


376 


7827262 


5716 


N 


- 


9.07 


7.61 


10019 


8411 


3.31 


2.51 


1293 


984 


213.8 


5503.82 


402 


7727148 


5641 


D 


73.4 


10.19 


8.55 


10632 


8926 


3.70 


2.82 


1366 


1040 


300.1 


6136.09 


448 


8638842 


6307 


1978 J 


_ 


8.43 


7.08 


9695 


8139 


3.69 


2.81 


1389 


1057 


341.8 


6145 33 


4.47 


8201823 


5987 


F 


_ 


7.80 


6,55 


7929 


6657 


3.37 


2.57 


1316 


1002 


325.1 


5261.90 


3.84 


7630408 


5571 


M 


69.3 


8.43 


7.08 


9421 


7910 


3.36 


256 


1198 


912 


310.4 


5327.96 


389 


7984545 


5830 


A 


- 


7.02 


5.90 


8080 


6783 


2.94 


2.24 


981 


748 


2553 


4892.59 


3.57 


7375381 


5386 


M 


- 


7.45 


6.25 


8938 


7504 


3.15 


2.39 


1135 


864 


190.4 


4539.28 


3.31 


7023980 


5129 


J 


67.0 


9.24 


7.76 


9845 


8265 


3.25 


2.48 


1037 


790 


146 


4086.43 


298 


6720310 


4907 


J 


- 


7.78 


6.53 


8677 


7285 


3.15 


2.39 


1179 


898 


129.3 


4360.90 


4.34 


6680738 


4878 


A 


- 


8.43 


7.08 


8971 


7532 


3.40 


2.59 


1112 


847 


135.0 


4329.12 


3.16 


6802872 


4967 


S 


69.4 


7.72 


648 


9236 


7754 


288 


220 


1086 


847 


158 4 


4246.74 


3.10 


6551857 


4784 





- 


8.72 


7.32 


8818 


7402 


3.11 


2.37 


1332 


1015 


2000 


4722.70 


345 


7110599 


5192 


N 


- 


8.90 


7.48 


10246 


8726 


3.65 


2.78 


1336 


1018 


2567 


5367.55 


3.92 


7573148 


5529 


D 


28.6 


9.32 


7.83 


11524 


9674 


4.02 


3.06 


1473 


1121 


335.3 


6171.36 


4.51 


8654570 


6319 


1979 J 


_ 


877 


740 


10069 


8499 


4.30 


3.28 


907 


691 


405.1 


6310 22 


4.50 


8922253 


6514 


F 


- 


8.70 


7.34 


10204 


8613 


3.73 


284 


1252 


953 


3956 


581456 


4.14 


8209457 


5995 


M 


81.9 


9.41 


7.94 


11768 


9933 


4.09 


3.11 


1694 


1289 


337.2 


566694 


4.04 


8204400 


5990 


A 


- 


8.85 


7.47 


11399 


9622 


3.72 


2.83 


1486 


1132 


2820 


548896 


3.91 


8075289 


5897 


M 


- 


8.76 


7.39 


11341 


9573 


3.64 


2.77 


1465 


1116 


2238 


516858 


368 


7342624 


5361 


J 


82.9 


8.60 


7.26 


10789 


9107 


3.55 


2.70 


1434 


1092 


163 5 


4693.29 


3.34 


6938676 


5066 


J 


- 


9.19 


7.76 


11268 


9511 


3.54 


269 


1514 


1153 


150.8 


476606 


3.40 


7492240 


5471 


A 


- 


8.58 


724 


11231 


9480 


3.77 


2.87 


1489 


1134 


149.5 


4579.75 


326 


7232416 


5281 


S 




















166 8 


464703 


3.31 


7278504 


5314 






'Includes gathering and trunk lines 2Excludes distribution systems 3Received from field and processing plants by transport systems 
Sources: Oil Pipeline Transport (55-001), and Gas Utilities (55-002), Statistics Canada. 

Table 5: Shipping traffic (thousand short tons) 



















International 


seaborne shipping 




Year 






Total 


cargo handled' 














Total 


and 
















Cargo 
loaded 


Cargo 
unloaded 






month 


Halifax 


Saint John 


Quebec 


Montreal 


Toronto 


Vancouver 


All ports 


Total 


shipping 


D 


4101 


4102 


4103 


4104 


4105 


4106 


4107 


4108 


4109 


4110 


4111 


1977 


12,213 


11,251 


15,334 


18,529 


2,982 


32,767 


325,477 


132,023 


64,906 


196,929 


128,548 


1978 


12,143 


13,824 


15,081 


17,899 


2,824 


43,929 


330,307 


128,443 


68,115 


196,558 


133,749 


1977 J 


1,046 


977 


320 


412 


_ 


3,100 


12,786 


6,801 


2,527 


9,328 


3,458 


F 


959 


734 


487 


444 


- 


2,773 


9,408 


4,624 


2,089 


6.713 


2.695 


M 


1,071 


1,845 


474 


586 


- 


3,086 


12,773 


5,404 


3,004 


8,408 


4,365 


A 


910 


1,176 


854 


1,028 


594 


3,325 


25,418 


9,129 


5,680 


14,809 


10,609 


M 


1,156 


1,136 


1,731 


1,746 


850 


3,585 


35,082 


13,863 


7,447 


21,310 


13,772 


J 


862 


1,258 


1,940 


2,079 


773 


3,598 


33,891 


1 4,004 


7,185 


21,189 


12,702 


J 


1,181 


715 


1,916 


2,205 


756 


3,024 


34,226 


12,498 


7,530 


20,028 


14.198 


A 


814 


608 


1,630 


2,230 


696 


3,100 


33,681 


13,655 


6,137 


19,792 


13,889 


S 


964 


718 


1,225 


1,517 


490 


2,918 


30,062 


12,369 


5,415 


1 7,784 


12,278 


O 


1,166 


935 


1,260 


1,914 


481 


3,642 


34,270 


13,480 


6,563 


20,043 


14,227 


N 


774 


515 


1,545 


2,286 


530 


3,533 


33,018 


12,543 


6,119 


18,662 


14,356 


D 


1,179 


528 


1,585 


1,707 


341 


3,346 


27,294 


12,034 


4.605 


16,639 


10,655 


1978 J 


694 


738 


540 


573 


_ 


2.837 


1 2,624 


6,001 


1,932 


7,933 


4,691 


F 


769 


816 


265 


437 


- 


2,852 


11,758 


5,263 


2,134 


7,397 


4,361 


M 


1,129 


781 


664 


651 


45 


3,746 


13,494 


6,150 


2,504 


8,654 


4,840 


A 


1,177 


520 


1,186 


950 


183 


4,393 


24,978 


8,788 


4,963 


13,751 


11,227 


M 


893 


661 


1,301 


1,769 


459 


3,761 


29,796 


9,244 


6,524 


15,768 


14,028 


J 


1,223 


530 


1,459 


1,706 


523 


3.631 


30,070 


9.179 


6.369 


15,548 


14,522 


J 


1,281 


420 


1,771 


2,365 


730 


4,034 


34,653 


13,830 


6,636 


20,466 


14,187 


A 


1,156 


490 


1,413 


1,671 


579 


3,422 


33,538 


13,724 


6,069 


19,793 


13,745 


S 


1,107 


797 


1,481 


1,276 


501 


3,369 


34,202 


14,909 


6.307 


21,216 


12,986 


O 


726 


1,111 


1,588 


1,765 


415 


4,549 


35,247 


13,972 


6,453 


20,425 


14,822 


N 


856 


524 


2,004 


1,720 


541 


2,702 


32,507 


13,023 


6,805 


19,828 


12,679 


D 


1,023 


5,700 


1,367 


2,634 


461 


3,676 


34,612 


12,977 


10,742 


23,719 


10,893 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding. Annual data may include revisions not available on a monthly basis 
'Includes cargo loaded and unloaded in foreign and coastwise shipping 
Source: Shipping Statistics (54-002), Statistics Canada. 



116 



Section 1 3 ■ Finance 

118 1. Bank of Canada 

119 2. Canadian Chartered Banks 

120 3. Currency Outside Banks and Chartered Bank Deposits 

121 4. Cheques Cashed in Clearing Centres 

122 5. Life Insurance Sales by Type and Province 

122 6. Benefit Payments of All Life Insurance Companies 

123 7. Security Issues and Retirements 

124 8. Stock Exchange Statistics 

125 9. Federal Government Budgetary Revenues 
125 10. Budgetary Expenditures by Principal Classes 



117 



Section 13-Table 1 

Table 1: Bank of Canada (million dollars) 



January 1980 























Assets 


















Government of Canada direct 


and 


guaranteed 


securities 
















Net 


























Advances 
to 








amount 










Other maturities 










of gov't 
























chartered 
Bankers and 


Foreign 


Invest- 


Cheques 


of Canada 








Over 


Over 








items in 


End ot 


Treasury 


3 years 


3 years 


5 years to 




Over 








accep- 


savings 


currency 


ments 


on other 


process of 


period 


bills 


and under 


to 5 years 


10 years 


10 


/ears 


Total 




Total 


tances 


banks 


assets' 


in IDB2 


banks 


settlement 


B 


202 


204 


205 




206 




207 


203 




201 


208 


210 


212 


213 


214 


215 


1977 


2,418.3 


3,467.6 


1,680.1 


1,229.5 


1,429.6 


7,806.8 


10,225.1 


13.7 


40.5 


1,261.1 


686.9 


744.6 


176.2 


1978 


3,489.4 


3,362.4 


2,213.5 


881.6 


1,976.7 


8,434.2 


11,923.7 


21.6 


- 


1,267.4 


515.7 


903.9 


197.9 


1977 D 


2,418.3 


3,467.6 


1,680.1 


1,229.5 


1,429.6 


7,806 8 


10,225.1 


13.7 


40.5 


1,261.1 


686.9 


744.6 


176.2 


1978 J 


2,062 1 


3,4696 


1,680 2 


1,229.6 


1,417.6 


7,797.1 


9,859.1 


13.4 


_ 


1,251.6 


646.0 


250.2 


181.6 


F 


2,571.1 


3,702.6 


1,452.4 


1,324.7 


1,502.3 


7,982.0 


10,553.1 


66 


60.0 


8358 


646.0 


267.4 


325.6 


M 


2,907.8 


3,654.7 


1,432.5 


1,327.3 


1,500.8 


7,915.2 


10,823.0 


- 


1.5 


486.0 


645.9 


701.7 


490.6 


A 


3,025.0 


3,723.5 


1,508.7 


1,327.6 


1,549.2 


8,108 9 


11,133.9 


— 


15.0 


553.8 


607.5 


781.9 


449.6 


M 


2,187.4 


3,763.7 


1,660 


1,327.8 


1,597.0 


8,348.5 


10,535.9 


4.2 


56.0 


1,219.7 


607.5 


207.6 


190.5 


J 


2,005.3 


4,061.5 


1,330.8 


1,338.1 


1,587 


8,317.4 


10,322.7 


- 


52.0 


1,474.3 


607.4 


944.2 


123.7 


J 


2,877.7 


3,767.9 


1,527.9 


1,338.3 


1,703.8 


8,338.0 


11,215.6 


24.6 


37.5 


810.1 


565.5 


325.7 


274.2 


A 


3,440.3 


3,768.1 


1,584.9 


1,333.7 


1,816.2 


8,502.9 


11,943 2 


— 


10.0 


206 1 


565.5 


236.4 


1488 


S 


3,323.4 


3,768.4 


2,112.9 


8062 


1,826.6 


8,514 1 


11,837.5 


- 


44.0 


191.1 


565.4 


1,204.7 


305.4 


O 


4,283.7 


3,641.3 


2,113.3 


933.6 


1,878.5 


8,566.6 


12,850.3 


— 


- 


1,547.8 


515.7 


231.0 


795.9 


N 


3,187.2 


3,661.9 


2,0936 


9337 


1,878.5 


8,567.7 


11,754.9 


- 


42.0 


856.2 


515.7 


157.7 


263.5 


D 


3,489.4 


3,3624 


2,213.5 


881.6 


1,976.7 


8,4342 


11,923.7 


21.6 


- 


1,267.4 


515.7 


903.9 


197.9 


1979 J 


3,687.8 


3,3760 


2,219 5 


881 7 


1,811.4 


8,2887 


11,976.5 


3.9 


40.0 


757.5 


474.1 


109.0 


350.6 


F 


3,1029 


3,5809 


2,052.5 


9666 


1,720.1 


8,320.2 


11,423.1 


15.7 


820 


1,157.4 


474.1 


391.6 


468.8 


M 


3,934.5 


3,594.3 


2,051.5 


1,100.4 


1,950.0 


8,695.9 


12,630.3 


— 


— 


597.8 


474.1 


655.2 


330.4 


A 


3,954.5 


3,728.5 


1,807.1 


1,012.2 


1,525.1 


8,072.9 


12,027.1 


37.5 


101.5 


1,233.7 


435.8 


214.0 


523.0 


M 


3,837.1 


3,705.2 


1,807.5 


1,012.4 


1,954.8 


8,480.0 


12,317.0 


4.0 


5.2 


976.6 


4357 


237.2 


241.0 


J 


3,458.7 


3,593.4 


2,106.7 


818.2 


2,058.6 


8,576.9 


12,035.6 


- 


24.0 


1,212.7 


435.7 


1,116.6 


232.4 


J 


4,406 9 


4,049.5 


1,905.8 


818.4 


2,232.8 


9,0064 


13,413.3 


17.9 


7.0 


4324 


393.8 


184 9 


233.2 


A 


4,125.0 


4,033.8 


1,975 2 


818.4 


2,5362 


9,3636 


13,488.6 


- 


- 


195.4 


393.8 


866.3 


403.7 


S 


3,624.7 


4,046.6 


1,972.1 


8185 


2,559.6 


9,396.9 


13,021.6 


- 


125.0 


680.1 


393.7 


1,128.2 


691.5 


O 


3,918.8 


4,034.8 


1,945.9 


969.7 


2,6628 


9,613.3 


13,532.1 


- 


- 


455.9 


344.3 


148.5 


333.3 


N 


3,338.9 


3,739.2 


1,419.3 


985.4 


2,670.8 


8,8146 


12,153.5 


" 


159 


1,196.0 


344.3 


1,156.1 


243.1 


























Liabilities 




























Canadian dollar deposits 












Assets 






























All other lia 












Notes in 


circulation 










Foreign 
central 












Accrued 






















Govern- 






Bank of 






interest 








Held 


by 












ment of 


banks & 




Foreign 


Canada 






on 






Total 










Govern- 




Canada 


official 




currency 
liabi- 


cheques 
out- 


All 


End of 


invest- Al 


other 


assets or Chartered 








ment of 


Chartered 


enter- 


insti- 




other 


period 


ments accounts3 


liabilities 


banks 


Others 


' 


rotal Canada 


banks 


prises 


tutions 


Other 


lities 


standing 


accounts^ 


B 


216 


217 


200/250 


252 




253 




251 


254 


255 


256 


257 


258 


259 


260 


261 


1977 


192.0 


76.1 


13,416.4 1,370.9 


7,267.6 


8,638.6 


26.0 


3,704.5 


-4.3 


109.6 


25.8 


99.9 


780.4 


36.1 


1978 


193.5 


81.9 


15,105 6 1,465.0 


8,074.7 


9,5397 


29.2 


4,291.8 


-3.3 


65.9 


29.9 


121.7 


987.4 


43.3 


1977 D 


192.0 


76 1 


13,416.4 1,370.9 


7,267.6 


8,6386 


26.0 


3,7045 


-4.3 


109.6 


25.8 


99.9 


780.4 


36.1 


1978 J 


194.7 


74.0 


12,4706 1,105.7 


6,909 6 


8,015.3 


44 


3,840 5 


-2.2 


81 7 


28.2 


23.4 


359.6 


119.6 


F 


178 3 


75.6 


12,948.3 1,064.1 


6,943 6 


8,007 7 


6.9 


3,804.4 


-2.9 


76.6 


21.7 


123.9 


737.6 


172.4 


M 


215.5 


74.7 


13,438.9 


891.7 


7,101.7 


7,993.4 


23.2 


3,843.9 


-5.4 


99.0 


292 


78.2 


1,131.8 


245.5 


A 


163.7 


77.6 


13,783.1 


857.2 


7,196.5 


8,0537 


249 


3,882.2 


-28 


143.6 


29.5 


3334 


1,148.2 


170.5 


M 


218.2 


79.3 


13,118 9 1,146.4 


7,2265 


8,372.9 


9.4 


3,937.6 


-3.1 


97.3 


26.2 


59.5 


461.9 


157.1 


J 


202.2 


77.9 


13,804.4 


9338 


7,637.1 


8,571.0 


258 


4,037.3 


-2.6 


93.2 


36.2 


2639 


672.4 


107.1 


J 


207.0 


80.9 


13,541.3 1,182.1 


7,463.6 


8,645.6 


7.6 


3,983.9 


-2.2 


138.1 


26.8 


66.3 


535.0 


140 1 


A 


189 4 


80.1 


13,379.5 1,071.0 


7,6073 


8,678.3 


14.4 


4,069.4 


0.5 


97.4 


270 


16.6 


324.2 


151.6 


S 


232.3 


830 


14,463.5 


9386 


7,713.4 


8,652.0 3392 


4,063.3 


-4.6 


83.6 


28.5 


103.9 


1,056.7 


140.9 


O 


176.1 


82.6 


16,199.5 1,154.3 


7,646.2 


8,8006 536.4 


4,209.3 


-5.3 


56.8 


27.3 


1,462.4 


958.7 


153.4 


N 


214.1 


84.6 


13,888.8 1,081.8 


7,753.0 


8,834.7 


13.2 


4,310.0 


-5.7 


46.2 


26.5 


922 


396.1 


175.5 


D 


193.5 


81.9 


15,105.6 1,4650 


8,074.7 


9,5397 


29.2 


4,291.8 


-3.3 


65.9 


299 


121.7 


987.4 


43.3 


1979 J 


213.9 


86.0 


14,011.7 1,169.1 


7,561.9 


8,731.0 


5.9 


4,548.0 


-7.0 


55.5 


309 


25.6 


494.6 


127.1 


F 


193.3 


85.4 


14,291.4 1,136.7 


7,574.0 


8,708.7 


12.4 


4,391.9 


-8.1 


59.5 


29.7 


48.2 


843.0 


206.0 


M 


219.3 


848 


14,991.9 


905.3 


7,732.3 


8,637.6 111.2 


4,5693 


-9.0 


95.2 


342 


512.6 


777.1 


263.7 


A 


181.0 


87.4 


14,840.9 1,168.6 


7,6957 


8,864.3 


7.7 


4,738.3 


-8.2 


60.9 


35.7 


67.4 


879.8 


175.0 


M 


211.0 


85.4 


14,513.2 1,145.2 


7,961.2 


9,106.4 


11.9 


4,556.7 


-9.0 


62.4 


305 


929 


419.2 


242 1 


J 


194.7 


86.6 


15,338.3 1,054.9 


8,371 


9,425.9 


18.8 


4,572.2 


-12.0 


78.0 


37.0 


184.9 


828.4 


205.1 


J 


219.9 


86.3 


14,988.6 1,314.3 


8,235.6 


9,549.9 


11.5 


4,672.6 


-5.9 


62.2 


29.1 


18.9 


407.2 


243.0 


A 


202.8 


85.1 


15,635.7 1,043.7 


8,441.3 


9,485.0 


73.6 


4,524.2 


-10.8 


60.9 


299 


112.9 


1,018.7 


341.3 


S 


253.7 


87.2 


16,381.0 1,035.7 


8,362.9 


9,398.5 


26.9 


4,788.7 


-8.8 


85.1 


28.2 


229.0 


1,542.2 


291 2 


O 


232.5 


86.6 


15,133.1 1,297.2 


8,255.1 


9,552.3 


12.7 


4,614.2 


-10.1 


57.7 


289 


96.0 


471.8 


309.7 


N 


215.2 


99.3 


15,566.5 








9,449.0 


20.0 


5,037. 1 


-10.2 


66 3 


27.9 


60.2 


822.2 


94.0 



'Foreign exchange and foreign securities. 2|ndustnal Development Bank capital stock, bonds and debentures 
capital and rest fund which has amounted to $30 million since December 31, 1955. 
Source: Bank of Canada Review. 



3Bank premises and all other assets. includes the total of 



118 



January 1980 

Table 2: Canadian chartered banks (million dollars) 



Section 13-Table 2 





Canadian cash i 


eserves and I 


iquid assets'. 2 










Liabilities 
















Average 


cash 






Canadi 


an dollar deposits 








Total cash reserves 
actual 


Canadian 
dollar 


reserve-ratio (%) 
actually held 




















Provincial 












End ol 






statutory 






Government 


govern- 


Personal 


Other 


Other 


Public 




period 


1-15 


16-31 


deposits 


1-15 


16-31 


of Canada 


ments 


savings 


notice 


banks3 


demand 


Total 


B 


818 


819 


806 


822 


823 


652 


653 


654 


655 


656 


657 


651 


1977 


4,857 


4,865 


85,079 


5.71 


5.72 


4,733 


1,234 


44,948 


20,911 


1,231 


15,613 


88,670 


1978 


5,592 


5,615 


99,012 


5.65 


5.67 


6,466 


1,080 


51,528 


25,939 


1,291 


16,840 


103,144 


1977 D 


4,857 


4,865 


85,079 


5.71 


5.72 


4,733 


1,234 


44,948 


20,91 1 


1,231 


15,613 


88,670 


1978 J 


5,060 


5,030 


86,528 


5.85 


5.81 


5,114 


1,037 


45,700 


20,967 


1,185 


13,772 


87,776 


F 


5,115 


5,138 


87,286 


5.86 


5.89 


5,238 


1,086 


45,914 


21,183 


1,209 


13,855 


88,485 


M 


5,022 


5,039 


86,790 


5.79 


5.81 


4,507 


1,792 


46,538 


22,453 


1,130 


14,152 


90,572 


A 


5,057 


5,067 


88,056 


5.74 


5.75 


4,432 


1,630 


47,339 


23,033 


1,176 


14,292 


91,902 


M 


5,058 


5,068 


89,143 


5.67 


5.69 


4,730 


1,302 


47,415 


23,071 


1,078 


14,158 


91,754 


J 


5,143 


5,138 


90,531 


5.68 


5.68 


4,042 


1,206 


48,106 


23,707 


1,165 


15,847 


94,073 


J 


5,187 


5,191 


91,032 


5.70 


5.70 


4,159 


1,435 


48,723 


23,795 


1,053 


15,407 


94,573 


A 


5,319 


5,343 


92,768 


5.73 


5.76 


4,259 


1,314 


49,350 


24,218 


1,130 


15,143 


95,413 


S 


5,322 


5,315 


93,209 


5.71 


5.70 


4,746 


1,262 


50,033 


24,513 


1,074 


15,559 


97,187 





5,430 


5,497 


95,086 


5.71 


5.78 


4,589 


1,424 


50,913 


25,080 


1,196 


16,167 


99,368 


N 


5,606 


5,564 


96,149 


5.83 


5.79 


6,164 


983 


50,901 


26,236 


1,131 


15,608 


101,024 


D 


5,592 


5,615 


99,012 


5.65 


5.67 


6,466 


1,080 


51,528 


25,939 


1,291 


16,840 


103,144 


1979 J 


5,880 


5,868 


100,373 


5.86 


5.85 


6,282 


925 


53,127 


26,592 


1,163 


14,381 


102,468 


F 


5,820 


5,824 


101,326 


5.74 


5.75 


6,873 


1,363 


53,635 


27,026 


989 


14,439 


104,325 


M 


5,749 


5,773 


101,655 


5.66 


5.68 


6,291 


2,014 


54,560 


27,276 


942 


14,307 


105,391 


A 


5,896 


5,896 


103,640 


5.69 


5.69 


3,444 


2,168 


55,878 


29,435 


1,083 


15,695 


107,702 


M 


5,839 


5,814 


104,292 


5.60 


5.57 


3,921 


1,741 


56,434 


30,009 


1,134 


15,121 


108,361 


J 


5,823 


5,820 


106,349 


5.49 


5.48 


2,794 


1,672 


57,609 


30,952 


1,385 


16,650 


111,062 


J 


5,869 


5,893 


107,563 


546 


548 


3,044 


1,947 


58,828 


31,466 


1,226 


16,023 


112,533 


A 


5,991 


6,011 


109,787 


5.46 


5.47 


2,638 


1,486 


59,892 


31,923 


1,176 


16,129 


113,244 


S 


6,020 


5,996 


111,211 


5.42 


5.40 


2,877 


1,384 


60,934 


32,607 


1,266 


16,539 


1 1 5,607 


O 


6,062 


6,100 


112,144 


5.40 


5.44 


2,605 


1,271 


62,274 


31,848 


1,191 


15,991 


115,178 


N 


6,069 


6,032 


112,694 


5.38 


5.35 




































Assets 














Liabilities 








































Government of Canada 






Accep- 




Deben- 


Accumu- 












direct 


and 






tances, 




tures 


lated 






Bank of 




Treasury 


guaranteed 


bondsS 




Advances 


guarantees 




issued 


appro- 


Share- 


Total 


Canada 


Canadian 


bills 






End of 


from Bank 


and letters 


All other 


and out- 


priations 


holders 


Canadian 


deposits 


day-to-day 


(amortized 


3 years 


Over 


period 


of Canada 


of credit 


liabilities 


standing 


for losses 


equity'' 


liabilities 


and notes 


loans 


value) 


and under 


3 years 


B 


658 


659 


660 


661 


662 


663 


650 


603 


606 


607 


665 


610 


1977 


41 


6,019 


666 


1,308 


1,266 


3,845 


101,813 


5,075 


331 


4,858 


2,088 


2,564 


1978 


- 


8,544 


999 


1,525 


1,446 


4,742 


120,400 


5,757 


337 


5,395 


1,910 


2,448 


1977 N 


_ 


5,866 


521 


1,278 


1,266 


3,843 


99,590 


4,578 


271 


4,576 


1,970 


2,567 


D 


41 


6,019 


666 


1,308 


1,266 


3,845 


101,813 


5,075 


331 


4,858 


2,088 


2,564 


1978 J 


_ 


6,238 


730 


1,308 


1,266 


3,846 


101,164 


4,946 


240 


4,800 


2,078 


2,599 


F 


60 


6,382 


818 


1,382 


1,266 


3,846 


102,238 


4,869 


209 


4,466 


2,186 


2,536 


M 


2 


6,657 


943 


1,414 


1,266 


3,846 


104,700 


4,736 


213 


4,945 


2,136 


2,513 


A 


15 


6,815 


919 


1,438 


1,266 


3,848 


106,203 


4,739 


309 


5,072 


2,067 


2,568 


M 


56 


6,976 


967 


1,437 


1,266 


3,870 


106,327 


5,084 


176 


4,995 


2,042 


2,673 


J 


52 


7,101 


1,173 


1,497 


1,266 


3,963 


109,125 


4,971 


348 


5,540 


2,328 


2,339 


J 


38 


7,346 


1,044 


1,526 


1,266 


3,989 


109,781 


5,166 


110 


4,819 


2,265 


2,496 


A 


10 


7,506 


1,188 


1,526 


1,266 


3,993 


110,901 


5,140 


210 


5,249 


2,219 


2,549 


S 


44 


7,832 


1,319 


1,526 


1,266 


4,047 


113,221 


5,002 


166 


5,301 


2,208 


2,628 


O 


— 


7,760 


590 


1,575 


1,446 


4,734 


115,472 


5,364 


83 


5,016 


1,993 


2,687 


N 


42 


8,218 


848 


1,575 


1,446 


4,737 


117,889 


5,392 


228 


5,811 


1,926 


2,654 


D 


- 


8,544 


999 


1,525 


1,446 


4,742 


120,400 


5,757 


337 


5,395 


1,910 


2,448 


1979 J 


40 


8,647 


692 


1,525 


1,446 


4,747 


119,564 


5,717 


294 


5,488 


1,898 


2,461 


F 


82 


9,021 


1,017 


1,599 


1,446 


4,756 


122,245 


5,529 


10 


6,028 


2,233 


2,149 


M 


— 


9,024 


1,138 


1,670 


1,446 


4,825 


123,494 


5,475 


248 


5,462 


2,154 


2,166 


A 


102 


9,343 


970 


1,745 


1,446 


4,842 


126,150 


5,907 


133 


5,530 


2,267 


1,963 


M 


5 


9,547 


1,061 


1,934 


1,446 


4,850 


127,205 


5,702 


379 


5,845 


2,278 


1,921 


J 


24 


9,980 


1,349 


2,014 


1,446 


4,958 


130,834 


5,627 


391 


5,922 


1,979 


1,949 


J 


7 


10,240 


1,160 


1,985 


1,446 


4,967 


132,338 


5,987 


93 


5,551 


2,156 


1.804 


A 


- 


10,571 


1,423 


2,061 


1,446 


4,970 


133,715 


5,568 


321 


5,987 


2,106 


1,838 


S 


125 


11,172 


1,619 


2,061 


1,446 


4,975 


137,005 


5,824 


368 


6,283 


1,990 


1,816 







11,414 


735 


2,060 


1,573 


5,643 


136,604 


5,888 


127 


6,551 


1,851 


1,695 



Conc'l on page 128 



119 



Section 13-Table 2/Concluded and Table 3 

Table 2: Canadian chartered banks (million dollars)/concluded 



January 1980 

















Assets 


















Loans in Canadian currency* 










Canadian 


securities 


Canadian 






















Other 






dollar 




Total 




Call and 


Provin- 




Canada 






insured 


resi- 


Provin- 




items 


All 


Canadian 


End of 


short 


cial-muni- 


Grain 


Savings 


General 


Tofal 


under 


dential 


cial-muni- 




in transit 


other 


dollar 


period 


loans 


cipal 7 


dealersS 


Bonds9 


loans'" 


loans 


NH A. 


mortgages 


cipal 7 


Corporate 


(net) 


assets 


assets 


B 


612 


(622-623)11 


624 


625 


(626-627)11 


664 


620 


621 


(617-618)11 


619 


628 


(629-630)1 1 


670 


1977 


1,470 


1,793 


599 


547 


55,816 


60,225 


7,059 


4,687 


852 


4,180 


2.411 


8,487 


102,819 


1978 


1,525 


1,828 


918 


689 


62,834 


67,794 


9,005 


6,157 


813 


7,863 


3,127 


11,522 


122,128 


1977 N 


1,252 


1,708 


665 


557 


55,921 


60,103 


6,885 


4,653 


858 


3,915 


2,323 


8,268 


100,967 


D 


1,470 


1,793 


599 


547 


55,816 


60,225 


7,059 


4,687 


852 


4,180 


2,411 


8,487 


102,819 


1978 J 


985 


1,728 


919 


494 


56,125 


60,251 


7,122 


4,731 


867 


4,042 


2,287 


8,496 


102,460 


F 


907 


1,829 


1.087 


440 


56,757 


61,021 


7,198 


4,812 


863 


4,584 


2,506 


8,675 


103,922 


M 


1.034 


1,764 


1,117 


372 


57,714 


61,999 


7,350 


4.824 


848 


4,971 


2,737 


9,015 


106.286 


A 


1.243 


1,730 


1,124 


319 


58,571 


62,986 


7,493 


4,851 


870 


5,216 


2,593 


9,235 


108,001 


M 


1.059 


1,639 


1,094 


258 


59.225 


63,274 


7,630 


4,946 


850 


5,212 


1,916 


9,394 


108,194 


J 


1,389 


1,686 


1,135 


202 


60,168 


64,580 


7,852 


5,110 


839 


5,373 


2,303 


9.628 


111,209 


J 


1,150 


1,675 


1,125 


152 


61,316 


65.416 


8.074 


5,270 


851 


5,303 


2,574 


9,895 


112,241 


A 


1,037 


1,502 


1,141 


99 


61,604 


65,383 


8,252 


5,450 


873 


5,692 


2,148 


10,230 


113,394 


S 


1,002 


1,667 


1,161 


60 


62,097 


65,986 


8,440 


5,611 


855 


6,043 


2,250 


10,725 


115,215 





999 


1,800 


1,112 


17 


62,795 


66,723 


8,616 


5,804 


822 


6,502 


3,192 


10,815 


117,616 


N 


1,190 


1,784 


1,015 


798 


62,087 


66,874 


8,782 


6,047 


843 


7,591 


2,378 


11,236 


119,762 


D 


1,525 


1,828 


918 


689 


62,834 


67,794 


9,005 


6,157 


813 


7,863 


3,127 


11,522 


122,128 


1979 J 


975 


1,848 


1,273 


597 


63,819 


68,513 


9,038 


6.162 


834 


7,873 


2,280 


11,761 


122,320 


F 


1,312 


1,864 


1,393 


514 


64,992 


70,076 


9,134 


6,314 


864 


7,819 


2,215 


12,053 


124,423 


M 


986 


1,817 


1,394 


440 


66,967 


71,604 


9,192 


6,403 


832 


7,905 


2,457 


12,175 


126.071 


A 


1,187 


1,607 


1,395 


372 


68,460 


73,021 


9,264 


6,580 


812 


7,810 


3,801 


12,520 


129,608 


M 


1,193 


1,824 


1,440 


296 


70,391 


75,144 


9,351 


6,676 


786 


8,166 


2,000 


12,941 


131,189 


J 


1,803 


1,729 


1,409 


239 


72,476 


77,657 


9,540 


6,997 


806 


7,972 


2,958 


1 3,404 


135,203 


J 


1,168 


1,851 


1,399 


170 


74,168 


78,756 


9,727 


7,218 


765 


7,868 


2,692 


13,806 


136,420 


A 


1,620 


1,829 


1,324 


108 


74,491 


79,373 


9,903 


7,485 


765 


7,811 


2,261 


14,301 


137,718 


S 


1,649 


2,036 


1,238 


68 


75.689 


80,681 


10,083 


7,410 


773 


7,479 


2,897 


14,982 


140,586 





1.718 


1,994 


1,126 


14 


77,036 


81,887 


10,165 


7,608 


732 


7.179 


2,499 


15,270 


141,455 



'Bank ot Canada deposits are averages of the juridical days in the month shown while Bank of Canada notes and Canadian dollar deposit liabilities are averages of the 4 con- 
secutive Wednesdays ending with the second last Wednesday in the previous month 2Daily averages for period 3Mainly deposits of foreign banks "Capital, rest fund 
and undivided profits as at the latest fiscal year-end ^including issues payable in foreign currency 6£xcluding Canadian day-to-day loans 7 Secunties purchased direct 
from issuer with a term of less than one year at time of issue are classified as loans 8|_oans to grain dealers and exporters 9Loans to finance purchase of Canada 
Savings Bonds at time of issue '"Including loans to instalment finance companies 1 'These series reflect the combination of two CANSIM series 
Source: Bank of Canada Review. 

Table 3: Currency outside banks and chartered bank deposits (million dollars) 





















Currency and 


chartered 




Currency 


outside banks 






Chartered bank deposits 






bank deposits 








Non-personal 








Held by 


End of 




















general 
public3 


period 


Notes 


Coin 


Total 


of Canada 


savings 


and notice 


Demand 


Totall 


Total2 


B 


2002 


2003 


2001 


2005 


2006 


2007 


2008 


2004 


2000 


2009 


1977 D 


7,153 


817 


7,970 


4,747 


44,579 


22,548 


13,539 


85.413 


93,383 


88,636 


1978 D 


7,877 


879 


8,755 


6,722 


50,892 


26,911 


14,596 


99,122 


107,877 


101.155 


1977 D 


7,153 


817 


7,970 


4,747 


44,579 


22,548 


13,539 


85,413 


93,383 


88,636 


1978 J 


6,919 


826 


7,745 


5,122 


45,100 


22,244 


12,827 


85,293 


93,038 


87,916 


F 


6,882 


821 


7,703 


5,021 


45,556 


22,412 


12,588 


85,576 


93,279 


88,259 


M 


6,909 


825 


7,735 


5,152 


45,907 


23.542 


12,384 


86,985 


94,720 


89,567 


A 


6,950 


826 


7,776 


4.684 


46,638 


24,471 


12,587 


88,380 


96,156 


91,472 


M 


7.126 


837 


7,963 


4,538 


47,159 


24,791 


12,810 


89,299 


97,262 


92,724 


J 


7,228 


843 


8,072 


4,352 


47,494 


24,810 


13,386 


90,041 


98,113 


93,761 


J 


7,457 


850 


8,307 


4,431 


48,174 


25,231 


13,661 


91,496 


99,804 


95,372 


A 


7,492 


859 


8,351 


4,401 


48,808 


25,277 


13,833 


92,320 


100,671 


96,269 


S 


7,505 


864 


8,369 


4,771 


49,475 


25,961 


13,989 


94.196 


102,565 


97,794 


O 


7,535 


871 


8,407 


5,453 


50,058 


25,531 


14,177 


95,219 


103,626 


98,173 


N 


7,632 


875 


8,507 


3,808 


51,194 


27,642 


14,403 


97,048 


105,554 


101.746 


D 


7,877 


879 


8,755 


6,722 


50,892 


26,91 1 


14,596 


99,122 


107,877 


101,155 


1979 J 


7.602 


888 


8,490 


6,341 


52,237 


27,596 


13,733 


99,908 


108,398 


102,056 


F 


7.502 


882 


8,384 


6,602 


53,144 


28,015 


13,549 


101,310 


109,694 


103,092 


M 


7,480 


885 


8,365 


7,161 


53,778 


28,809 


13,030 


102,777 


111,142 


103,982 


A 


7,604 


889 


8,493 


4,824 


54,808 


30,365 


13,432 


103,430 


111,922 


107,098 


M 


7,791 


897 


8,688 


4,006 


55,873 


31,381 


13,891 


105,154 


113,842 


109,836 


J 


7,941 


903 


8,844 


3,506 


56,655 


32,130 


14,559 


106,850 


115,694 


112,188 


J 


8,188 


915 


9,103 


3,110 


57,784 


33,199 


14,682 


108,776 


117,879 


114.768 


A 


8,195 


925 


9,120 


2,879 


58,975 


33,454 


15,019 


110,327 


119,448 


116,569 


S 


8,168 


933 


9,102 


2,729 


60,080 


33,604 


14,970 


111,384 


120,485 


117,756 


O 


8,217 


937 


9,154 


2,530 


61,334 


33,056 


14,954 


111,874 


121,028 


118,498 


N 


8,205 


944 


9,148 


1,268 


63,170 


34,802 


14,273 


113.512 


122,661 


121,393 



iLess Canadian dollar float 2|ncludes Government of Canada Deposits. 
Source: Bank of Canada Review. 



3Excludes Government of Canada Deposits 



120 



January 1980 

Table 4: Cheques cashed in clearing centres (million dollars) 



Section 13-Table 4 



By selected cities 



By type of account 



Year 
and 




Atlantic 
prov- 


month 


Canada 


inces 



Ont 



Sask.2 



Van- Personal 

B.C. Montreal Toronto Winnipeg couver Current Savings chequing 



4269 
4289 



4270 
4367 



4275 
4295 



4276 
4296 



4278 
4298 



4280 
4300 



4281 
4301 



4282 
4302 



4283 
4303 



4284 
4304 



4285 
4305 



4286 
4306 



4287 
4307 



4288 
4308 



1977 
1978 



2,718,309 
3,138,385 



60,948 709,854 1,388,568 107,020 
68,280 705,206 1,731,967 110,516 



38,124 205,942 207,853 609,658 1,166,699 105,457 172,006 2,595,928 
40,918 248,111 233,387 583,443 1,506,366 108,789 190,906 2,995,262 



75,386 
87,352 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

MC.D 3 4 4 



46,995 
55,770 



1977 N 


237,225 


5,306.5 


62,207.6 119,654.4 


8,849.0 


3,676.1 


19,695.7 


17,835.8 


53,770 


99,580 


8,695 


14,635 


224,567 


8,214 


4,444 


D 


242,208 


5,453.4 


60,897.9 126,249.7 


8,5606 


3,2433 


19.388.8 


18,414.3 


53,462 


107,472 


8,434 


15,118 


231,770 


6,310 


4,128 


1978 J 


236,715 


5,707.4 


57,847.1 123,028.0 


8,632.5 


3,617.3 


20,277.9 


1 7,604 2 


49,770 


105,712 


8,509 


14,538 


226,527 


6,037 


4,151 


F 


214,041 


4,567.4 


52,281.8 113,032.0 


8,038.2 


2,853.0 


17,051.4 


16,216.8 


44,882 


97,234 


7,931 


13,763 


204,117 


5,851 


4,072 


M 


246,731 


5,347.9 


61,596.4 128,191.8 


9,037.8 


3,304.3 


19,925.7 


19,327.0 


51,618 


110,974 


8,915 


15,858 


236,193 


6,328 


4,210 


A 


238,969 


5,186.4 


61,394.7 124,974.2 


7,934 7 


4,141.4 


18,434.1 


16,903.7 


48,847 


108,335 


7,805 


14,000 


228,739 


6,272 


3,958 


M 


270,708 


5,349.4 


68,576.4 144,398.5 


9,6338 


3,208.2 


19,848.2 


19,693 6 


56,631 


124,894 


9,478 


16.396 


257,814 


7,808 


5,086 


J 


274,190 


5,9654 


60,727.9 156,070.7 


9,2969 


3,157.5 


20,026.0 


18,945.6 


49,786 


136,229 


9,147 


15,719 


262,161 


7,232 


4,797 


J 


250,808 


5,496.2 


57,551.7 136,058.0 


9,001.1 


2,892.5 


19,758.7 


20,0497 


47,763 


1 1 7,570 


8,854 


15,714 


239,979 


6,351 


4,478 


A 


265,587 


5,924.5 


58,8033 145,893 7 


9,498 1 


3,086.2 


21,282 6 


21,098.6 


48,613 


126,534 


9,344 


16,836 


254,177 


6,739 


4,670 


S 


256,636 


5,422.3 


52,959.2 145,800.8 


9,161.8 


3,3709 


21,591.4 


18,330.0 


43,623 


127,598 


9,017 


15,223 


245,291 


6,621 


4,725 


O 


279,527 


5,642.9 


58,673.7 157,728.7 


10,249.7 


3,589.3 


22,177.9 


21,464.7 


47,377 


138,608 


10,085 


17,592 


267,200 


7,333 


4,994 


N 


308,01 1 


6,183.7 


59,262 6 180,824 7 


10,680 1 


3,8323 


24,418 6 


22,8089 


48,495 


157,097 


10,497 


18,478 


289,816 


12,607 


5,588 


D 


296,462 


7,4869 


55,531 175,965.1 


9,351 2 


3,865 1 


23,318.3 


20,944.2 


46,038 


155,581 


9,207 


16,789 


283,248 


8,173 


5,041 


1979 J 


300,555 


6,959.9 


55,127.3 175,956.3 


10,780 8 


3,861.2 


26,673.2 


21,196.5 


45,092 


155,214 


10,636 


16,996 


288,526 


6,876 


5,153 


F 


270,127 


5,150.5 


51,139.7 157,889.7 


8,197.9 


3,057.9 


23,952.9 


20,738.1 


42,417 


139,337 


8,064 


16,824 


259,623 


5,990 


4,513 


M 


304,198 


6,565.7 


61,6401 177,019.9 


9,196 9 


3,823.7 


23,813.8 


22,137.5 


50,303 


157,124 


9,050 


17,416 


293,357 


6,004 


4,836 


A 


309,852 


6,259.5 


59,425.0 186,239.0 


9,800.6 


3,700.2 


23,485.0 


20,9422 


48,508 


166,603 


9,663 


16,693 


299,193 


5,792 


4,867 


M 


325,634 


6,922.2 


65,649.8 191,347 8 


8,777.2 


4,223.3 


26,030.3 


22,683.0 


52,793 


168,570 


8,604 


1 8,644 


312,055 


7,884 


5,694 


J 


330,587 


6,953.0 


61,224.5 192,405.9 


11,046.7 


3,813.4 


27,441.1 


27,702.6 


51,218 


168,804 


10,873 


21,861 


317,217 


7,503 


5,867 


J 


334,000 


7,684.5 


63,800.7 197,666 


10,968 2 


3,730.7 


26,014.6 


24,134.8 


51,637 


176,362 


10,788 


1 9,832 


320,887 


7,415 


5,698 


A 


334,863 


8,587.1 


64,729.3 194,824 4 


9,326.5 


4,069.9 


28,813.4 


24,512.4 


52,791 


1 72,348 


9,142 


19,481 


321,969 


7,344 


5,550 


S 


363,775 


7,149.4 


62,307.3 232,032.3 


10,169 3 


3,554 1 


25,963.2 


22,599.1 


51,809 


211,434 


10,002 


18,121 


351,499 


6,998 


5,277 


O 


381,853 


7,0999 


73,173.1 228,117.5 


11,716.6 


4,872.3 


29,767.7 


27,106.0 


60,887 


203,327 


11,518 


21,075 


367,142 


8,667 


6,044 



1977 N 


230,932 


5,210.8 


59,267 117,773.5 


8,190.6 


19,294 3 


17,213.5 


51,444 


98,990 


8,049 


14,415 


220,519 


6,331 


4,082 


D 


231,635 


5.384.0 


60,132.3 118,599.2 


8,093.0 


17,999.2 


17,493.0 


51,231 


100,236 


7,973 


14,566 


220,805 


6,540 


4,290 


1978 J 


234,862 


5,635.1 


58,015.2 123,802.1 


8,515.6 


19,803.6 


17,878.8 


52,129 


106,227 


8,373 


14,791 


224,124 


6,293 


4,445 


F 


235,056 


5,099.5 


57,551.6 123,870.8 


9,130.4 


18,991.8 


17,912.0 


49,185 


106,143 


8,997 


14,830 


224,104 


6,494 


4,458 


M 


234,966 


4,9703 


59,558.6 120,955.0 


8,918 2 


. 19,010.4 


18,593.5 


50,193 


104,821 


8,859 


15,339 


224,022 


6,662 


4,282 


A 


257,566 


5,6062 


65,050.3 133,472.5 


8,682.4 


18,831.4 


17,567.8 


52,888 


114,843 


8,512 


14,633 


245,987 


7,354 


4,225 


M 


256,574 


4,935.0 


65,657.3 134,946.8 


9,432.3 


19,514.6 


1 9,059.6 


53,998 


117,229 


9,337 


15,641 


245,561 


6,454 


4,559 


J 


258,846 


5,790.4 


56,844.7 148,667.9 


8,611.0 


. 19,758.7 


18,095.1 


46,606 


129,300 


8,418 


14,825 


247,593 


6,777 


4,476 


J 


255,447 


5,651.1 


58,967.1 138,850.9 


9,197.4 


. 20,2004 


19,764.3 


48,741 


120,002 


9,103 


15,458 


244,331 


6,634 


4,482 


A 


266,045 


5,851.7 


57,063.9 150,379.8 


9,8949 


. 20,689.4 


20,769.5 


47,744 


130,917 


9,674 


17,183 


254,427 


7,023 


4,595 


S 


272,500 


5,609.8 


55,880.1 155,727.5 


9,788.0 


. 22,467.8 


18,888.7 


45,857 


136,363 


9,676 


15,682 


260,723 


7,041 


4,736 


O 


281,441 


5,618.8 


59,698.7 157,514.1 


9,4992 


. 23,441.0 


22,835.2 


46,713 


138,347 


9,348 


18,069 


268,597 


7,722 


5,122 


N 


297,682 


6,0987 


56,130.4 176,930.7 


9,895.2 


. 23,847.9 


22,155.7 


45,699 


155,303 


9,704 


18,320 


282,811 


9,751 


5,120 


D 


294,528 


7,629.1 


56,614.5 170,642.0 


9,3453 


. 22,372.2 


20,527.2 


45,771 


150,230 


9,191 


16,797 


280,492 


8,684 


5,352 


1979 J 


288,758 


6,731.9 


53,768.2 170,479.9 


10,044.7 


. 24,606.8 


20,462.8 


44,925 


150,396 


9,924 


16,410 


276,459 


7,046 


5,253 


F 


297,459 


5,729.0 


56,621.7 173,086.5 


9,124 8 


. 26,599.4 


22,788.6 


46,975 


152,516 


8,966 


18,005 


286,010 


6,569 


4,880 


M 


303,993 


6,3624 


61,408.8 174,749.1 


9,346.8 


. 23,5285 


21,528.7 


50,178 


156,155 


9,197 


17,061 


292,483 


6,380 


5,130 


A 


317,975 


6,337.4 


59,180 7 193,036 8 


10.551 8 


. 23,933.6 


21,693.2 


48,519 


172,651 


10,402 


17,114 


306,267 


6,491 


5,217 


M 


306,756 


6,678. 1 


62,903.4 177,721.8 


8,3242 


. 25,993.5 


21,855.1 


50,743 


1 56,296 


8,150 


17,681 


294,828 


6,804 


5,124 


J 


323,790 


6,784.5 


61,3285 188,551.1 


10,643 4 


. 27,642.5 


27,888.0 


50,755 


164,618 


10,478 


21,948 


311,181 


7,033 


5,576 


J 


329,133 


7,6008 


63,370.5 194,768.5 


10,896 8 


. 26,653.6 


22,783.0 


51,684 


1 73,836 


10,729 


18,835 


315,989 


7,596 


5,548 


A 


333,987 


8,4700 


63,441.4 196,042.0 


9,705 1 


. 28,519.3 


23,904.7 


52,397 


1 73,720 


9,521 


19,711 


320,784 


7,671 


5,532 


S 


401,748 


7,615.8 


68,381.9 256,615.1 


11,169.0 


. 27,713.7 


24,158.2 


56,015 


233,171 


10,972 


19,673 


388,539 


7,871 


5,338 


O 


371,787 


7,2093 


70,693.1 220,952 5 


10,339.9 


. 29,120.5 


27,736.6 


58,959 


197,562 


10,196 


20,763 


357,050 


8,829 


5,908 



Note; Components may not add to totals because rounding Cheques drawn on the Receiver General or cheques drawn on bank deposit accounts held in the name ot the 

Receiver General are not included in the data 

'This series was designed to cover 50 clearing house centres With the advent of centralized data processing, bank clearing houses have been eliminated The current allocation 

of cheques cashed continues to reflect what had been the previous centres; however, this comparison may not remain valid through time Discussions are underway in an 

attempt to establish boundaries which would be more precisely defined 2seasonally adiusted data for Saskatchewan have been deleted because current data could not be 

satisfactorily adiusted 

Source: Cheques Cashed (61-001), Statistics Canada. 



121 



Section 13-Tables 5 and 6 

Table 5: Life insurance sales) by type and province (million dollars) 



January 1980 



























Total, 


Year 










Individual insurance2 










group and 


























wholesale 


month 


Totals 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


NB. 


Que 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask 


Alia 


B.C. 


Insurance 4 


D 


4309 


4310 


4311 


4312 


4313 


4314 


4315 


4316 


4317 


4318 


4319 


4320 


1977 


24,330.36 


240.87 


72.38 


586.04 


489.05 


7,452.22 


8,708.63 


999.55 


725.60 


2,344.47 


2,711.56 


13,892.7 


1978 


27,185.03 


268.07 


92.10 


629.34 


570.64 


7,984.93 


9,830.93 


1,087.52 


830.55 


2,780.28 


3,110.67 


17,181.9 


1977 N 


2,598.80 


28.61 


8.99 


63.56 


51.35 


782.89 


964.32 


99.74 


77.88 


244.79 


276.67 


1,182.9 


D 


2,313.95 


21.13 


6.40 


54.29 


48 10 


709.55 


813.58 


91.40 


65.74 


219.55 


284.21 


1,409.2 


1978 J 


1,745.22 


20.29 


4.43 


42.34 


34.79 


491.55 


627.02 


68.55 


56.10 


187.70 


212.45 


1,407.8 


F 


1,961.02 


19.74 


7.63 


46.13 


41.01 


598.40 


704.40 


78.85 


61.46 


190.35 


213.05 


2,042.2 


M 


2,313.73 


24.46 


7.58 


55.42 


52.72 


696.79 


821.44 


91.04 


71.60 


235.37 


257.31 


1,377.8 


A 


2,166.33 


20.74 


6.61 


48.39 


46.71 


647.40 


776.16 


85.38 


63.48 


229.26 


242.20 


993.4 


M 


2,341.88 


24.92 


6.88 


59.03 


46.47 


705.28 


824.66 


83.97 


63.72 


242.81 


284.14 


1,223.6 


J 


2,458.19 


26.48 


8.55 


59.60 


55.46 


690.63 


885.59 


106.16 


77.52 


250.60 


297.60 


1,758.3 


J 


2,148.28 


16.89 


6.48 


52.04 


41.51 


609.55 


795.72 


89.59 


70.47 


218.46 


247.57 


957.3 


A 


2,095.59 


17.74 


8.17 


39.18 


44.07 


597.69 


743.81 


80.88 


71.47 


227.95 


264.63 


1,287.6 


S 


2,125.46 


19.50 


7.18 


49.47 


41 44 


678.73 


740.15 


89.51 


61.45 


207.88 


230.15 


1,549.9 


O 


2,453.90 


22.87 


9.82 


53.48 


46.61 


730.31 


953.26 


98.54 


69.00 


227.48 


242.53 


936.3 


N 


2,758.45 


28.99 


9.83 


65.55 


63.85 


810.30 


1,012.20 


116.75 


88.94 


255.60 


306.44 


1,620.2 


D 


2,616.98 


25.45 


894 


58.71 


56.00 


728.30 


946.52 


98.30 


75.34 


306.82 


312.60 


2,027.5 


1979 J 


2,110.75 


17.04 


5.25 


50.50 


41.71 


621.04 


737.23 


87.90 


6654 


235.76 


247.78 


1,522.4 


F 


2,325.73 


21.92 


5.80 


57.91 


47.67 


737.43 


792.07 


82.31 


6606 


243.87 


270.69 


1,354.4 


M 


2,627.74 


24.29 


7.88 


62.84 


52.14 


804.49 


888.45 


93.69 


75.48 


292.85 


325.62 


1,795.5 


A 


2,384.79 


23.89 


7.79 


50.78 


51.70 


732.33 


804.04 


99.97 


68.97 


263.87 


281.45 


1,021.9 


M 


2,755.61 


27.31 


808 


64.61 


55.83 


854.41 


936.48 


110.09 


85.93 


298.50 


314.37 


1,397.6 


J 


2,876.59 


27.23 


7.48 


68.50 


58.04 


862.59 


995.66 


115.38 


84 09 


327.76 


329.86 


1,542.7 


J 


2,655.01 


27.86 


8.18 


66.84 


5378 


801.07 


928.35 


98.27 


7544 


285.60 


309.62 


907.6 


A 


2,501.43 


24.29 


7.56 


5661 


55.04 


789.52 


833.58 


91.92 


65.72 


282.41 


294.78 


1,818.6 


S 


2,459.93 


24.79 


661 


55.79 


55.62 


804.53 


812.18 


96.13 


67.59 


260.54 


276.15 


1,315.3 





3,206.03 


35.24 


10.53 


80.27 


69.24 


1,006.75 


1,060.20 


117.05 


90.71 


368.40 


367.64 


1.299.9 



1 Excluding revivals, increases, dividend additions, reinsurance acquired, credit insurance and pension bonds without insurance Value totals are estimates projected from the 
sales reported by companies operating in Canada representing over 80% of new ordinary and of new group contracts 2Total new settled-for ordinary sales in Canada 
Total sales figure does not include sales for Northwest Territories 4 Under new or amended contracts. 
Source: Monthly Survey of Life Insurance Sales in Canada, Life Insurance Marketing and Research Association, Hartford, Connecticut, U.S.A. 

Table 6: Benefit payments of all life insurance companies (million dollars) 









Under lite 


insurance 






Under 
annuities 


Total 
policyholde 


payments to 
s and beneficia 




Year 


Total 


Death and 

accidental 

death claims 


Disability 

benelits 

(income 

payments) 


Matured 
endowments 


Surrender 
values 


Dividends 
to policy- 
holders 


ries 


and 


All 
policies 


Individual! 




quarter 


Total 


Group 


O 


4344 


4345 


4346 


4347 


4348 


4349 


4350 


4343 


4351 


4352 


1977 
1978 


1,651.30 
1,863.20 


823.50 
904.67 


36.61 
40.62 


8225 

8303 


318.74 
356.93 


390.20 
477.95 


739.53 
976.75 


2,390.83 
2,839.95 


1,421.75 
1,603.24 


96909 
1,236.71 


1975 3 
4 


331.96 
372.98 


177.12 
185.08 


6.25 
7.82 


18.62 
2233 


50.94 
60.23 


79.03 
97.52 


109.63 
143.15 


441.59 
516.13 


265.19 
306.79 


176.39 
209.34 


1976 1 
2 
3 
4 


402.25 
309.43 
385.32 
411.40 


196.22 
132.25 
216.42 
219.40 


5.97 
853 
8.21 
8.67 


23.16 
21.42 
17.63 
24.56 


86.04 
6296 
72.93 
8568 


90.86 
84.27 
70.13 
73.09 


177.09 
129.10 
122.51 
230.35 


579.35 
438.53 
507.83 
641.75 


351.07 
249.99 
309.76 
420.75 


228.28 
188.53 
198.09 
220.98 


1977 1 
2 
3 
4 


399.77 
428.99 
378.52 
444.02 


199.72 
203.49 
198.80 
221.49 


8.03 
9.85 
9.33 
9.40 


21.02 
20.53 
17.91 
22.79 


88.87 
83.53 
69.58 
76.76 


82.13 
111.59 

8290 
113.58 


228.70 
161.16 
169.95 
179.72 


628.47 
590.15 
548.47 
623.74 


377.41 
351.36 
317.82 
375.16 


251.06 
238.79 
230.66 
248.58 


1978 1 
2 
3 

4 


472.46 
512.81 
41434 
463.59 


220.35 
234.07 
195.46 
254.79 


8.21 

11.77 

9.53 

11.11 


22.30 
22.86 
18.73 
19.14 


99.95 

108 50 

95.08 

53.40 


121.65 

135.61 

95.54 

125.15 


242.97 

264.29 
207.66 
261.83 


715.43 
777.10 
622.00 
725.42 


407.24 
413.33 
368.74 
413.93 


308.19 
363.78 
253.25 
311.49 


1979 1 
2 


528.26 
554.07 


242.89 
240.21 


11.29 
12.17 


22.28 
21.87 


132.63 
146.89 


119.17 
132.93 


294.64 
282.70 


822.90 
836.77 


503.88 
485.58 


319.02 
351.19 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding 

1 Includes ordinary and industrial. 

Source: The Canadian Life Insurance Association 



122 



January 1980 

Table 7: Security issues and retirements (par values in million Canadian dollars) 



Section 13-Table 7 













Direct anc 


I guaranteed i 


securities 
















Government of Canada 








Province s3 






Municipalities3 








Funded debt' 




New issues^ 


Retirements2 




Year 


Gross 

new issues 

delivered 4 


Retirements 


new 


Gross 
Net new issues 
issues 4 delivered Retirements new 




and 
quarter 


Direct 
outstanding 


Guaranteed 


Total 

outstanding 


Net 
issues 


B 


2402 


2401 


2400 


2491 


2494 




3004 




3026 




3048 


3007 


3029 


3051 


1977 
1978 


49,673 
60,354 


498 
492 


50,172 
60,847 


5,800 
7,197 


1,932 
2,350 




8,453 
8,223 




1,333 
1,380 




7,120 
6,844 


1,540 
1,038 


363 
402 


1,177 
636 


1975 4 


37,337 


583 


37,920 


875 


772 




2,716 




290 




2,426 


436 


105 


333 


1976 1 
2 
3 
4 


37,717 
38,333 
38,868 
41,578 


583 
583 
583 
574 


38,299 
38,916 
39,451 
42,152 


550 
1,300 

700 
1,400 


161 
809 
349 
805 




3,192 
2,373 
2,260 
2,261 




237 
186 
256 
366 




2,955 
2,187 
2,004 
1,895 


511 
288 
384 
413 


83 
95 
99 
81 


428 
193 
285 
332 


1977 1 
2 
3 
4 


42,555 
43,797 
45,097 
49,673 


574 
505 
505 
498 


43,129 
44,302 
45,602 
50,172 


850 
1,550 
2,000 
1,400 


30 
745 

1,149 
8 




2,489 
1,985 
2,226 
1,753 




371 
352 
237 
373 




2,118 
1,633 
1,989 
1,380 


372 
295 
352 
521 


75 

88 

92 

108 


297 
207 
260 
413 


1978 1 
2 
3 
4 


50,755 
53,795 
55,566 
60,354 


498 
498 
498 
492 


51,254 

54,294 

56,065 

- 60,847 


900 
2,691 
1,750 
1,856 


593 

3 

700 

1,054 




1,668 
2,892 
1,653 
2,010 




333 

178 
281 
588 




1,336 
2,714 
1,372 
1,422 


265 
256 
209 
308 


93 

76 

110 

123 


172 
179 
100 
185 


1979 1 
2 
3 


62,898 
63,808 
65,816 


492 
492 
492 


63,390 
64,301 
66,309 


2,350 
1,800 
2,000 


100 
910 




2,245 

2,763 

964 




495 
242 
251 




1,750 

2,522 

713 


349 
264 
239 


95 

121 

69 


254 
143 
170 




Corporate bonds3 




Other bonds 


and debentures3.5 




Prelerred stocks3 


Common stocks3 




Year 

and 
quarter 


Gross 

new 

issues 

delivered 


Retirements 


Net 

new 

issues 


Gross 

new 
issues 
delivered Retirements 


Net 

new 

issues 


Gross 

new 

issues 

delivered 


Retirements 


Net 

new 

issues 


Gross 

new 

issues 

delivered 


Retirements 


Net 

new 

issues 


B 


3010 


3032 


3054 


3019 


3041 


3063 




3013 


; 


3035 


3057 


3016 


3038 


3060 


1977 
1978 


6,694 
6,094 


1,488 
1,414 


5,205 
4,681 


117 
112 


56 
109 


62 

3 




2,521 
5,996 




76 
100 


2,446 
5,896 


726 

1,091 


49 
46 


677 

1,045 


1975 4 


898 


386 


513 


38 


5 


33 




260 




17 


243 


185 


- 


184 


1976 1 
2 
3 
4 


1,429 
1,382 
1,441 
1,193 


280 
426 
210 
350 


1,149 
956 

1,232 
842 


26 
39 

24 
16 


12 

28 

9 

22 


14 
11 
15 
-6 




172 
223 
147 
198 




14 
14 
18 
14 


158 
209 
129 
184 


113 

85 

234 

173 


2 
2 
2 
5 


112 

84 

233 

167 


1977 1 

2 
3 
4 


1,672 
1,917 
1,264 
1,841 


485 
442 
156 
405 


1,186 
1,476 
1,108 
1,435 


40 
31 
18 
28 


21 
14 
11 
10 


19 
18 

7 
18 




92 

1,174 

606 

649 




18 
19 
22 

17 


74 

1,156 

584 

632 


66 
176 

92 
392 


17 
12 
10 
10 


49 
164 

82 
382 


1978 1 
2 
3 
4 


1,496 
1,515 
1,167 
1,916 


227 
481 
265 

441 


1,269 

1,035 

902 

1,475 


16 
21 
46 
29 


13 
17 
41 
38 


3 
5 
4 
-9 




1,302 
631 
442 

3,621 




51 
13 
24 
12 


1,252 
617 
418 

3,609 


60 
358 
353 
320 


13 

15 

9 

9 


47 
343 
344 

311 


1979 1 
2 
3 


1,248 
1,203 
1,377 


116 
291 
122 


1,132 

912 

1,256 


30 
18 

14 


15 

17 

8 


15 
1 
6 




175 
625 
500 




2 


173 
624 
500 


431 
706 
736 


6 

1 


431 
700 
735 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to partial revisions 

'End ot period 2r£ X cluding Treasury Bills, Canada Savings Bonds and other non-market issues 3Figures are subject to revision Series cover all publicly announced issues 

and some private placements not publicly announced Notes with an original term to maturity of over one year ■* Incltjcles Canadian Pension Plan series bonds issued by the 

provinces and their agencies and purchased by the C.P.P. Investment Fund ^consists of issues of Canadian religious and other institutions and Canadian dollar issues of 

foreign debtors 6Allowance for the take-over of Nova Scotia Light & Power common shares 

Source: Bank of Canada Review. 



123 



Section 13-Table 8 

Table 8: Stock exchange statistics 



January 1980 













Toronto stock 


exchange 












Montreal stock 


exchange 


























Shares traded 




Value ot shares traded 




Three 
month 


Long-term 






Value of 


government 




Combined 


shares 


Indus- 


Mining 


Combined 


Indus- 


Mining 


Combined 


treasury 


of Canada 


Year 


volume 


traded 


trials 


and oils 


volume 


trials 


and oils 


value 


bill yield! 


bond yield 


and 




Million 


















month 


Thousands 


dollars 




Thousands 






Million dollars 




Percentage 


D 


4551 


4552 


4555 


4556 


4557 


4558 


4559 


4560 


B14001 


B14013 


1977 


103,588 


1,374.3 


334,079 


345,740 


679,820 


4,619.4 


1,425.1 


6,044.5 


7.35 


8.70 


1978 


127,789 


1,708.4 


522,958 


461,952 


984,910 


7,967.0 


2,3950 


10,362.0 


8.58 


9.27 


1978 J 


7,386 


92.9 


29,091 


37,788 


66,879 


4248 


171.3 


596.1 


7.14 


9.06 


F 


10,215 


133.7 


30,136 


31,203 


61,339 


4497 


142.5 


5922 


7.24 


9.15 


M 


10,118 


121.4 


35,062 


29,814 


64,876 


517.7 


154.5 


672.2 


7.62 


9.17 


A 


8,398 


120.7 


41,223 


38,677 


79,900 


599.9 


177.2 


777.1 


8.18 


9.22 


M 


1 2,969 


149.7 


55,684 


36,009 


91,693 


6852 


187.4 


8726 


8.13 


9.23 


J 


13,620 


147.5 


52,243 


34,829 


87,072 


6954 


181.7 


877.1 


8.24 


9.23 


J 


9,598 


121.2 


38,449 


43,649 


82,098 


593.7 


239.0 


832.7 


8.43 


9.17 


A 


13,556 


172.5 


61,603 


47,617 


109,220 


874.6 


2629 


1,137.5 


8.77 


9.16 


S 


12,984 


156.6 


58,452 


44,298 


102,750 


967 .1 


252 1 


1,219.2 


902 


9.15 


O 


11,522 


194.4 


44,469 


44,858 


89,327 


8182 


2233 


1,041.5 


9.52 


948 


N 


9,584 


160.9 


39,760 


39,391 


79,151 


760.7 


241.6 


1,002.3 


10.29 


9.54 


D 


7,839 


136.9 


36,786 


33,819 


70,605 


580 


161.5 


741.5 


10.43 


968 


1979 J 


12,142 


2005 


52,102 


51,787 


103,889 


938 1 


2539 


1,192.0 


10.80 


9.82 


F 


1 9,250 


195.5 


60,050 


41,874 


101,924 


9079 


2279 


1,135.8 


10 78 


9.97 


M 


13,961 


221 9 


58,708 


49,716 


108,424 


1,038.9 


3344 


1,373.3 


10.90 


9.91 


A 


9,327 


167.9 


43,773 


37,581 


81,354 


8585 


231.1 


1,089.6 


10.84 


966 


M 


14,516 


283.4 


61,532 


37,219 


98,751 


1,288.5 


2998 


1,588.3 


10.84 


9.68 


J 


13,252 


247.7 


64,696 


65,377 


130,073 


1,495.0 


491.4 


1,986.4 


10 82 


9.73 


J 


11,940 


176 


47,453 


53,128 


100,581 


936 7 


2967 


1,233.4 


10.91 


9.84 


A 


12,767 


212.1 


54,916 


77,232 


132,148 


1,177.3 


4198 


1,597.1 


11.32 


10 15 


S 


18,154 


3037 


61,603 


90,613 


152,216 


1,650 8 


5284 


2,179.2 


11.57 


10.38 





19,006 


2636 


71,183 


98,231 


169,414 


1,561.5 


5956 


2,157.1 


12.86 


11.16 


N 


1 6,890 


209 1 


48,092 


52,277 


100,369 


1,139.4 


389.2 


1,528.6 


13.61 


10.94 


D 


16,457 


193.7 


45,728 


65,902 


111,630 


1.238 4 


4269 


1.665.3 







Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding differences 

'Average of weekly rates 

Sources: Monthly Review, Montreal and Canadian Stock Exchanges; Toronto Stock Exchange Review and Bank of Canada. 



124 



January 1980 

Table 9: Federal government budgetary revenues' (million dollars) 



Section 13-Tables 9 and 10 









Taxes 

on 




























interest 


Excise 


taxes 




















Personal 


Corpo- 
ration 


and divi- . 
dends 








Custom 






Return 
on 


Miscel- 
laneous 


Total 
budge- 


Budgetary 
surplus 


Fiscal 




Other 


year or 


income 


income 


going 


Sales 


excise 


Excise 


import 


Estate 


Postal 


invest- 


non-tax 


tary 


or 


month 


tax 


tax 


abroad 


tax 


taxes^ 


duties 


duties 


tax 


revenue 


ments 


revenues 


revenues 


deficits 


D 


4579 


4581 


4582 


4583 


4584 


4585 


4586 


4587 


4588 


4589 


4590 


4591 


4592 


1977-78 


13,439 


5,828 


503 


5,026 


904 


882 


2,312 


66 


773 


2,592 


541 


32,866 


-10,036 


1978-79 


14,048 


6,262 


568 


5,245 


827 


878 


2,747 


77 


903 


3,158 


503 


35,216 


-11,707 


1977-78 D 


1,391 


386 


28 


433 


71 


80 


159 


2 


81 


436 


34 


3,101 


-549 


J 


1,685 


407 


86 


423 


88 


52 


201 


2 


62 


166 


1 


3,173 


-435 


F 


883 


402 


57 


365 


82 


61 


175 


1 


69 


45 


86 


2,226 


-1,238 


M 


680 


1,275 


32 


637 


73 


84 


264 


5 


82 


574 


218 


3,924 


-2,187 


1978-79 A 


788 


286 


34 


126 


56 


70 


163 


9 


65 


168 


15 


1,780 


-2,876 


M 


1,291 


443 


31 


464 


66 


74 


237 


41 


75 


144 


26 


2,892 


-313 


J 


678 


430 


32 


445 


57 


71 


217 


2 


75 


412 


24 


2,443 


-1,264 


J 


1,253 


490 


43 


488 


56 


61 


201 


1 


90 


178 


30 


2,891 


-794 


A 


1,126 


391 


38 


524 


78 


82 


234 


2 


74 


94 


20 


2,663 


-802 


S 


1,068 


392 


27 


421 


63 


55 


179 


2 


72 


331 


29 


2,639 


-974 


O 


1,160 


404 


31 


496 


67 


101 


246 


1 


80 


128 


26 


2,740 


-930 


N 


1,390 


417 


62 


489 


53 


87 


274 


3 


89 


130 


48 


3,042 


-605 


D 


1,137 


492 


42 


454 


68 


68 


200 


2 


89 


547 


19 


3,118 


-576 


J 


1,858 


503 


99 


462 


71 


56 


277 


3 


47 


178 


33 


3,587 


-394 


F 


1,138 


424 


70 


322 


75 


66 


190 


1 


78 


18 


27 


2,409 


-1,409 


M 


1,161 


1,590 


59 


554 


117 


87 


329 


10 


69 


830 


206 


5,012 


-770 


1979-80 A 


571 


272 


47 


133 


30 


63 


165 


9 


74 


258 


11 


1,633 


-3,743 


M 


1,402 


468 


50 


443 


93 


71 


290 


48 


95 


106 


32 


3,098 


-544 


J 


889 


442 


23 


366 


81 


71 


235 


3 


114 


410 


32 


2,666 


-1,333 


J 


1,415 


648 


76 


475 


87 


71 


254 


2 


82 


233 


45 


3,388 


-214 


A 


1,453 


460 


71 


486 


97 


75 


260 


1 


90 


24 


32 


3,049 


-1,152 


S 


1,393 


459 


29 


363 


85 


66 


226 


3 


85 


391 


34 


3,134 


-660 


O 


1,646 


551 


58 


475 


135 


106 


288 


2 


89 


172 


35 


3,557 


-776 


N 


1,475 


449 


47 


464 


118 


92 


277 


3 


97 


269 


45 


3,336 


-670 



'This statement includes only receipts relating to budgetary revenue Excluded are non-budgetary revenues such as Old Age Security Fund taxes, Prairie Farm Assistance Act 
levies, employer and employee contributions to government-held funds (Unemployment Insurance, Superannuation etc ). interest on government-held tunds, and taxes collected 
on behalf of and transferred to other governments 28eginning in December 1973, this category includes oil export tax 3March includes supplementary payments arising 
from the closing of the accounts 
Source: Department ot Finance. 



Table 10: Budgetary expenditures by principal classesi (millions dollars) 









Fiscal 


National 


health 






















transfer & 


and welfare 


















Department 




contracting- 
out 
























Other 




Fiscal 


of 


Public 


payments 




welfare 












Other 


Total 


year or 


national 


debt 


to 


Family 


disburse- 




Post 


Public 




Veterans 


depart- 


budgetary 


month 


defence 


charges 


provinces 


allowances 


ments 


Agriculture 


office 


works 


Transport 


affairs 


ments 


expenditures 


D 


5130 


5131 


5132 


5133 


5134 


5135 


5136 


5137 


5138 


5139 


5140 


5129 


1977-78 


3,771 


5,550 


3,003 


2,122 


9,513 


959 


1,237 


1,431 


1,478 


841 


12,997 


42,902 


1978-79 


4,108 


7,058 


3,028 


2,093 


10,963 


768 


1,275 


1,657 


1,628 


890 


13,455 


46,923 


1977-78 D 


329 


507 


479 


172 


818 


26 


96 


75 


140 


70 


938 


3,650 


J 


286 


470 


201 


187 


847 


70 


122 


64 


90 


72 


1,199 


3,608 


F 


319 


473 


257 


187 


845 


40 


120 


62 


90 


71 


1,000 


3,464 


M 


587 


615 


412 


187 


1,018 


322 


151 


763 


287 


80 


1,689 


6,111 


1978-79 A 


154 


501 


213 


187 


836 


19 


86 


74 


114 


68 


2,404 


4,656 


M 


322 


510 


237 


186 


829 


26 


90 


110 


110 


71 


714 


3,205 


J 


351 


619 


405 


186 


853 


26 


92 


126 


134 


72 


843 


3,707 


J 


257 


503 


408 


185 


867 


89 


92 


107 


138 


72 


967 


3,685 


A 


386 


451 


10 


185 


922 


64 


132 


130 


137 


73 


975 


3,465 


S 


339 


583 


216 


184 


876 


32 


99 


143 


113 


74 


954 


3,613 


O 


323 


598 


230 


184 


895 


99 


96 


113 


118 


72 


942 


3,670 


N 


360 


567 


206 


184 


899 


100 


96 


122 


122 


73 


918 


3,647 


D 


345 


688 


326 


184 


892 


55 


103 


106 


127 


71 


797 


3,694 


J 


337 


661 


264 


143 


986 


59 


113 


270 


108 


80 


960 


3,981 


F 


293 


624 


297 


143 


973 


68 


140 


141 


125 


79 


935 


3,818 


M 


641 


753 


216 


142 


1,135 


131 


136 


215 


282 


85 


2,046 


5,782 


1979-80 A 


213 


629 


223 


142 


979 


19 


76 


61 


102 


69 


2,863 


5,376 


M 


369 


662 


248 


142 


979 


27 


112 


112 


104 


74 


813 


3,642 


J 


313 


818 


312 


141 


988 


30 


102 


97 


148 


76 


974 


3,999 


J 


341 


461 


240 


142 


1.011 


31 


132 


102 


96 


75 


971 


3,602 


A 


353 


699 


242 


141 


1,052 


41 


130 


123 


205 


79 


1,136 


4,201 


S 


310 


730 


241 


140 


1,014 


31 


97 


112 


101 


76 


942 


3,794 


O 


362 


734 


423 


141 


1,026 


82 


120 


114 


168 


78 


1,085 


4,333 


N 


343 


686 


246 


140 


1,023 


179 


101 


139 


58 


76 


1,015 


4,006 



Figures are rounded and may not add to totals shown 

'For comparative purposes figures may differ from those previously reported to reflect changes in accounting during 1973-74 

Source: Department of Finance. 



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Converting Timeliness into Reliability in Economic Time Series or 

Minimum Phase Shift of Economic Time Series 

Observations 

on 1 Selected Economic Indicators — Analytical Summary 

on 2 Population Statistics 

on 3 System of National Accounts 

on 4 Labour 

on 5 Prices 

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on 9 Food and Agriculture 

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D. Rhoades* 

I Introduction 

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adjustment removes regular annual fluctuations 
which obscure the underlying or trend-cycle compo- 
nent of the series. However, seasonally adjusted 
data contain erratic short term movements which 
may reflect measurement error, specific identifiable 
events such as strikes or policy changes, or simply 
the random nature of economic behaviour. Whatever 
their source, erratic data movements also obscure 
the underlying or trend-cycle component of the 
series. 

For example, the Canadian economy was in reces- 
sion from early 1974 to early 1975, and as the 
recession progressed one would expect to detect a 
slowdown in inflation rates. Chart I shows the 
monthly percentage change in the Industry Selling 
Price Index, Manufacturing, from February 1956 to 
November 1974. The erratic nature of the data 
makes it very difficult to identify an easing of inflation 
rates as of November 1974. Chart 2 is derived by 
filtering the time series presented in Chart I, and it 
shows more clearly that inflationary pressures had 
been easing for the four months prior to November 
1974. Charts 3 and 4, which give the analyst benefit 
of hindsight concerning the 1974-75 period, confirm 
the easing of inflation indicated by the filtered data 
as of November 1974. 

There are two aspects of data that are useful in 
making assessments of the current situation: they 
are of course reliability and timeliness.' Most users 
of economic time series are aware of a tradeoff 
between reliability and timeliness that manifests 
itself in timely preliminary data and less timely but 
more reliable revised data. 



The most obvious source of this tradeoff is that the 
revised data are based on a larger information set 
that takes longer to obtain. However, in this paper 
we intend to show that: 

(i) Even when dealing with a fixed set of infor- 
mation, increased reliability can be pur- 
chased by sacrificing timeliness. 

(ii) The tradeoff outlined in (i) above is pract- 
ised commonly but not efficiently. 

(iii) There are techniques available to minimize 
the timeliness given up to purchase a given 
degree of reliability. We will present results 
obtained when these techniques are applied 
to a variety of economic time series. 

In the next section we shall present arguments for 
points (i) and (ii) above. In Section III we will sketch 
a technique for efficiently converting timeliness into 
reliability. Section IV will present some results of a 
practical application of this technique. Finally, Sec- 
tion V will draw some conclusions concerning the 
application of this technique for current economic 
analysis in general. 

II Common Methods of Converting Timeliness 
into Reliability 

In the context of this paper 'reliability' refers to 
making correct assessments of the underlying and 
unobserved trend-cycle movement in a series, from 
whatever set of measurements are available for that 
series. Keeping this definition in mind, it is obvious 
that seasonal adjustment is a method of increasing 
the reliability of the fixed amount of information 
embodied in the raw data, since removal of the 
seasonal movement makes the trend-cycle 
movement more apparent. It is not so obvious that 



D. Rhoades is Chief, Current Economic Analysis Staff, System 
of National Accounts and Analysis. 



' For the purposes of this paper reliability is defined as a char- 
acteristic of data that leads to accurate statements about the 
trend-cycle component of the data. 



VI 




76 78 79 



VII 



Net Change in Inventories (Per Cent), United States, January 1950 to November 1979 



160 



140 



120 



100 




160 



140 



120 



100 



80 



60 



40 



20 



20 



40 



1950 52 54 '56 '58 60 '62 '64 '66 '68 70 72 74 76 78 79 

New Orders, Consumer Goods and Materials, United States, 
January 1950 to December 1979 




1950 '52 '54 '56 '58 '60 '62 '64 '66 '68 70 72 74 76 78 79 



VIII 



seasonal adjustment involves a loss in timeliness in 
the course of improving the reliability of trend-cycle 
estimates, or that it is commonly practised ineffi- 
ciently. Although the analysis to follow leads us to 
believe that both the above points are true, and 
Nerlove 2 has found that the seasonal adjustment 
program X-1 1 involves a sacrifice in timeliness, we 
will not attempt to rigorously demonstrate these 
points in this paper. 

Our present concerns can be clearly demonstrated 
by focussing attention on the implications the irreg- 
ular component has for the reliability-timeliness 
tradeoff. The conclusions we derive regarding the 
irregular component are equally valid for the sea- 
sonal component, but we believe the argument 
would be more difficult to make in the latter case. 

The irregular component in a time series reduces 
the reliability of the current period assessments of 
trend-cycle movement since, in short spans of time, 
the irregular movement frequently dominates the 
trend-cycle movement. Recognition of the obscuring 
effect of the irregular component can be found in 
many newspaper articles interpreting the most cur- 
rent statistics. The following are but two examples: 

"A sharp slowdown in the U.S. economy 
and a possible recession this year are 
indicated by the Commerce Department 
index of leading indicators. The index, 
designed to forecast future economic 
trends, dropped by 0.5 per cent in Decem- 
ber, the second consecutive monthly de- 
cline. While economists are quick to point 
out that it would take three declines in a 
row to make a firm judgment about the 
direction of the economy, they say two such 
sizeable back-to-back falls — the index also 
dropped by 0.5 per cent in November — is 
significant. The index in December was at 
137.3 per cent of the 1967 average." 
(The Globe and Mail, February 1, 1979) 

"Machine tool orders in the United States 
fell sharply in December from the record 
levels of October and November, but indus- 
try executives think it was a one-month blip 
rather than an indication of softening capi- 
tal spending plans. 

Machine tools are complex machines used 
to shape most metal parts from oven doors 
and other consumer products to electric 
power turbines and industrial gears. Orders 
for machine tools, therefore, are an ad- 
vance indicator of capital spending in man- 
ufacturing, but industry officials stress that 
the timing of a few large orders can cause 



monthly fluctuations that confuse the basic 

trend." 

(The Globe and Mail, January 30, 1979). 

As can be seen then, one way of dealing with the 
irregular component is to wait a few months for 
more data to become available so that a long term 
change can be verified or refuted. In this case in- 
creased reliability is bought at the expense of the 
loss of several months warning about a change in 
the trend-cycle. 

Another common method of attempting to reduce 
the effect of the irregular component is to smooth 
the data by the use of moving averages. For exam- 
ple, external trade division of Statistics Canada uses 
a 13-term moving average to improve the reliability 
of some of its figures. The Statistics Canada Daily, 
Friday, June 1, 1979, p. 2 states: 

"Monthly trade figures, particularly exports 
and trade balance, often fluctuate widely 
about the trend-cycle. The trend-cycle is a 
short-term tendency derived from the 13- 
term Henderson moving average used in 
the X-1 1 seasonal adjustment technique. 
Changes in the trend-cycle provide a more 
reliable guide to the direction and rate of 
change of trade data over the short term. 
Estimates of the trend-cycle for the two 
most recent periods often change consider- 
ably with the addition of further months of 
data. The accompanying charts and com- 
ments on changes in the trend-cycle there- 
fore exclude the two most recent 
observations." 

This quotation makes obvious both the increased 
reliability and the loss in timeliness associated with 
the use of moving averages. The U.S. Department of 
Commerce also uses moving averages to smooth 
some components of their index of leading indica- 
tors. This is what they have to say about the effect 
of the moving average they used: 

"The inventory investment series used in 
the new composite index consists of the 
change in stocks 'on hand' (corresponding 
to BCD 31) combined with the change in 
stocks on order." 

"While the sum of the two components is 
less erratic than either of them alone, the 
series does not score well on smoothness. 
However, the timing of the change in total 
stocks on hand and on order is early 
enough to permit a tradeoff of shorter leads 
for more smoothness, and after some ex- 
perimentation, a weighted 4-month moving 
average was applied to this series." 



IX 



(Business Conditions Digest, May, 1975, p. 
5.) 

In all the above examples reliability is gained only 
by sacrificing lead-time. Since there is no such thing 
as a free lunch one expects to give up some lead- 
time in exchange for reliability. However, it is desir- 
able to minimize the amount of lead-time lost. Rules 
of thumb such as waiting for three consecutive 
declines in a series make no attempt to minimize 
lead-time lost in exchange for reliability, and there- 
fore are unlikely to do so. 

Although the 13-term Henderson moving average, 
and the moving average used by the U.S. Depart- 
ment of Commerce in their leading indicators repre- 
sent improvements over rules such as waiting for 
three consecutive declines, they were not designed 
so that they minimize lost lead-time. Recall that the 
Commerce Department found their moving average 
through experimentation rather than by an optimi- 
zation process. 

These considerations lead one to believe that a filter, 
designed via a formalized optimization process that 
incorporates both lead-time and smoothing as crite- 
ria, will represent a substantial improvement over 
existing methods of dealing with the irregular com- 
ponent. In the next section we will sketch such an 
optimization scheme. 

Ill Optimizing the Timeliness-Reliability 

Conversion 

The techniques used to minimize the timeliness 
sacrificed to achieve a given degree of reliability 
involve autoregressive moving-average (ARMA) 
filters of the form 



2 b k y tk = 2 

k=0 k=0 



(b = 1) 



where x is the series to be filtered and y is the filt- 
ered series. 

Spectral analysis can be used to derive least 
squares functions of a k , b k , 2 R (a k ,b k ) and 2 T ( a k. D k). 
that measure the increased reliability and the lost 
lead-time associated with any particular selection of 
the filter coefficients a k , b k . It turns out that the 
smaller is 2 R (a k ,b k ) the more reliable will be the 
filtered data, and the smaller is 2 T ( a k. D k) th © 'ess 
will be the timeliness loss in the filtered series. 
Therefore, minimization of the weighted least 
squares expression 

2 (a k ,b k ) = W2 R (a k ,b k ) + (1-W) 2 T (a k ,b k ) 



for various values of W such that < W < 1 will 
result in a sequence of filters each of which in- 
creases reliability by a different amount, and each of 
which minimizes the timeliness lost in exchange for 
a given increase in reliability. 

The rest of this section presents the technical de- 
tails of the filter design process. Readers not famil- 
iar with spectral analysis may want to skip to the 
next section where results of applying some spec- 
tral-designed filters are presented. 

Design is preceded by development and articulation 
of criteria or goals that the designed implement is 
expected to achieve. In the case at hand our goals 
are loosely expressed as the development of a filter 
that will reduce erratic behaviour in monthly data, 
while at the same time minimizing the loss of lead- 
time implied by such smoothing. With respect to the 
class of ARMA filters (and of course MA filters) these 
goals may be expressed more precisely with the aid 
of spectral analysis: 

We start with the ARMA expression 



2 b k y,. k = 2 a k x, k (b =1) 



(1) 



k = 



and transform it to its frequency domain equivalents 
(see ref. 1, pp. 351-52). 

T yy (f) = IA(f)IVIB(f)l 2 r xx (f) (2) 

r xy (f) = A(f)/B(f)r xx (f) (3) 



where T xx (f), T(f) are the auto spectra of lx,i and 
ly t l respectively; T xy (f) is the cross spectrum of |y| 

and |y| ; and 

A(f) = 2 a k e-2*" k , B(f) = 2 b k e-2*'«< 

k=0 k=0 

IA(f)l 2 /IB(f)l 2 is referred to as the gain function of the 
ARMA. 

The smoothing goal may be expressed with the use 
of equation (2), while the lead-time goal uses equa- 
tion (3). Equation (2) simply states that the relative 
amplitude of components in ly t l and txl with the 
same frequency is given by IA(f)l 2 /IB(f)l 2 . Thus, if 
one wants the erratic (high frequency) component in 
ly t l to be small relative to the erratic component in 
lx,l then la k l , lb k l should be chosen so that IA(f)l 2 / 
IB(f)l 2 is small for large values of f. Alternatively, one 
can amplify a particular frequency band. For exam- 
ple, to make the business cycle fluctuations in ly t l 
large relative to those in lx,l , la k l , !b k l should be 
picked so that IA(f)l 2 /IB(f)l 2 is large in the band of 



frequencies associated with the business cycle. For 
any particular smoothing goals iaj and !b k i can be 
found by least squares. Let IA'(f)l 2 /IB'(f)l 2 represent 
an ideal transfer function whose values are selected 
so that the filtered series ly,l exhibits the desired 
amplitudes. at the appropriate frequencies. Minimi- 
zation of the least squares expression 



2 [ IA(f)l 2 /IB(f)l 2 

f = 



IA'(f)l 2 /IB'(f)l 2 ] 2 



with respect to !a k ! and !b k ! will yield the "best" 
ARMA filter with respect to the smoothing goal. 

With regards to the specific goal of minimizing false 
signals in monthly data, IA'(f)l 2 /IB'(f)l 2 should be 
chosen so that in the filtered series ly t l , the busi- 
ness cycle signal is large relative to the irregular 
component, (i.e. the signal to noise ratio is max- 
imized). The signal to noise ratio can be increased 
either by reducing the amplitude of the noise or by 
increasing the amplitude of the signal, and it may be 
maximized by doing both. Therefore the ideal trans- 
fer function for the task at hand would be 



IA'(f)l 2 /IB'(f)l 2 = { 



Zf£[.015. .04] 
0fe[.04. .5] 



where Z is some number greater than one that 
indicates the desired amplification factor for the 
business cycle signal; [.015, .04] is a closed interval 
of frequencies associated with the business cycle 
(f = .015, .04 approximately correspond to six year 
and two year cycles respectively); [.04, .5] corre- 
sponds to all cycles shorter than two years, i.e. to 
the seasonal and irregular components. Finally for 
0<f<.015 Zmay be set to zero or to one depend- 
ing on whether or not one wants to detrend the 
data. 

Turning now to the second goal the filter must 
achieve, minimization of loss of lead-time, equation 
(3) can be used to develop a least squares expres- 
sion for this goal. A(f)/B(f) is a complex number. Let 
it be represented by A(f)/B(f) = a(f) + ib(f). Then 
equation (3) can be written 



2 [<D xy (f) <D ' (f)] 2 = 2 [arctan(b(f)/a(f))-<&' (f)] 2 



IcBCB 



fcBCB 



with respect to a k , b k will yield the "best" ARMA 
filter with respect to the lead-time goal. 

To design a filter that incorporates both goals the 
following least squares expression may be 
minimized: 



(5) 
W 2 [lA(f)l 2 /IB(f)l 2 -IAWI 2 /IB'(f)l 2 ] 2 +(1-W)2[<W f )] 2 

1=0 kBCB 

If the resulting filter favours one goal more than is 
desired experimentation with the weighting pattern 
may be used to find a desirable tradeoff between the 
smoothing and lead-time goals. 

Before turning to the practical aspects of filter de- 
sign one more complication must be explained. The 
ARMA filter 



2 b k y, k = 2 a k x, k 

k=0 k=0 

can be viewed as a difference equation in y,. Its 
solution may be succinctly expressed by introducing 
the backward operator B(Bix, = x,, j an integer). 
Then the ARMA becomes 



( 2 b k B*)y t 

k=0 



( 2 a k B*)x t 

k=0 



IT (fjle 1 *^ 1 ) = la(f) + ib(f)le' arc,an < b «> /a «» r (f) 



(4) 



The solution to a difference equation is the sum of a 
particular solution and the solution to the homoge- 
neous equation. A particular solution is given by 

yp, = [ ( i a k B*)/ i b k B*]x t 

k=0 k=0 

and the solution to the homogeneous equation is 
given by 

yn = C 1 (1/^)' + C 2 (1/^)' + . . . + C r (1/ Pr )< 



where <J> xy (f) = arctan(b(f)/a(f)) is the phase func- 
tion of y on x. Minimization of loss of lead-time 
implies a zero phase shift at the business cycle 
frequency band. Therefore, an ideal phase <J> x ' y (f) is 
defined such that O xy (f) = for all f in the business 
cycle band (BCB), and minimization of the least 
squares expression 



(we have assumed, without loss of generality to the 
argument that follows, that the roots ( p v i = 1 ,2 . . . 
r) of 2 b k B k = are real). It can be seen that if the 
roots k p | are less than one in absolute value the 
homogeneous solution will blow up and so therefore 
will the general solution. Thus the least squares 
expression given by (5) must be minimized subject 
to the constraint that I P \ >1 i = 1 ,2,. . .r. 



XI 



The procedures outlined in this section have been 
used to determine three noise-reducing monthly 
filters. These filters represent points on a tradeoff 
curve between reliability and timeliness, in that the 
more powerful is the filter in terms of smoothing 
abilities, the greater amount of lead-time will be lost. 
In terms of the notation of this section the filters, 
and their smoothing and timeliness rankings, are 
given in the following table. (A rank of 1 indicates 
maximum smoothing or minimum loss in timeliness). 

IV Practical Application of Spectral-Designed 

Filters 

The work described in this paper was originally 
developed in response to one of the major problems 
of the leading indicator approach to economic 
forecasting, the tendency of leading indicators to 
emit false signals. Consequently the results we are 
going to present demonstrate the effect spectral- 
designed filters have on leading indicators. In partic- 
ular, we have chosen the U.S. index of leading 
indicators, and its components, since it is the best 
known leading index and therefore provides a good 
benchmark for the technique. The twelve compo- 
nents of the leading index exhibit a variety of char- 
acteristics. Some have trend. Others don't. Some 
contain larger irregular elements, relative to the 
cyclical movement, than others. In some cases the 
irregular is composed of month to month reversals, 
while in other cases it is composed of waves lasting 
four to five months. 

The variety of behaviour encompassed by the dif- 
ferent leading indicators leads us to believe that the 
results we are going to present will be substantially 
unaltered when the filters are applied to other 
series. 

We are going to present three filters that represent 
points on a tradeoff between timeliness and reliabil- 
ity. That is, the more effective a filter is in reducing 
the irregular component, the less lead-time will the 
filtered series exhibit at turning points. 

The attached graphs show four versions of the U.S. 
leading index and some of its components. In each 
case the lowest graph is the published version of 
the series. Progressively higher series have been 
filtered with progressively more powerful filters 



(more powerful that is, in terms of the smoothing 
goal). The higher series have been raised artificially 
for display purposes. Notice however that peaks and 
troughs of higher series have been shifted slightly to 
the right. It can be seen then that the three filters 
used here represent points on the tradeoff curve 
between smoothing and lead-time. 

A more quantitative idea of the tradeoff can be seen 
in the attached Table I. (Statistics in Table I are 
derived from the time series covering the period 
Jan. 1950 - Dec. 1978). However, before analyzing 
the statistics in Table I a comment is in order con- 
cerning definition of these statistics. A series is said 
to emit a false signal if it predicts 'recession (recov- 
ery) coming' during any of its own expansionary 
(contractionary) phases. The prediction 'recession 
(recovery) coming' is defined to be any one month 
downward (upward) movement in a leading indica- 
tor. It may be objected that a one month movement 
is too severe a criterion to use in defining a false 
signal, and that in any event people use other rules 
(eg. two or three consecutive downward 
movements) in interpreting movements in monthly 
data. The position taken in this paper is that a rule 
for interpreting movements in leading indicators is 
really a filter, and that mathematical filters are more 
powerful than rule-type filters. Therefore, any defini- 
tion of the prediction recession (recovery) coming' 
other than one that entails no more loss of lead-time 
in recognizing a recession (recovery) when it does 
occur than the simple rule defined above, would 
constitute application of a weaker filter than is al- 
ready available, and therefore would unnecessarily 
sacrifice lead-time. 

Now, in Table I the series title is given in the last 
column and the first column carries the letters R, A, 
B, and C for each series. The statistics opposite R 
are associated with the Raw (i.e. unfiltered) data. 
The letter A indicates the series was filtered with 
filter A before preparing the entries to Table I oppo- 
site A, and so on. In terms of smoothing filter A is 
the least powerful and filter C is the most powerful. 
Filter A of course sacrifices the least amount of 
lead-time and filter C the most. 

The general effect of these filters can be seen in 
their relative effects on the overall composite leader. 



Filter 



a o 


Coefficients 
b 2 


b, 


341 
134 
047 


-.341 
-.586 
-.837 


1 .000 
1 .451 
1 .789 



Ranking 
Smoothing Timeliness 



A 
B 
C 



XII 



The unfiltered data has 48 false signals, a lead of 
10.8 months at peaks and 4.0 months at troughs. 
As we move from one filter to another we see false 
signals dropping to 23, then to 8 and finally to 0. 
However, average lead-time at peaks drops to 9.6 
months, then to 8.6 months, and finally to 6.0 
months. A similar loss in lead-time is seen at 
troughs, and similar results are obtained when the 
other leading indicators are filtered. 

Since we feel robustness is an important quality for 
a filter to have (that is, it should exhibit stable beha- 
viour over different time periods and across different 
series) we will indicate certain aspects of the meth- 
odology employed in designing these filters that lead 
us to believe the filters are robust. We will also 
empirically examine the robustness of these filters 
by examining their effect on the wide range of series 
represented by the leading indicators. 

The filters take the form of autoregressive moving- 
averages 



y, = 2 b k y, k + 



s 

2 '< 

k=0 



k^t-k 



and the coefficients a k , b k are estimated in some 
manner (here y, is the filtered data and x, represents 
unfiltered data). One usually thinks of a k , b k being 
estimated using the individual data points, x t , y t . 
However, that is not the case here. An appeal to the 
data was made in order to estimate a k and b k , but 
the only information in the data that was used is: 



Business cycles exist. 



(ii) The shortest business cycles are approx- 
imately two years in duration. 

Now, this is an important point since a filter will be 
inappropriate for different times, or for different 
series and for different countries, only to the extent 
that (i) and (ii) do not hold for these different 
circumstances. 

Table II indicates empirically the robustness of the 
filters. The loss of lead-time exhibited by filter A is 
very stable as we move from series to series. The 
same can be said of B and C. The per cent reduc- 
tion in false signals is not as stable as the loss in 
lead-time, but there is always a reduction, and also 
(see Table I) there was greater variation to begin 
with in false signals than in lead-time. 

V Conclusions 

We have shown that, besides collecting additional 
information, one can improve the the reliability of a 
given set of time series measurements by process- 
ing it appropriately. We have indicated that such 
attempts to improve reliability are practised com- 
monly but not efficiently. A technique for designing 
efficient ARMA filters was sketched and the results 
presented when three such filters were applied to 
the U.S. Commerce Department's leading indicators. 
It is our belief that similar results will be obtained 
when the filters are applied to a broader range of 
series relevant to current economic analysis in 
general. We further believe that current analysis 
based on a broad range of filtered economic indica- 
tors will enable clearer interpretation of the current 
situation and will help in detecting earlier and more 
certainly, changes in the current cyclical phase. ■ 



XIII 



Table I 

Absolute Effects of Filters A, B, C 

United States Leading Indicators Jan. 1950 to Dec. 1978 











Average 














Lead Time 








False Siqnals 


(#) 


(Months) 








Expansion 


Contraction 










Filtered 


Phase 


Phase 




At 


At 




By 


T to P 


P to T 


Total 


Peaks 


Troughs 


Series Title 


R 


29 


19 


48 


10.8 


4.0 


Composite Leading Index 


A 


9 


14 


23 


9.6 


2.6 




B 





8 


8 


8.6 


0.6 




C 











6.0 


(1.6) 




R 


55 


33 


88 


11 .2 


1.0 


Average Work Week Manufacturing 


A 


46 


27 


73 


10.6 


(0.8) 


(Hours) 


B 


37 


14 


51 


9.8 


(1.6) 




C 


10 


1 


11 


7.8 


(4.4) 




R 


56 


34 


90 


13.2 


1 .6 


Index of Net Business Formation 


A 


37 


18 


55 


12.6 


0.6 




B 


14 


8 


22 


10.8 


(1.0) 




C 


9 


1 


10 


8.2 


(4.0) 




R 


76 


33 


109 


9.6 


4.8 


Index of Stock Prices (500 Stocks) 


A 


40 


12 


52 


9.2 


3.8 




B 


28 


5 


33 


8.0 


2.6 




C 


18 





18 


5.6 


0.0 




R 


65 


46 


111 


15.0 


4.4 


Index of Private Housing Building 


A 


31 


22 


53 


14.8 


3.2 


Permits (#'s) 


B 


14 


9 


23 


13.0 


2.2 




C 


18 


2 


20 


10.4 


0.2 




R 


52 


26 


78 


11 .4 


1 .4 


Layoff Rate Manufacturing 


A 


45 


24 


69 


10.8 


0.0 


(Inverted) 


B 


28 


18 


46 


9.8 


(0.8) 




C 


14 


14 


28 


6.0 


(4.0) 




R 


71 


34 


105 


10.4 


1 .6 


New Orders, Consumer Goods and 


A 


40 


24 


64 


9.6 


0.6 


Materials 


B 


18 


14 


32 


8.0 


(0.8) 




C 


7 


8 


15 


5.0 


(3.8) 




R 


91 


37 


128 


5.8 


(0.6) 


Contract and Orders for Plant and 


A 


57 


23 


80 


8.0 


(2.2) 


Equipment 


B 


18 


15 


33 


5.8 


(3.2) 




C 


2 





2 


3.2 


(5.0) 




R 


41 


22 


63 


9.4 


1 .0 


Money Balance (Ml) 


A 


27 


6 


33 


9.0 


0.6 




B 


21 


1 


22 


8.0 


(0.4) 




C 


11 


2 


13 


5.6 


(3.4) 




R 


56 


26 


82 


6.2 


(1.2) 


Net Change in Inventories 


A 


48 


19 


67 


5.6 


(2.8) 




B 


42 


1 


43 


4.4 


(1.0) 




C 


27 





27 


4.4 


(3.8) 




R 


86 


23 


109 


7.4 


4.8 


Percent Change in Sensitive Prices 


A 


64 


18 


82 


7.8 


3.8 




B 


38 


8 


46 


6.8 


0.4 




C 


15 


14 


29 


4.0 


(2.4) 




R 


70 


23 


93 


14.8 


8.0 


Percent Change in Total Liquid 


A 


51 


22 


73 


13.2 


6.8 


Assets 


B 


42 


18 


60 


12.2 


4.4 




C 


34 


12 


46 


9.2 


(0.4) 




R 


54 


25 


79 


10.4 


4.0 


Vendor Performance — Percent of 


A 


47 


18 


65 


9.6 


2.6 


Companies Reporting Slower 


B 


29 


12 


41 


7.6 


1 .2 


Deliveries 


C 


21 


7 


28 


4.8 


(1.8) 








Note (x) indicates a lag of x months. 



XIV 



Table II 

Marginal Effects of Filters A, B, C 



Total # 
False Signals 


% 
in 
A 


Reduction 
False Siqnals 
B C 




Loss of 
Peaks 


_ead Time 

Trouqhs 




Series Title 




A 


B C 


A 


B 


C 




48 


52 


83 




100 


1 .2 


2.2 4.8 


1 .4 


3.4 


5.6 


Composite Leading 
Index 


88 


17 


42 




87 


.6 


1.4 3.4 


1 .8 


2.6 


5.4 


Average Work Week 
Mfg. (Hours) 


90 


39 


76 




89 


.6 


2.4 5.0 


1 .0 


2.6 


5.6 


Index of Net Business 
Formation 


109 


52 


70 




83 


.4 


1.6 4.0 


1.0 


2.2 


4.8 


Index of Stock Prices 
(500 Stocks) 


111 


52 


79 




82 


.2 


2.0 4.6 


1 .2 


2.2 


4.2 


Index of Private Housing 
Building Permits (#'s) 


78 


12 


41 




64 


.6 


1.6 5.4 


1 .4 


2.2 


5.4 


Layoff Rate Mfg. 
(Inverted) 


105 


39 


70 




86 


.8 


2.4 5.4 


1.0 


2.4 


5.4 


New Orders, Consumer 
Goods and Materials 


128 


37 


74 




98 


-2.2 


.0 2.6 


1 .6 


2.6 


4.4 


Contract and Orders 
for Plant and Equipment 


63 


48 


65 




79 


.4 


1.4 3.8 


.4 


1 .4 


4.4 


Money Balance (Ml) 


82 


18 


48 




67 


.6 


1.8 1.8 


1 .6 


-.2 


2.6 


Net Change in 
Inventories 


109 


25 


58 




73 


-.4 


.6 3.4 


1 .0 


4.4 


7.2 


Percent Change in 
Sensitive Prices 


93 


22 


35 




51 


1 .6 


2.6 5.6 


1.2 


3.6 


8.4 


Percent Change in 
Total Liquid Assets 


79 


17 


48 




65 


.8 


2.8 5.6 


1 .4 


2.8 


5.8 


Vendor Performance — 
Percent of Companies 
Reporting Slower Deliveries 



Note Negative indicates a gain in lead time due to filtering. 



xv 



Chart — 1 

Monthly Percentage Change 

Industry Selling Price Index, Manufacturing 

Canada, February 1956 to November 1974 




Chart — 2 

Monthly Percentage Change, Filtered 
Industry Selling Price Index, Manufacturing, 
Canada, February 1956 to November 1974 




1956 '58 '60 '62 



68 70 72 74 



XVI 



Chart — 3 



Monthly Percentage Change 

Industry Selling Price Index, Manufacturing, 

Canada, February 1956 to December 1979 




Chart — 4 

Monthly Percentage Change, Filtered 
Industry Selling Price Index, Manufacturing, 
Canada, February 1956 to December 1979 



2.0 



1.8 



1.6 



1.4 



1.2 



1.0 



0.8 



06 



0.4 



0.2 




0.1 



■■■■■■—I ■■■ 



2.0 




1.6 

1.4 

1.2 

1.0 

0.8 

0.6 

0.4 

0.2 


0.1 



1956 '5f 



'60 '62 '64 '66 '68 70 '72 74 76 78 79 



XVII 



Bibliography 

' Jenkins, G.M. and Watts, D.G., Spectral Analysis and Its Ap- 7 Nerlove, Marc, Spectral Analysis of Seasonal Adjustment Pro- 

plications, Holden-Day, 1969. cedures, Econometrica, Vol. 32, July 1964. 



XVIII 



Observations 

Now available: How Contractors and Builders Can Profit From Facts 



A 60 page guide on how contractors and builders 
can benefit by using statistics. This book, third in a 
series for smaller businesses, shows how statistics 
can be used in gauging chances of success for a 
new venture, estimating the market, learning about 
potential customers, analysing one's competitive 
position and effects of inflation on markups, compar- 
ing costs with those of similar firms, and preparing 
an escalation clause in a contract. 

Summaries and detailed accounts of three case 
studies are included. There are also sections on 
where to get statistics and who to ask for help, 



understanding the jargon, and the dos and don'ts of 
using statistics, as well as a list of statistical publica- 
tions relevant to the construction industry. 

(Similar guides have previously been published for 
manufacturers and retailers.) 

Single copies of the guide may be ordered from 
User Advisory Services, Statistics Canada, Ottawa, 
K1A 0T6, or from any of the division's eight regional 
offices. There is a $1 .00 handling fee for each publi- 
cation. Further information: Ellis Drover, Director, 
User Advisory Services, Statistics Canada, Ottawa 
(613-996-5841) or regional offices. ■ 



XIX 



New Analyses of Canada's Population and Economy 



Fourteen studies throw new light on the population 
of Canada. Based on data taken from the 1971 
Census of Population and Agriculture they either 
focus on a special group in Canadian society such 
as the farm population or the migrant population, or 
they treat important attributes of the population such 
as housing, household and family characteristics, 
language use, employment earnings, income, or 
fertility behaviour. 

Farming 

Canada's Farm Population, by R. Paul Shaw, Cat. 
No. 99-750, $2.80 in Canada, $3.40 elsewhere. The 
average per-capita money income for the census- 
farm population aged 15 and over was about one 
half that for the national population aged 15 and 
over in 1970. When income-in-kind was added to 
money income, the per-capita farm income of cen- 
sus-farm* families amounted to 69 per cent of the 
Canadian average. The farm income of census-farm 
families was less than their income from off-farm 
sources in all provinces. On the average, 60 per 
cent of census-farm family income was attributable 
to off-farm employment, and 73 per cent to all off- 
farm sources. Higher-than-average levels of educa- 
tion for the census-farm operator were clearly asso- 
ciated with above-average farm sales and larger 
amounts of farm capital. 

The main topics include socio-economic and demo- 
graphic attributes of the farm population, the effects 
of these and other characteristics on farm family 
incomes, and the determinants of farm performance. 
This study work is the first in-depth study of charac- 
teristics of Canada's farm population, using data 
from linkage of the Agriculture, and Population 
Censuses. 

Off-farm Work by Farmers, by Ray D. Bollman, Cat. 
No. 99-756, $2.80 in Canada, $3.40 elsewhere. 

The proportion of census-farm operators engaged in 
off-farm work has not changed dramatically since 



'Census farms farms with annual sales of $50 or more. 



1941, although more time is being spent in off-farm 
work. In 1971 over 36 per cent of all food items 
produced in Canada were produced by census-farm 
operators who had some off-farm work. The likeli- 
hood of participation in off-farm work increases with 
rises in the number of non-working family members, 
and decreases with rises in non-earned income and 
in the age of the operator. The main topics include 
the history of part-time farming in Canada, off-farm 
work by characteristics of the farm and of the farm 
operator; an explanatory analysis of off-farm work 
and employment income is also provided. 

Income, Housing and Labour Force 

Income Distribution and Inequality in Canada, by 
Roger Love, Cat. No. 99-755, $2.10 in Canada, 
$2.55 elsewhere. Demographic changes tended to 
increase the inequality in the distribution of family 
income between 1960 and 1970. A large amount of 
family-income differences could be explained by 
socio-economic characteristics of the family includ- 
ing age, education, number of wage earners, etc. 
Multi-earner families were more prevalent in 1971 
than in 1961. Over one-third of the 1971 economic 
family units in the top 10 per cent of the income 
distribution had three or more earners. The main 
topics include family income distribution and char- 
acteristics of the family, income differences within 
and between population groups, and income 
inequality. 

An Analysis of Earnings in Canada, by Walter Haes- 
sel and Peter Kuch, Cat. No. 99-758, $3.50 in 
Canada, $4.20 elsewhere. 

Average earnings for individuals in 1970 increased 
with each additional year of schooling and with the 
size of the community in which the persons resided. 
Married males had higher average earnings than the 
unmarried, while the opposite was true of females. 
Female family heads, widows or divorcees tended to 
have higher average earnings than never-married 
females. The main topics include the factors affect- 
ing the size distribution of earnings, the effects of 



xx 



market attributes and socio-economic characteris- 
tics of the population on male earnings and on 
female earnings, and the effects of sex and marital 
status on the distribution of wages and salaries. 

The Demand for Housing in Canada by Marion 
Steele, Cat. No. 99-763, $2.80 in Canada, $3.40 
elsewhere. 

A $1,000 increase in income raised the probability 
of being a household head by three percentage 
points in 1971. A year's education added more to 
housing expenditure for both owners and renters 
than did $500 extra permanent income. The tend- 
ency to own a home in a large urban area increased 
substantially as income increased, but the size of 
income had little effect on the tendency to own a 
home in rural non-farm areas. The likelihood of 
owning a home in a large urban area also increased 
as the number of children or adults living in the 
household increased. While 51 per cent of house- 
holds in large urban areas of Canada were owner- 
occupants, only 36 per cent of large urban areas 
households in Quebec were owners. Immigrants of 
more than five years standing were as likely to head 
their own households as the native-born. Dwellings 
in rural areas, although slightly larger than those in 
urban areas, tended to be older and to have inferior 
plumbing and heating. The mean value of owner- 
occupied single-detached houses in large urban 
areas was 191 per cent of the mean value in rural 
non-farm areas, while average gross rent in large 
urban areas was 165 per cent of that in rural non- 
farm areas. Dwellings in Quebec and the Maritimes 
were generally of lower quality than those in other 
provinces, and those in Quebec had an especially 
low average incidence of central heating. The sub- 
jects explored in this study include the effects of 
income and other economic variables on housing 
decisions, the structure of demand for housing, 
rural-urban and interprovincial variation in housing 
characteristics, and the relation of tenure, rent, and 
house value to the age of the household head. 

Employment and Earnings of Married Females, by 
Alice Nakamura, Masao Nakamura and Dallas Cul- 
len, Cat. No. 99-760, $2.80 in Canada, $3.40 
elsewhere. 

If women had been industrially and occupationally 
distributed in the same fashion as the total labour 
force, female unemployment rates would probably 
have been higher in 1971. Industries identified as 
female-oriented were Finance, Community-Personal 
Service, and Trade industries. Female-oriented 
occupations were Teaching, Medicine and Health, 
Clerical, and Service occupations. On the other 
hand, there were very few women in Forestry, Fish- 



ing and Trapping, Mining and Transportation indus- 
tries and in Natural Science and Engineering, Other 
Primary industries, Construction and Transport 
occupations. Although the average income of 
women was approximately 63 per cent of the aver- 
age income for all wage earners in 1971, much of 
this variation could be explained by the over-repre- 
sentation of part-time workers in the female labour 
force. However, even after taking this factor into 
account, working wives showed hourly average 
earnings lower than their working spouses. The main 
topics of this study include an analysis of the labour 
force behaviour of Canadian wives, a study of the 
communities in which they live, and an assessment 
of the effects of the labour force behaviour of mar- 
ried women on children, on family income distri- 
bution, on home ownership, and on family expendi- 
ture patterns. 

Family and Fertility 

Canadian Households and Families, by Sylvia T. 
Wargon, Cat. No. 99-753, $2.10 in Canada, $2.55 
elsewhere. 

The importance of the two-child family has contin- 
ued to increase in Canada. Marriage and traditional 
family forms are still favoured; but the process of 
family dissolution and reformation has been acceler- 
ating, as has the growth of one-parent families and 
couples having no children. The number of house- 
holds has increased faster than the number of fami- 
lies during the last 20 years because of the increase 
in non-family households, especially those of elderly 
females living alone, and because of the undoubling 
of individuals and families who had previously 
shared the same accommodation. The main topics 
include historical trends in numbers and sizes of 
households and census families, households by 
type, census families by structure and type, demo- 
graphic composition of households and census 
families, and children in census families. 

Patterns of Fertility in Canada, 1971, by T.R. Balak- 
rishnan, G.E. Ebanks and C.F. Grindstaff, Cat. No. 
99-759, $3.50 in Canada, $4.20 elsewhere. 

Urban-rural residence, religon and ethnic origin were 
the key factors explaining the fertility of older Cana- 
dian women in 1971. Among younger women these 
variables did not seem to be as important as factors 
relating to labour force participation and level of 
education. Since 1961, more and more women have 
been having their children in a shorter time-span, 
concentrating their childbearing between the ages of 
20 and 30 years. Also, the rate of childlessness 
among younger women has been increasing. The 
study reports findings of an analysis of the 1971 
Census data with respect to fertility and its various 
socio-economic correlates, emphasizing changes 



XXI 



and differentials in children ever born by age co- 
horts and the related characteristics of Canadian 
women. 

Socio-economic Correlates of Fertility in Canadian 
Metropolitan Areas, 1961 and 1971, by Evelyne 
Lapierre-Adamcyk, Cat. No. 99-757, $2.10 in 
Canada, $2.55 elsewhere. 

Fertility in Canada during the 1966-71 period was 
lowest in the very large metropolitan areas, espe- 
cially in the urbanized cores. Working-class and 
suburban neighbourhoods were the ones most fa- 
vourable to fertility. This relationship was partly a 
result of the decisions made by young couples to 
live in areas where families could best be raised. 
The effects of environment on fertility were examined 
using census tract data for 1961 and 1971. The 
strength of the relation between environmental fac- 
tors and fertility declined from 1961 to 1971. The 
main topics include fertility variations within and 
among Census Metropolitan Areas and the relation 
of environmental factors and socio-economic char- 
acteristics to census-tract variation in fertility rates. 

Language Use 

Language Use in Canada, by John de Vries and 
Frank G. Vallee, Cat. No. 99-762, $2.80 in Canada, 
$3.40 elsewhere. 

There was an increase in the percentage of Canadi- 
ans that were able to speak both English and 
French during the 1960s. By 1971, a little over 13 
per cent of Canada's population could speak both 
official languages and about one in 13 of these 
bilingual persons could speak at least one other 
language. The province of Quebec and the border- 
ing counties in New Brunswick and Ontario con- 
tained more than 86 per cent of all Canadians able 
to speak both English and French while Montreal 
Metropolitan Area alone contained 35 per cent. A 
higher proportion of males could speak the two 
official languages than of females. Some 35 per cent 
of persons with five or more years of university 
could speak both English and French compared to 
13 per cent of persons five years and over who had 
less than a Grade 4 education. As many Canadians 
could speak two or more languages at least one of 
which was not English or French as could speak the 
two official languages. The great majority of the 
former combined English with another language. 
Bilinguals whose acquisition of a second language 
was primarily through school were less likely to 
speak the second language at home than those 
whose acquisition of the second language was in an 
informal setting. This study describes variations in 
the prevalence of bilingualism, and analyses lan- 
guage maintenance and shift, patterns of language 



use, and patterns of linguistic and ethnic 
intermarriage. 

Immigrants and Mobility 

Factors in the Adjustment of Immigrants and Their 
Descendants, by Anthony H. Richmond and Warren 
E. Kalbach, Cat. No. 99-761, $7.50 in Canada, 
$9.00 elsewhere. Canadian-born males had an 
average 1970 income that was 93 per cent of that 
reported by males born outside Canada. Even within 
the same occupational group, the average income of 
immigrants exceeded that of the Canadian-born. 
These differences are partly explained by the higher 
labour force participation of immigrants, their higher 
levels of education and training and their tendency 
to settle in more prosperous areas of Canada. Some 
27 per cent of immigrants that arrived between 
1966 and 1971 had some university experience. 
Immigrants were more likely than the native-born to 
be found in professional or semi-professional em- 
ployment in 1971. Three quarters of all immigrants 
lived in urban areas having more than 30,000 popu- 
lation. This study compares the characteristics of 
immigrants with those of the Canadian-born of for- 
eign parentage and of the Canadian-born of Cana- 
dian parentage. It focuses on the adaptation of 
immigrants by period of immigration with special 
attention to those arriving between 1966 and 1971. 
Emphasis is given to comparisons between Quebec 
and the rest of Canada. 

Poles and Zones of Attraction, by Frangoise Ricour- 
Singh, Cat. No. 99-754, $2.10 in Canada, $2.55 
elsewhere. 

In 1971, for the first time, the Census of Canada 
asked that members of the labour force state their 
usual place of work. Their responses, coded at the 
municipal level, constitute the data base for this 
study. The data are used to measure the influence of 
centres of widely differing sizes and to delineate a 
system of zones of attraction represented by a 
series of detailed maps. Using this data in conjunc- 
tion with the maps derived from it, the problem of 
conflicts of influence is examined and a hierarchy of 
centres is established, from which certain conclu- 
sions about the Canadian "urban system" can be 
drawn. Two sub-systems can be distinguished, one 
around Montreal which is circular in shape, the 
other around Toronto which is semicircular, with a 
tendency toward a linear arrangement. The poles 
and zones outside these two sub-systems are scat- 
tered, sometimes showing a total absence of hierar- 
chy. The presence or absence of zones of attraction, 
as well as their level of development and multiplicity, 
appears to be related to the economic state of the 
regions concerned. This study examines the spatial 
relationship between place of residence and place 



XXII 



of work and its impact on regional organization. A 
series of maps indicating the patterns and the inten- 
sity of the flows linking the geographical centres of 
peripheral municipalities to the poles are presented. 

The Frequency of Geographic Mobility in the Popu- 
lation of Canada, by Leroy 0. Stone, Cat. No. 99- 
751, $1.40 in Canada, $1.70 elsewhere. 

Almost half of the Canadian population changed 
residence between 1966 and 1971 and about one 
quarter moved to a different municipality. More than 
one in 10 changed municipality of residence twice in 
those five years. The most frequent movers were 
native-born Canadians, the better-educated and 
people in the armed forces or teaching, technolog- 
ical, social, religious or artistic occupations. Among 
the subjects explored are the volume and pattern of 
migration, inter-group differences and international 
comparisons and the socio-economic factors affect- 
ing the frequency of inter-municipal mobility. 



Occupational Composition of Canadian Migration, by 
Leroy O. Stone, Cat. No. 99-752, $1.40 in Canada, 
$1.70 elsewhere. 

Whenever a group of migrants moved between an 
urban and a rural area in the 1966-71 period, it was 
the characteristics of the urban area that were most 
influential in shaping the occupational distribution of 
the group, regardless of the direction of the migra- 
tion. This was the result of the dominance of the 
urban area as a source of higher-education facilities 
and of varied job opportunities. It was particularly 
marked when the urban area was a metropolitan 
area. The main topic is the effects of regional char- 
acteristics on the occupational and educational 
composition of migration. 

All these publications can be obtained from Publica- 
tions Distribution, Statistics Canada, Ottawa 
K1A 0T6.B 



XXIII 



National Composition Association 





This award for typographic 
excellence is presented to 

«Stati<5ttcs Canada/ 
JVlphatext Ctmttcd 

in recognition of an outstanding 
example of excellence in typographic 
design, layout, readability and clarity 

Confirmed and attested to^uqu-st ,2&, 1979 

Pr^idep* — ^— . / 

Executive Director 




The judges of the National Composition Associa- 
tion's 1979 Typographical Excellence Competition, 
seeking to honour the best examples of typography 



produced in North America during a twelve month 
period, awarded first place in the tabular matter 
category to the May issue of Canadian Statistical Review. 



XXIV 



Section 1 ■ Selected Economic Indicators 
Analytical Summary 

1.7 Charts 

8.11 Analytical Summary 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 



Billions of dollars 
260 

240 



220 

200 

140 
130 
120 
110 



(Ratio Scale) 




z 




Z 


— 




— 


2 1971 Dollars 




— 


— 




— 



Gross National Product 




Personal Expenditure on Consumer Goods and Services 




z 




Z 


— 




— 


6 1971 Dollars 




^ — 


— ""— —■»-, 


-— ^— * ~" 


— 


— 




— 



32 
30 
28 
26 

24 

Business Gross Fixed Capital Formation 

Implicit Price Indexes, 1971=100 

200 




160 



190 



170 



150 



7 Gross National Expenditure 




8 Personal Expenditure on Consumer Goods and Services 




9 Business Gross Fixed Capital Formation 
1977 1978 

At Annual Rates 





Percentage Change 
6 



— Implicit Price Indexes, 1971 100 




1979 



1977 



1978 



1979 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 

Real Domestic Product by Industry, Volume Indexes, Quarterly, 1971=100 



Indexes 1971=100 
145 



(Ratio Scale) 




120 



2 Manufacturing 




125 



150 



5 Service Producing Industries 




120 



6 Index of Industrial Production (Monthly) 



Canadian Balance of International Payments 

Millions of Dollars, Quarterly 




Percentage Change 
4 




■ ■I I- 



y I K - 



(Arithmetic Scale) 



Net Official Monetary Movements 

Millions of Dollars, Quarterly 
1,500 



(Arithmetic Scale) 




7 Current Account Balance 

1977 1978 



1979 



1977 



1978 



1979 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 



Millions of Dollars 



(Ratio Scale) 




Percentage Change 
6 



8,000 

1 Total Labour Income 

Wages and Salaries 

2,600 
2,400 
2,200 
2,000 
1,800 

1,000 




2,000 



5 Services 



Labour Force Survey 

Thousands of Persons 



12,000 



10,000 



6 Labour Force 



9 Unemployment Rate 
1977 





: 




Labour Force Survey 

Percentage Change 
3 



- ■- ■ 






1978 



1979 



1977 



1978 



1979 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 



Employment Indexes, 1961=100 

Indexes 1961=100 
155 



2 Manufacturing 



120 



7 Average Weekly Hours in Manufacturing 
1977 1978 



(Ratio Scale) 





Percentage Change 
2 











JL 


■ mUM ■ 







-2 



I 



-6 



■ - _ j: ■ 



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j 




-2 



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Y 



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1979 



1977 



1978 



1979 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 



2.2 — 
1.8 — 



1.4 



(Ratio Scale) Percentage Change 
— 40 



1 Ratio of Manufacturing Inventories Owned to Shipments 
Thousands of Units 
130 




2 New Passenger Car Sales 
Millions of dollars 
1,400 




3 Value of Building Permits 
Thousands of Units 
300 




W-Y^ 



100 



4 New dwelling Units Started (Centres of 10,000 and Over) 



Value of Retail Trade 

Millions of Dollars 
8,000 
7,000 
6,000 
5.000 




8 Merchandise Exports (Including Re-Exports) 




3,000 



9 Merchandise Imports 

1977 1978 



20 



-20 



-40 



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60 



r- 40 



20 



-20 



-40 



























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r r 























20 



-20 



20 



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-20 



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1979 



1977 



1978 



1979 



Selected Economic Indicators 



Millions of Tons 
30 



(Adjusted for Seasonality) (Ratio Scale) 




Percentage Change 
14 



(Adjusted for Seasonality) 



3 Govt, of Canada Average Bond Yield (10 Years and Over) 



Price Indexes 

Indexes 1971=100 
220 



(Not Adjusted for Seasonality) 




140 



280 



4 Consumer Price Index, Total 




140 



6 Industry Selling Price Index (Gross Weighted Total) 

1977 1978 1979 




Price Indexes 

4 



(Not Adjusted for Seasonality) 





1977 



1978 



1979 



Section 1 

Selected economic indicators- analytical summary 1 



February 1980 









Personal expenditure 






Implicit price indexes 












Personal 












on consumer goods 


Total | 


gross 


Gross 


expend- 




Real domestic 


product 


Years. 


Gross national 


product 


and services 


fixed capita 


I formation 


national 


iture on 


Total 


indexes 




quarters 
and 














expenditure 
1971 


consumer 


gross fixed 






Current 


1971 


Current 


1971 


Current 


1971 


goods and 


capital 




Manu- 


months 


dollars 


dollars 


dollars 


dollars 


dollars 


dollars 


dollars 


services 


formation 


Total 


facturing 


Section, 
Table 


S3/T1.1 


S3/T1.3 


S3/T1.2 


S3/T1.3 


S3/T1.2 


S3/T1.3 


S3/T1.8 


S3/T1.8 


S3/T1.8 


S3/T2.1 


S3/T2.1 




( 




$000,000 






) 


( 


1971 = 100 


) 


( 1961/71 


= 100 ) 


1961 


39,646 


54,741 


25,930 


33,761 


8,392 


11,748 


72.4 


76.8 


71.4 


100.0 


100.0 


1962 


42,927 


58,475 


27,452 


35,272 


8,885 


12,278 


73.4 


77.8 


72.4 


107.0 


109.1 


1963 


45,978 


61,487 


29,225 


36,992 


9,556 


12,841 


74.8 


79.0 


74.4 


112.9 


116.5 


1964 


50,280 


65,610 


31,389 


39,218 


11,205 


14,549 


76.6 


80.0 


77.0 


120.6 


127.6 


1965 


55,364 


69,981 


33,947 


41,606 


13,179 


16,259 


79.1 


81.6 


81.1 


129.4 


139.2 


1966 


61,828 


74,844 


36,890 


43,778 


15,361 


18,015 


82.6 


84.3 


85.3 


138.2 


149.8 


1967 


66,409 


77,344 


39,972 


45,863 


15,628 


17,942 


85.9 


87.2 


87.1 


143.0 


154.2 


1968 


72,586 


81,864 


43,704 


48,138 


15,754 


17,964 


88.7 


90.8 


87.7 


151.0 


163.6 


1969 


79,815 


86,225 


47,492 


50,353 


17,232 


18,850 


92.6 


94.3 


91.4 


160.3 


175.9 


1970 


85,685 


88,390 


50,327 


51,526 


18,015 


18,904 


96.9 


97.7 


95.3 


164.0 


173.6 


1971 


94,450 


94,450 


55,616 


55,616 


20,800 


20,800 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


1972 


105,234 


100,248 


62,208 


59,841 


23,051 


21,955 


105.0 


104.0 


105.0 


105.5 


107.1 


1973 


123,560 


107,812 


71,278 


63,879 


27,848 


24,384 


114.6 


111.6 


114.2 


113.6 


117.6 


1974 


147,528 


111,678 


83,388 


67,160 


34,260 


25,694 


132.1 


124.2 


133.3 


119.0 


122.0 


1975 


165,343 


113,005 


96,995 


70,645 


40,044 


26,661 


146.3 


137.3 


150.2 


119.8 


114.3 


1976 


191,166 


119,116 


110,655 


75,093 


44,895 


27,389 


160.5 


147.4 


163.9 


126.1 


120.8 


1977 


209,379 


121,949 


122,425 


77,272 


48,193 


27,243 


171.7 


158.4 


176.9 


130.1 


124.1 


1978 


230,407 


126,127 


135,220 


79,563 


52.028 


27,209 


182.7 


170.0 


191.2 


135.3 


133.8 



Percentage change from previous quarter 



1977-1 


2.0 


0.9 


2.5 


0.3 


2.8 


0.6 


1.1 


2.2 


2.1 


0.9 


2.2 


2 


2.7 


0.5 


1.7 


-0.5 


2.4 


-0.1 


2.2 


2.1 


2.5 


0.6 


0.3 


3 


2.0 


0.5 


2.5 


0.6 


2.5 


0.3 


1.5 


1.9 


2.2 


0.8 


0.3 


4 


2.5 


1.4 


2.7 


0.8 


-0.4 


-1.7 


1.1 


1.8 


1.3 


0.5 


1.0 


1978-1 


2.1 


0.6 


2.5 


1.0 


0.7 


-1.4 


1.5 


1.5 


2.1 


1.4 


2.0 


2 


3.0 


0.9 


2.4 


0.7 


5.2 


2.8 


2.1 


1.6 


2.3 


1.0 


3.4 


3 


2.4 


1.1 


3.0 


1.2 


2.0 


0,4 


1.3 


1.8 


1.6 


1.2 


2.7 


4 


2.1 


0.7 


2.3 


0.0 


2.5 


0.4 


1.4 


2.3 


2.1 


1.2 


2.2 


1979-1 


4.3 


1.5 


3.4 


1.5 


2.3 


0.0 


2.7 


1.9 


2.2 


0.5 


0.2 


2 


2.6 


-0.7 


2.1 


-0.3 


3.3 


1.4 


3.3 


2.4 


1.9 


-0.2 


-1.7 


3 


3.6 


1.3 


3.8 


1.3 


5.8 


4.0 


2.3 


2.5 


1.8 


1.4 


1.6r 



Information m this Section is selected from the sections and tables of the Review; for example, Section 3. Table 1.1 is identified as S3/T1.1. 

'Actual data 

Note: Percentage changes are based on seasonally adiusted data unless otherwise indicated. Monthly and quarterly series and their CANSIM identifiers appear in Sections and 

Tables identified at the head of the data columns 



February 1980 

Selected economic indicators-analytical summary 



Section 1 /Continued 





indexes 


Industrial 
production 


Balance of international payments 


Total 
labour 
income 




Wages and 


salaries 








Current 
account 
balance 


Net 

capital 

movement 


Net Net 

errors official 

and monetary 

omissions movements 


Years, 
quarters 




Manu- 
facturing 


Con- 
struction 


Trade 


Services 


Construction Trade 


Services 


months 


S3/T2.1 S3/T2 1 


S3/T2.1 


S3 T2 2 


S3/T3.1 


S3/T3.3 


S3/T3 3 S3/T3 3 


S4/T2 


S4/T2 


S4/T2 


S4/T2 


S4/T2 


Section/ 
Table 





1961/71 = 


= 100 


) 


( 






$000,000 








) 




100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


-928 


1,063 


157 


292 


20,399.4 


5,828.8 


1,493.4 


2,754.0 


3,424.4 


1961 


105.0 


106.5 


106.2 


108.5 


-830 


1,129 


-145 


154 


21,815.6 


6,232 1 


1,613.6 


2,970.4 


3,758.2 


1962 


107.1 


111.8 


113.2 


115.4 


-521 


634 


32 


145 


23,262.4 


6,640.1 


1,693.4 


3,184.1 


4,098.9 


1963 


116.4 


120.3 


121.5 


126.0 


-424 


675 


113 


364 


25,3666 


7,238.9 


1,890.3 


3,430.5 


4,567.2 


1964 


128.7 


130.2 


130.4 


136.7 


-1,130 


1,527 


-239 


158 


28,201.4 


7,997.4 


2,262.1 


3,738.9 


5,138.3 


1965 


139.7 


138.2 


140.4 


146.8 


-1,162 


985 


-182 


-359 


31,877.9 


8.889.8 


2,686.3 


4,0983 


5,909.2 


1966 


137.6 


144.2 


152.4 


152.5 


-499 


1,020 


-501 


20 


35,303.2 


9,530.1 


2,833.1 


4,493.1 


6,973.2 


1967 


142.2 


150.0 


160.4 


162.3 


-97 


1.230 


-784 


349 


38,444.4 


10,157.1 


2,899.4 


4,914.0 


7,918.3 


1968 


146.1 


158 


171.4 


173.4 


-917 


1,201 


-219 


65 


43,064.5 


11,088.2 


3,243.2 


5,549.7 


9,220.6 


1969 


143.5 


160 5 


178.7 


175.9 


1,106 


811 


-387 


1.663 


46,705.8 


11,588.8 


3,435.9 


6,053.6 


10,388.7 


1970 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


431 


1,694 


-1,348 


896 


51,528.1 


12,293.4 


4,214.9 


6,561.9 


11,575.9 


1971 


102.4 


109.2 


104.2 


107.5 


-386 


2,060 


-1,455 


336 


57,570.0 


13,580.9 


4,580.9 


7,413.5 


12,902.7 


1972 


107.5 


118 9 


108.8 


118.1 


108 


75 


-650 


-467 


66,501.2 


15,527.8 


5,611.4 


8,523.7 


14,741.7 


1973 


112.6 


128.0 


115.0 


122.2 


-1,460 


2,351 


-867 


24 


79,844.0 


18,124.6 


6,730.3 


10,193.1 


17,622.3 


1974 


116.7 


128.8 


119.9 


114.9 


-4,757 


5,555 


-1,203 


-405 


93,289.3 


19,932.7 


8,121.0 


11,985.6 


21,087.7 


1975 


122.8 


135.1 


125.7 


121.3 


-3,842 


8,022 


-3,658 


522 


107,914.0 


22,794.7 


8,521.3 


13,627.3 


25,144.8 


1976 


121.8 


136.5 


129 9 


125.2 


-4,299 


4,729 


-1,851 


-1,421 


119,002.5 


24,716.8 


9,245.8 


14,449.7 


28,106.4 


1977 


120.7 


1409 


134.0 


132.4 


-5,302 


3,740 


-1,737 


-3,299 


129,884.6 


27,203.9 


8,929.3 


15,595.0 


31,013.5 


1978 



Percentage change from previous quarter 











(*) 


(*) 


(*) 


(*) 














0.2 


-2.0 


0.4 


0.2 


-1,150 


2,374 


-1,162 


-12 


28 


2.3 


4.5 


0.7 


3.4 


2-1977 


■0.7 


1.4 


0.8 


0.6 


-1.325 


324 


-134 


-352 


2.8 


2.5 


1.3 


1.6 


4.0 


3 


•1.1 


0.7 


0.9 


1.0 


-771 


1,643 


-1,023 


-291 


1.9 


1.6 


0.5 


2.0 


1.8 


4 


•0.9 


1.2 


1.1 


1.6 


-954 


350 


-463 


-1,594 


1.7 


2.4 


-5.8 


2.8 


2.0 


1-1978 


3.9 


08 


0.2 


1.6 


-1,246 


3,284 


-1,304 


576 


2.6 


3.3 


2.4 


1.1 


2.5 


2 


■2.7 


1.1 


1.0 


2.0 


-1,337 


-1,070 


-1,028 


-2,586 


2.0 


2.4 


-3.0 


2.4 


2.1 


3 


■1.9 


-0.1 


0.8 


2.6 


-1,765 


1,176 


1,058 


305 


2.9 


2.8 


0.6 


1.8 


3.3 


4 


■3.0 


1.6 


1.0 


1.0 


-1,447 


5,010 


1,780 


1,029 


2.3 


4.4 


06 


3.8 


1.0 


1-1979 


•0.3r 


-0.8 


0.1 


-1.2 


-1,476 


2,414 


-29 


1,440 


3.1 


2.3 


4.4 


3.2 


3.7 


2 


0.2r 


1.9r 


1.0 


2.4 


-1,165 


1,032 


-680 


307 


3.1r 


2.6 


3.6r 


3.3r 


2.9r 


3 



Percentage change from previous month 

0.1 

0.2 
1.7 
0.3 

1.1 

-1.4 
2.0 

-0.2 
0.1 
4.0 

-0.6 
0.6 
0.5 

04 
-0.2 
0.7 
-1.7 
0.8 
-0.9 
2.1 
0.1 
2.4a 
-0.9r 
-0.4 



1.4 



0.3 



46 



28 



1.3 



D-1977 



■0.6 


0.1 


-9.2 


0.1 


-0.7 


J- 1978 


1.5 


2.4 


2.7 


0.9 


1.6 


F 


0.7 


0.6 


-1.4 


1.0 


1.4 


M 


0.3 


0.3 


2.3 


-0.3 


0.6 


A 


1.0 


1.7 


0.2 


-0.1 


0.1 


M 


1.8 


1.9 


0.1 


1.4 


1.1 


J 


•0.4 


-0.3 


-2.7 


0.3 


0.2 


J 


0.6 


05 


-2.9 


1.4 


1.2 


A 


1.2 


1.4 


4.7 


0.7 


1.0 


S 


0.7 


0.5 


-1.2 


0.1 


1.8 





1.3 


1.5 


-0.9 


0.8 


0.3 


N 


0.7 


0.3 


1.2 


0.7 


0.9 


D 


0.4 


3.2 


-1.1 


2.2 


-0.9 


J- 1979 


0.7 


0.6 


0.2 


0.4 


0.8 


F 


1.7 


0.1 


3.5 


1.6 


2.0 


M 


0.1 


0.6 


-0.2 


0.5 


0.5 


A 


1.7 


1.8 


2.9 


1.9 


1.3 


M 


1.3 


0.8 


0.6 


0.3 


2.0 


J 


0.9r 


1.2 


1.0 


1.3 


0.7 


J 


0.8r 


-0.1 


0.5 


1.3r 


0.4r 


A 


0.5r 


0.8 


2.4r 


0.7c 


0.4r 


S 


0.7r 


0.1f 


-2.9r 


-0.4 


O.Sr 





0.0 


0.2 


-2.0 


0.8 


0.1 


N 



Section 1 /Continued 

Selected economic indicators- analytical summary 



February 1980 























Average 


Average 


Ratio of 
manu- 
facturing 






New 

dwelling 

units 






Labour 


force 






Employment indexes 




hourly 


weekly 


inven- 


New 




started 


Years. 




















earnings 


hours 


tories 


passen- 


(centres 


quarters 








Unem- 


Industrial 










in 


in 


owned 


ger 


Building 


10,000 


and 






Unem- 


ployment 


com- 


Manu- 


Con- 






manu- 


manu- 


to ship- 


car 


permits 


and 


months 


Total 


Employed 


ployed 


rate 


posite 


facturing 


struction 


Trade 


Services 


facturing 


facturing 


ments 


sales 


total 


over) 


Section 
Table 


S4/T3 


S4/T3 


S4/T3 


S4/T3 


S4/T9 


S4/T9 


S4/T9 


S4/T9 


S4/T9 


S4/T15 


S4/T16 


S6/T1 


S6/T13 


S8/T1 


S8/T6 




( 


000'S Of 


persons 


) 


( 




1961 = 100 




) 


$ 






units $000,000 




1961 










100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


99.9 


100.0 


1.83 


40.6 


2.22 


437,319 


2,244.3 


92,741 


1962 










102.2 


103.8 


101.1 


101.2 


101.6 


1.88 


40.7 


2.15 


502,565 


2,516.6 


102,008 


1963 










104.3 


106.2 


100.0 


103.5 


105.9 


1.95 


40.8 


2.06 


557,787 


2,823.2 


118,512 


1964 










108.2 


111.1 


104.1 


108.1 


114.6 


2.02 


41.0 


2.00 


616,759 


3,267.6 


133,562 


1965 










1K.3 


117.2 


117.5 


114.3 


125.9 


2.12 


41.0 


2.01 


708,716 


3,809.6 


135,218 


1966 


7,493 


7,242 


251 


3.4 


120.7 


123.5 


128.8 


122.1 


139.1 


2.25 


40.8 


2.05 


694,820 


3,715.1 


108,329 


1967 


7,747 


7,451 


296 


3.8 


122.6 


123.2 


122.2 


125.8 


153.1 


2.40 


40.3 


2.14 


679,435 


4,067.8 


131,858 


1968 


7,951 


7,593 


358 


4.5 


122.7 


122.1 


119.6 


129.4 


157.4 


2.58 


40.3 


2.00 


741,915 


4,775.7 


162,267 


1969 


8,194 


7,832 


362 


4.4 


127.0 


125.2 


119.1 


136.5 


171.8 


2.79 


40.0 


1.98 


760,803 


4,895.6 


169,739 


1970 


8,395 


7,919 


476 


5.7 


127.1 


122.8 


113.9 


139 2 


178.5 


3.01 


39.7 


2.13 


640,360 


4,700.2 


150,999 


1971 


8,639 


8,104 


535 


6.2 


127.8 


121.6 


115.5 


140.3 


186.4 


3.28 


39.7 


1.98 


780,762 


5,730.1 


180,948 


1972 


8,897 


8,344 


553 


6.2 


1299 


123.7 


109.3 


146.2 


193.5 


3.54 


40.0 


1.88 


858,959 


6,463.6 


206,954 


1973 


9,276 


8,761 


515 


5.5 


135.9 


129.9 


109 9 


155.3 


206 1 


3.85 


39.6 


1.81 


970,828 


8,558.9 


211,543 


1974 


9,639 


9,125 


514 


5.3 


142.8 


133.8 


117.1 


165.7 


224.0 


4.37 


38.9 


1.92 


942,797 


9,280.1 


169,437 


1975 


9,974 


9,284 


690 


6.9 


141.1 


126.3 


117.1 


1685 


231.9 


5.06 


38.6 


2.12 


989,280 


10,598.0 


181,846 


1976 


10,206 


9,479 


727 


7.1 


144.1 


128.1 


113.8 


172.2 


242.8 


5.76 


38.7 


202 


946,488 


12.199.3 


209,762 


1977 


10,498 


9,648 


850 


8.1 


144.3 


126.3 


110.9 


169.6 


250.1 


638 


38.7 


1.98 


991,398 


12,419.8 


200,201 


1978 


10,882 


9,972 


911 


8.4 


146.5 


127.6 


99.6 


173.7 


2607 


6.84 


38.8 


1.83 


988,890 


13,134.7 


178.678 


1979 


11,207 


10,369 


838 


7.5 






















151,717 



Percentage change from previous quarter 



1978-1 


0.8/ 


08/ 


0.8/ 


00 


1.2 


05 


-5.7 


30 


2.9 


1.1 


-1.1 


(*) 

1.94 


3.2 


-3.1 


19.3 


2 


1.3/ 


1.1/ 


2.5/ 


1.2 


0.1 


0.3 


-07 


0.0/ 


-0.1 


1.1 


1.3 


1.85 


0.9 


7.0 


-34.3/ 


3 


1.0 


1.0/ 


1.0/ 


0.0/ 


1.1 


1.3 


-3.1 


1.3 


0.8 


26 


0.3 


1.81 


4.4 


1.6 


6.2 


4 


0.4f 


0.8/ 


-3.7/ 


-3.9/ 


0.2 


0.7 


-1.1 


-0.3 


1.0 


2.0 


03 


1.73 


-16.1 


8.7 


-0.1 


1979-1 


1.0/ 


1.3/ 


-2.6/ 


-37/ 


1.1 


1.1 


-1.9 


1.1 


1.5 


1.9 


-0.3 


1.79 


15.8 


-12.6 


-5.2/ 


2 


0.2/ 


0.5/ 


-2.9/ 


-3.4/ 


04 


0.3 


04 


0.7 


-0.3 


23 


00 


1.87 


-3.2 


10.0 


-10.2/ 


3 


0.6/ 


1.1/ 


-5.4/ 


-6.1/ 


1.1 


0.9/ 


2.1/ 


2.2 


2.1/ 


2.5 


-0.3/ 


1.88 


6.2 


10.9 


0.1 


4 


1.3/ 


1.2/ 


3.2 


1.9/ 


















-11.6 




127 


Percentage change 


from 


previous 


month 
























1 977-N 


1 


0.1/ 


0.8/ 


1.2 


-06 


-0 2 


-13 


-04 


-02 


0.8 


-03 


1.99 


1.8 


14.2 


1.0 


D 


0.2/ 


0.1/ 


1.0/ 


12 


-02 


-04 


0.1 


0.0 


-07 


06 


08 


1.97 


-13.1 


5.3 


14.6 


1978- J 


0.0/ 


0.2/ 


-2.0 


-2.4 


1.2 


0.6 


-4.0 


2.7 


2.7 


-02 


-2.8 


1.96 


11.3 


-6.7 


8.4 


F 


0.7/ 


0.6/ 


1.6/ 


1.2/ 


06 


0.3 


-2.3 


07 


1.4 


0.6 


2.6 


1.95 


40 


-7.5 


-4.4 


M 


0.6/ 


0.5 


2.5/ 


12/ 


-0.1 


1 


0.4 


-0.2 


-0.5 


0.6 


-1.3 


1.90 


-3.6 


4.3 


10.6 


A 


0.1/ 


0.2/ 


-1.0/ 


-1.2 


-0.1 


0.1 


-0.5 


-0.2 


-0.2 


00 


1.0 


188 


3.2 


8.7 


-34.5 


M 


0.5/ 


0.4 


2.3/ 


2.4/ 


0.1 


0.1 


-0.2 


-0.3 


-0.1 


06 


0.5 


1 86 


-2.7 


-3.3 


-7.0 


J 


0.4 


0.5/ 


-0.5/ 


-1.2/ 


0.3 


00 


1.5 


0.6 


00 


0.3 


-0.3 


1.82 


1.9 


1.7 


0.2 


J 


04 


0.5/ 


-0.4/ 


-1.2/ 


0.6 


1.0 


-2.8 


07 


1.0 


0.9 


0.5 


1.82 


-1.2 


7 


6.2 


A 


0.1/ 


0.0/ 


0.9/ 


1.2 


03 


02 


-2.4 


0.9 


-0.7 


1.2 


-0.3 


186 


-1.1 


0.0 


10.1 


S 


0.2 


0.1 


1.3/ 


1.2 


0.1 


0.4 


1.3 


-0.7 


0.8 


1.4 


0.0 


1.75 


18.1 


2.7 


-11.8 





-0.1 


0.3 


-4.6/ 


-4.7/ 


-0.1 


-0.1 


-0.5 


-0.3 


0.5 


0.0 


-0.3 


1.74 


-19.5 


5.0 


8.0 


N 


0.3 


0.3/ 


0.1/ 


00 


0.1 


0.4 


-1.5 


0.1 


-0 1 


0.9 


0.5 


1.74 


-8.0 


-5.2 


122 


D 


0.5/ 


0.6/ 


-0.9/ 


-1.2 


0.4 


05 


1.2 


04 


0.9 


03 


08 


1.72 


-2.7 


16.5 


-285 


1979-J 


0.6/ 


0.7/ 


-07/ 


-1.2/ 


0.7 


0.5 


-2.3 


1.1 


08 


1.1 


-0.5 


1.78 


13.4 


-24.4 


40.4 


F 


-0.2 


00 


-2.4/ 


-2.5 


0.1 


0.5 


0.0 


-03 


0.1 


0.1 


-10 


1.80 


6 0/ 


-2.9 


-32.4 


M 


0.4 


0.3/ 


0.5 


00 


-0.1 


-0.8 


0.3 


-0.2 


0.1 


07 


0.8 


1.79 


9.0/ 


26.0 


16.4 


A 


0.1 


0.1/ 


0.2/ 


00 


0.1 


0.5 


-1.7 


0.2 


-0.8 


1.2 


-0.3 


1.85 


-10.6 


-8.5 


-4.2 


M 


0.0/ 


0.2/ 


-2.9/ 


-2.6/ 


04 


-0.1 


2.1 


0.9 


0.6 


0.4 


0.5 


1 88 


0.9 


10.6 


1.4 


J 


0.0 


0.2 


-2.4/ 


-2.6 


0.3 


0.5 


1.5 


0.3 


0.0 


07 


-0.8 


1.89 


-0.2 


-6.7 


-9.0 


J 


0.2 


0.5 


-3.3/ 


-4.1/ 


0.7 


0.8 


0.8 


1.1 


1.1 


1.1 


0.3 


1.87 


14 


9.4 


-6.0 


A 


0.4 


0.4 


1.3/ 


1.4/ 


-0.2 


-0.7 


-07 


0.8 


0.8 


0.9 


-0.5 


1.90 


-13.3 


4.6 


28.5 


S 


0.1/ 


0.2/ 


-1.2/ 


-1.4 


05 


0.5/ 


0.1/ 


0.1 


0.6/ 


0.5 


0.3/ 


1.87 


6.3 


-0.9 


-14.1 


O 


1.0/ 


0.7 


5.8/ 


42 


on 


-0.4/ 


-1.2/ 


-0.6/ 


1.3/ 


0.7/ 


-0.3/ 


1.88 


-11.9 


-12.2/ 


23.7 


N 


0.2 


0.4 


-2.3/ 


-1.4 


-0.1 


-02 


-2.3 


0.1 


0.2 


07 


-05 


1.92 


2.8 


6.1 


-6.0 


D 


-0.2 


-0.1 


-1.7/ 


-2.7 


















1.9 




-8.8 


1980- J 


1.0 


06 


5.1 


42 

























Actual data 
Note: Percentage changes are based on seasonally adjusted data unless otherwise indicated Monthly and quarterly series and their CANSIM identifiers appear in Sections and 
Tables identified at the head ot the data columns. 



10 



February 1980 

Selected economic indicators-analytical summary 



Section 1 /Concluded 





Value 


of retail 


trade 




Mer- 
chandise 
exports 
(including 
re- 
exports) 


Mer- 
chandise 
imports 


Rail 

revenue 

freight 

loaded 


Three 

month 

treasury 

bill 

yield 


Gov't of 

Canada 

average 

bond 

yield 

10 years 

and over 


Not seasonally adjusted 








Consumer price index 


Gross 
weighted 
industrial 

selling 
price 

index 


Years, 
quarters 






Total 
ex motor 
vehicles 




Motor 
vehicles 
dealers 


Tota 


Total Food 


months 


S10/T1 




S10/T1 




S10/T1 


S11/T1 


S11/T2 


S12/T1 


S13/T8 


S13/T8 


S5/T2 S5/T2 


S5/T1 


Section/ 
Table 



$00C 


,000 






) 


000 tons 


% 


% 




( 1971 = 


= 100 


) 


16,073 




2,599 


5,902.6 


5,768.6 


130,448 


2.83 


5.05 


75.0 


76.1 


82.4 


1961 


17,137 




2,957 


6,347.7 


6,257.8 


135,028 


4.01 


5.11 


75.8 


77.5 


83.3 


1962 


18,207 




3,312 


6,980.1 


6,558.1 


147,761 


3.57 


5.09 


77.2 


80.0 


84.4 


1963 


19,493 




3,612 


8,303.2 


7,487.8 


174,069 


3.74 


5.18 


78.6 


81.3 


85.1 


1964 


21,155 




4,175 


8,766.8 


8,633.2 


179,867 


3.97 


5.21 


80.5 


83.4 


86.2 


1965 


22,686 


18,349 


4,338 


10,325.4 


10,071.9 


188,672 


5.00 


5.69 


83.5 


88.7 


88.7 


1966 


24,155 


19,722 


4,433 


11,419.9 


10,872.6 


185,927 


4.59 


5.94 


86.5 


89.9 


90.4 


1967 


25,711 


20,997 


4,714 


13,624.0 


12,358.1 


192,458 


6.24 


6.75 


90.0 


92.8 


92.3 


1968 


27,401 


22,605 


4,796 


14,871.1 


14,130.4 


183,270 


7.14 


7.58 


94.1 


96.7 


95.8 


1969 


28,034 


23,837 


4,197 


16,820.1 


13,951.9 


207,211 


6.12 


7.91 


97.2 


98.9 


98.1 


1970 


30,648 


25,722 


4,925 


17,818.2 


15,617.0 


213,120 


3.62 


6.95 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


1971 


33,930 


28,267 


5,663 


20,149.8 


18,669 3 


213,851 


3.55 


7.23 


104.8 


107.6 


104.4 


1972 


38,335 


30,913 


7,422 


25,420.6 


23,325.4 


240,575 


5.39 


7.56 


112.7 


123.3 


116.1 


1973 


44,751 


36,448 


8,303 


32,442.5 


31,722.1 


244,748 


7.78 


8.90 


125.0 


143.4 


138.1 


1974 


51,399 


41,216 


10,184 


33,328.3 


34,715.7 


228,704 


8.37 


9.04 


138.5 


161.9 


153.7 


1975 


57,167 


46,109 


11,058 


38,475.3 


37,494.0 


241,262 


8.89 


9.18 


148.9 


166.2 


161.6 


1976 


61,651 


49,902 


11,750 


44,553.5 


42,332.3 


251,112 


7.35 


8.70 


160.8 


180.1 


174.3 


1977 


68,859 


55,380 


13,480 


52,842.3 


49,937.7 


242,065 


8.58 


9.27 


175.2 


208.0 


190.4 


1978 


76,978 




15,519 






262,454 


11.57 


10.21 


191.2 


235.4 


217.8 


1979 



Percentage change from previous quarter 



3.5 


2.3 


8.9 


5.2 


12.3 


-12.9 


(*) 
8.18 


(*) 
9.23 


2.4 


5.9 


2.8 


2 


3.9 


2.6 


8.8 


3.0 


2.2 


16.3 


8.74 


9.16 


2.5 


4.7 


2.1 


3 


1.0 


3.1 


-7.0 


8.9 


10.2 


3.1 


10.08 


9.53 


1.6 


-0.5 


3.4 


4 


4.6 


3.3 


10.2 


7.7r 


7.8r 


-2.6 


10.83 


9.90 


2.3 


5.0 


4.7 


1 


1.6 


1.8 


1.5 


-1.5c 


-22 


5.5 


10.83 


9.69 


2.6 


4.0 


3.1 


2 


4.1 




7.1 


10.0r 


10.0 


0.9 


11.26 


10.12 


2.0 


1.8 


2.9r 


3 


0.1 




-4.2 


5.7 


2.7 


-1.7 


13.36 


11.14 


2.3 


1.2 


3.6 


4 



Percentage change from previous month 



1978 



1979 



1.4 


1.3 


1.6 


-1.1 


0.5 


5.3 


7.14 


9.06 


0.4 


0.8 


1.3 


J- 1978 


1.9 


1.3 


4.6 


6.2 


3.5 


0.0 


7.24 


9.15 


0.7 


0.7 


0.7 


F 


0.7 


0.5 


1.2 


-0.4 


-7.2 


-6.8 


7.62 


9.17 


1.1 


1.4 


0.9 


M 


1.2 


0.2 


5.6 


13.7 


29.1 


-5.1 


8.18 


9.22 


0.2 


1.7 


1.5 


A 


1.3 


1.6 


-0.1 


-12.2 


-15.4 


-8.1 


8.13 


9.23 


1.4 


3.3 


0.4 


M 


1.1 


0.7 


2.6 


-2.9 


2.4 


5.1 


8.24 


9.23 


0.9 


2.0 


0.5 


J 


-0.2 


-0.1 


-0.3 


3.5 


5.8 


8.5 


8.43 


9.17 


1.5 


4.0 


0.6 


J 


2.2 


1.8 


3.8 


3.2 


-2.4 


10.6 


8.77 


9.16 


0.1 


-1.4 


0.8 


A 


4.1 


1.6 


13.8 


12.3 


7.5 


-1.0 


9.02 


9.15 


-0.2r 


-2.4 


1.2 


S 


-2.7 


-0.3 


-11.0 


-4.4 


2.5 


-3.0r 


9.52 


9.48 


1.0 


1.2 


1.9 


o 


-0.3 


0.9 


-5.3 


8.0 


3.6 


4.0 


10.29 


9.54 


0.8 


0.3 


0.5 


N 


1.9 


3.4 


-4.6 


-2.2 


2.8 


2.5 


10.43 


9.68 


0.3 


0.6 


0.4 


D 


0.4 


-1.4 


8.8 


7.1/- 


3.1r 


-3.9 


10.80 


9.82 


0.8 


1.9 


2.7 


J- 1979 


2.6 


2.3 


3.5 


-5.0 


-3.2 


-7.6 


10.78 


9.97 


0.9 


2.5 


1.8 


F 


37 


1.6 


12.1 


8.8r 


11.6 


11.5 


10.90 


9.91 


1.2 


2.5 


0.9 


M 


-4.0 


-1.8 


-11.9 


-6.8 


-8.7 


-3.0 


10.84 


9.66 


0.7 


1.0 


1.1 


A 


3.5 


2.4 


8.3 


5.4 


5.0 


6.0 


10.84 


9.68 


1.0 


0.6 


0.8 


M 


0.5 


0.5 


0.7 


-5.7r 


-7.4 


-0.3 


10.82 


9.73 


0.5 


0.5 


0.7 


J 


2.0 


1.7r 


3.1 


6.2 


9.6 


-1.0 


10.91 


9.84 


0.8 


1.7 


1.1a 


J 


0.6 


0.9 


-0.9 


0.9r 


6.5 


-0.6 


11.32 


10.15 


0.7r 


-0.7 


0.8r 


A 


0.6 




4.0 


15.4r 


-0.8 


1.7 


11.57 


10.38 


0.9 


0.2 


1.5 


S 


-1.2 




-4.5 


-3.3f 


4.0r 


-1.1 


12.86 


11.16 


0.7 


0.7 


1.7/ 


O 


-0.3r 




-0.6r 


-4.1r 


-Mr 


-3.5r 


13.61 


10.94 


1.0 


0.2 


0.4r 


N 


2.3 




-4.4 


6.5 


-4.7 


2.3 


13.63 


11.32 


0.6 

0.6 


1.4 
0.3 


0.9 


D 

J- 1980 



11 



Section 2 ■ Population Statistics 

14 1. Population by Province 

14 2. Immigration to Canada, by Country of Last Permanent Residence 

15 3. Immigration to Canada, by Province of (Intended) Destination 

15 4. Immigration to Canada, by (Intended) Occupational Group 

16 5. Births, by Province 
16 6. Deaths, by Province 
16 7. Marriages, by Province 



13 



Section 2-Tables 1 and 2 

Table 1: Population,! by province (thousands) 



February 1980 



Year 
and 
quarter 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask 


Alia 


B.C. 


Yukon 


N.W.T. 


D 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


e 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


1978 June 


23,482.6 


569.0 


122.0 


841.0 


694.9 


6,283.0 


8,445.0 


1,032.8 


947.5 


1,952.1 


2,530.1 


21.7 


43.6 


1979 June 


23,671.5 


574.0 


122.8 


846.9 


701.0 


6,298.8 


8,499.8 


1,030.5 


957.1 


2,008.9 


2,566.9 


21.6 


43.2 


1977 Jan. 


23,160.4 


561.9 


119.6 


833.6 


684.2 


6,262.7 


8,318.8 


1,025.6 


931.4 


1,875.6 


2,482.6 


21.5 


42.9 


Apr. 


23,215.7 


562.9 


119.9 


834.3 


685.9 


6,271.8 


8,338.7 


1,027.6 


934.8 


1,886.8 


2,488.8 


21.1 


43.1 


July 


23,279.9 


564.5 


120.4 


835.4 


687.6 


6,280.2 


8,363.2 


1,029.7 


938.3 


1,899.8 


2,496.2 


21.2 


43.4 


Oct. 


23,343.0 


566.1 


121.1 


837.8 


690.6 


6,276.6 


8,390.8 


1,029.2 


941.7 


1,917.6 


2,506.4 


21.4 


43.7 


1978 Jan. 


23,394.4 


567.4 


121.5 


839.1 


692.7 


6,272.8 


8,412.7 


1,031.0 


944.4 


1,929.8 


2,518.0 


21.6 


43.4 


Apr. 


23,443.3 


568.0 


121.8 


840.0 


694.1 


6,279.5 


8,430.7 


1,031.8 


945.9 


1,942.2 


2,524.3 


21.7 


43.3 


July 


23,498.9 


569.6 


122.1 


841.6 


695.6 


6,287.1 


8,449.7 


1,032.7 


947.6 


1,954.5 


2,533.2 


21.7 


43.5 


Oct. 


23,548.4 


571.1 


122.2 


843.9 


697.6 


6,285.4 


8,466.3 


1,030.7 


950.1 


1,971.6 


2,544.4 


21.7 


43.4 


1979 Jan. 


23,597.6 


572.9 


122.3 


845.4 


699.2 


6,289.6 


8,479.9 


1,029.9 


952.5 


1,985.2 


2,555.8 


21.8 


43.1 


Apr. 


23,644.8 


572.9 


122.5 


846.7 


700.2 


6,298.1 


8,493.3 


1,030.0 


954.9 


1,998.8 


2,562.6 


21.6 


43.2 


July 


23,690.5 


574.8 


123.0 


847.0 


701.7 


6,301.2 


8,505.2 


1,030.3 


957.9 


2,014.1 


2,570.4 


21.7 


43.2 


Oct. 


23,742.0 


577.4 


123.2 


848.5 


703.5 


6,302.3 


8,517.7 


1,026.4 


960.0 


2,030.8 


2,587.2 


21.8 


43.2 



lAs ol the first ot each month. Estimates trom June 1, 1978 onward are preliminary and will be updated as tinal data on components become available. For an explanation of 
population estimates methodology and data sources see catalogue (91-201) and (91-001). 

Sources: Quarterly Estimates of Population for Canada and Provinces (91-001), Annual Estimates of Population for Canada and Provinces at June 1st (91-201), 
Statistics Canada. 



Table 2: Immigration to Canada, by country of last permanent residence (number) 



Year 




United 


























and 




Kingdom 






Nether- 








Other 




Austra- 


United 


West 


All 


quarter 


Total 


& Ireland 


France 


Germany 


lands 


Greece 


Italy 


Portugal 


Europe 


Asia 


lasia 


States 


Indies 


other 


D 


27 


26 


29 


30 


31 


32 


33 


34 


35 


36 


37 


36 


39 


40 


1977 


114,914 


18,568 


2,757 


2,254 


1,247 


1,960 


3,411 


3,579 


6,972 


31,368 


1,545 


12,888 


11,800 


16,565 


1978 


86,313 


12,270 


1,754 


1,471 


1,237 


1,474 


2,976 


1,898 


6,995 


24,007 


1,233 


9,945 


8,231 


12,822 


1976 4 


31,918 


4,752 


742 


496 


216 


469 


914 


946 


1,823 


10,452 


373 


3,179 


3,193 


4,363 


1977 1 


25,557 


4,159 


612 


511 


274 


461 


676 


849 


1,632 


7,027 


344 


2,747 


2,554 


3,711 


2 


32,426 


5,162 


671 


681 


437 


589 


903 


969 


1,946 


9,048 


503 


3,740 


3,236 


4,541 


3 


32,991 


4,969 


919 


640 


347 


537 


1,086 


961 


1,858 


8,949 


428 


4,096 


3,386 


4,815 


4 


23,940 


4,278 


555 


422 


189 


373 


746 


800 


1,536 


6,344 


270 


2,305 


2,624 


3,498 


1978 1 


21,072 


3,319 


420 


333 


258 


328 


701 


501 


1,839 


5,493 


218 


2,276 


2,142 


3,244 


2 


24,223 


3,402 


412 


436 


380 


422 


901 


551 


1,810 


6,731 


381 


2,731 


2,306 


3,760 


3 


21,853 


3,113 


535 


430 


346 


341 


694 


396 


1,539 


6,184 


314 


2,784 


2,093 


3,084 


4 


19,165 


2,436 


387 


272 


253 


383 


680 


450 


1,807 


5,599 


320 


2,154 


1,690 


2,734 


1979 1 


18,903 


2,364 


366 


233 


217 


336 


497 


394 


1,986 


6,029 


329 


2,188 


1,400 


2,564 


2 


23,928 


3,200 


399 


397 


454 


260 


515 


457 


2,150 


9,569 


372 


2,065 


1,451 


2,639 


3 


27,725 


3,820 


612 


349 


437 


299 


547 


511 


2,183 


11,571 


345 


2,630 


1,523 


2,898 



Source: Quarterly Bulletin, Employment and Immigration Canada. Starting with 1978, preliminary data Is obtained from unpublished tabulations. 



14 



February 1980 

Table 3: Immigration to Canada, by province of (intended) destination 



Section 2-Tables 3 and 4 



Year 
and 
quarter 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.-B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


Yukon, 
N.W.T. 


D 


74 


75 


76 


77 


78 


79 


80 


81 


82 


83 


84 


85 



1977 


114,914 


583 


192 


1,587 


1.158 


19,248 


56,594 


5,058 


2,231 


12,694 


15,395 


174 


1978 


86,313 


374 


145 


980 


661 


14,290 


42,397 


3,574 


1,564 


9,826 


12,331 


171 


1976 4 


31,918 


145 


49 


403 


296 


6,726 


15,160 


1,194 


574 


3,213 


4,096 


62 


1977 1 


25,557 


144 


28 


358 


362 


4.630 


12,241 


1,119 


462 


2,803 


3,381 


29 


2 


32,426 


144 


59 


437 


357 


5.429 


16,115 


1,414 


649 


3,550 


4,231 


41 


3 


32,991 


183 


49 


442 


266 


5,342 


16,240 


1,431 


702 


3,819 


4,465 


52 


4 


23,940 


112 


56 


350 


173 


3,847 


11,998 


1,094 


418 


2,522 


3,318 


52 


1978 1 


21,072 


75 


30 


230 


177 


3,554 


10,306 


935 


382 


2,542 


2,793 


48 


2 


24,223 


94 


44 


248 


170 


3,779 


12,050 


978 


426 


2,806 


3,588 


40 


3 


21,853 


119 


48 


317 


173 


3,609 


10,581 


911 


424 


2,470 


3,144 


57 


4 


19,165 


86 


23 


185 


141 


3,348 


9,460 


750 


332 


2,008 


2,806 


26 


1979 1 


18,903 


80 


39 


207 


152 


3,791 


8,840 


765 


350 


1,784 


2,862 


33 


2 


23,928 


89 


54 


240 


209 


3,870 


11,598 


975 


561 


2,641 


3,654 


37 


3 


27,725 


155 


80 


350 


269 


4,543 


12,944 


1,095 


577 


3,428 


4,248 


36 



Source: Quarterly Bulletin, Employment and Immigration Canada. Starting with 1978, preliminary data is obtained from unpublished tabulations. 



Table 4: Immigration to Canada, by (intended) occupational groupi (number) 















Destined 


to the labour force 










Not destined to 


the labour 


force 






Profes- 




Commer- 




Transport 




Mining 












Students 




Year 


Total 




sional 




cial 


Service 


and 




and 












18 years 




and 


immi- 


Mana- 


and 




and fi- 


and re- 


communi- 


Agricul- 


quarry- 


Manufac- 


La- 


Sub- 






and 


Sub- 


quarter 


gration 


gerial? 


technical 


Clerical 


nancial 


creation 


cation 


ture 


ing3 


turing 4 


bourers 


total 


Spouses^ 


Children 


over)? 


total 


D 


55 


56 


57 


58 


59 


60 


61 


62 


63 


64 


65 


66 


67 


68 


69 


70 


1977 


114,914 


4,259 


10,793 


7,081 


2,232 


4,733 


503 


1,215 


121 


12,457 


639 


47,625 


19,571 


30,518 


6,567 


67,289 


1978 


86,313 


2,697 


7,849 


5,000 


1,563 


3,715 


368 


935 


84 


8,670 


403 


35,211 


15,826 


20,716 


5,871 


51,102 


1976 4 


31,918 


1,158 


2,731 


1,867 


592 


1,353 


166 


246 


45 


3,597 


203 


12,871 


5,379 


9,183 


1,729 


19,047 


1977 1 


25,557 


1,023 


2,374 


1,593 


500 


1,087 


133 


278 


30 


3,093 


155 


10,962 


4,351 


6,793 


1,360 


14,595 


2 


32,426 


1,136 


2,830 


2,028 


604 


1,316 


137 


397 


30 


3,669 


208 


13,445 


5,636 


8,449 


1,807 


18,981 


3 


32,991 


1,238 


3,290 


1,973 


664 


1,274 


139 


312 


36 


3,226 


166 


13,344 


5,533 


9,019 


2,051 


19,647 


4 


23,940 


862 


2,299 


1,487 


464 


1,056 


94 


228 


25 


2,469 


110 


9,874 


4,051 


6,257 


1,349 


14,066 


1978 1 


21,072 


698 


1,947 


1,238 


414 


992 


90 


239 


20 


2,280 


97 


8,860 


3,777 


5,141 


1,333 


12,212 


2 


24,223 


722 


2,091 


1,414 


431 


1,062 


98 


257 


29 


2,503 


107 


9,828 


4,487 


5,576 


1,636 


14,395 


3 


21,853 


717 


2,141 


1,255 


386 


817 


97 


189 


11 


1,986 


101 


8.593 


4,004 


5,582 


1,529 


13,260 


4 


19,165 


560 


1,670 


1,093 


332 


844 


83 


250 


24 


1,901 


98 


7,930 


3,558 


4,417 


1,373 


11,235 


1979 1 


18,903 


563 


1,685 


1,028 


342 


852 


104 


280 


18 


2,060 


112 


8,173 


3,504 


3,988 


1,492 


10,730 


2 


23,928 


642 


1,960 


1,357 


388 


887 


137 


333 


40 


2,746 


114 


10,239 


3,850 


5,123 


2,128 


13.689 


3 


27,725 


783 


2,475 


1,485 


456 


911 


178 


389 


35 


2,685 


175 


11,494 


4,241 


6,670 


2,614 


16,231 



'The occupational status of the majority of the persons destined to the labour force is determined by immigration officials by an examination of documentary evidence provided 
by the immigrants. The classification of occupations is similar to that used in the 1961 Census; see Occupational Classification Manual. Census of Canada, 1961. Catalogue 
Number 12-506. 2Beginning with 1978, this is subdivided into entrepreneurs and managers-administrators. For breakdown refer to CANSIM main base. 3|ncludes logging, 
fishing, trapping and hunting. 4| n cludes mechanical and construction. 5|ncludes a small number in non-specified occupations. 6Beginning with 1978 includes fiances and 
fiancees ?Does no ' include students entering Canada on students' visas. 8|ncludes also retired persons, elderly dependents, fiances or fiancees and other unspecified 
persons not intending to enter the labour force Beginning with 1978, fiances and fiancees are included with spouses. 
Source: Quarterly Bulletin, Employment and Immigration Canada. Starting with 1978, preliminary data is obtained from unpublished tabulations. 



15 



Section 2-Tables 5-7 



February 1980 



Table 5: 


Births, i by province 


(number) 






















Year and 
quarter 


Canada Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S 


N.B 


Que 


Ont 


Man 


Sask 


Alta. 


B.C. 


Yukon 


N.W.T. 


D 


144 145 


146 


147 


148 


149 


150 


151 


152 


153 


154 


155 


156 



1977 
1978 


362,208 
358,852 


10,409 
1 0,480 


1,969 
1,985 


12,374 
12,548 


11,515 
10,790 


97,199 
94,860 


122,757 
120,964 


16,716 
16,397 


16,547 
16,550 


34,406 
35,396 


36,691 
37,231 


433 
447 


1,192 
1,204 


1976 4 


86,493 


2,256 


471 


2,979 


2,826 


23,015 


29,888 


4,072 


3.843 


8,247 


8,493 


115 


288 


1977 1 
2 
3 
4 


89,097 
92,669 
92,494 
87,948 


2,659 
2,654 
2,708 
2,388 


469 
515 
519 
466 


3,095 
3,160 
3,179 
2,940 


2,844 
2,988 
2,868 

2,815 


24,128 
25,323 
24,666 
23,082 


29,610 
31,069 
31,693 
30,385 


4,100 
4,215 
4,378 
4,023 


4,177 
4,258 
4,028 
4,084 


8.529 
8,739 
8,731 
8,407 


9,092 
9,345 
9,289 
8,965 


87 

111 
120 

115 


307 

292 
315 
278 


1978 1 
2 
3 
4 


87,525 
92,223 
91,320 
87,784 


2.736 
2,737 
2,647 
2,360 


453 
477 
543 
512 


2,984 
3,242 
3,264 
3,058 


2,647 
2,752 
2,757 
2,634 


23,530 
24,936 
23,849 

22,545 


29,058 
30,703 
31,015 
30,188 


4.087 
4,220 
4,071 
4,019 


4,106 
4,245 
4,147 
4,052 


8,603 
8,987 
8,966 
8,840 


8,940 
9,485 
9,659 
9,147 


95 
116 
105 

131 


286 
323 
297 
298 


1979 1 
2 
3 


87,770 
90,550 
91,840 


2,650 
2,910 
2,700 


490 

530 
490 


2,900 
3,080 
3,090 


2,600 
2,840 
2,680 


23,540 
23,270 
23,830 


30,810 
31,030 
31.680 


3,910 
4,100 
3,880 


3,630 
4,310 
4,150 


7,760 
9,030 
9.030 


9,040 
9,040 
9.910 


90 
130 
130 


350 
280 
270 



Table 6: 


Deaths,' by province (number) 






















Year and 
quarter 


Canada Nfld. P.E.I 


N.S. 


N.B 


Que. 


Ont 


Man, 


Sask 


Alta 


B.C. 


Yukon 


N.W.T. 


D 


157 158 159 


160 


161 


162 


163 


164 


165 


166 


167 


168 


169 



1977 
1978 

1976 4 

1977 1 
2 
3 
4 

1978 1 

2 
3 
4 

1979 1 
2 
3 



67,498 
68,179 


3,138 
3,115 


1,046 
994 


6,963 
6,877 


5,185 
5,183 


43,459 
43.552 


61,425 
61,116 


8,178 
8,297 


7,594 
7,749 


1 1 .609 
11,944 


1 8,596 
1 9,058 


42,235 


834 


268 


1,813 


1,348 


10.905 


1 5,304 


2,161 


2.032 


2,939 


4,549 


42,383 
41,533 
40,064 
43,518 


787 
757 
779 
815 


267 

271 
254 
254 


1,802 
1,857 
1.615 
1,689 


1,292 

1,334 
1,256 
1,303 


11.306 
10,752 
10.399 
11,002 


15,393 
15,016 
14,632 
16,384 


1,942 
2,106 
1,940 
2,190 


1,932 
2,020 
1,695 
1,947 


2,885 
2,852 
2,869 
3,003 


4,711 
4,487 
4,545 
4,853 


44,779 
40,669 
40,302 
42,429 


772 
773 
795 
775 


274 
237 
228 
255 


1,793 
1,668 
1,663 
1,753 


1,391 

1,239 
1,202 
1,351 


11,877 
10,504 
10,447 
1 0,724 


16,328 
14,784 
14,511 
15,493 


2,135 
1,968 
2,055 
2,139 


2,120 
1,895 
1,836 
1,898 


3,067 
2,968 
2,882 
3,027 


4,957 
4,562 
4,592 
4,947 


44,440 
41,210 
40,210 


920 
720 
750 


300 
200 
260 


1,780 
1,680 
1,630 


1,510 
1,220 
1,270 


11,110 

11,660 

9,410 


16,470 
15,050 
14,520 


2,170 
2,010 
2,210 


1,830 
1,830 
1,710 


2,780 
2,790 
3,140 


5,500 
3,980 
5,230 



105 


200 


89 


205 


36 


46 


18 


48 


27 


54 


34 


46 


26 


52 


18 


47 


19 


52 


32 


59 


20 


47 


30 


40 


20 


50 


40 


40 



Table 7: 


Marriages,] 


by province 


(number) 






















Year and 
quarter 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont, 


Man. 


Sask 


Alta 


B.C. 


Yukon 


N.W.T 


D 


170 


171 


172 


173 


174 


175 


176 


177 


178 


179 


180 


181 


182 



1977 


187,344 


3,895 


892 


6,304 


5,275 


48,171 


67,730 


8,238 


7,237 


1 7,976 


21,156 


204 


266 


1978 


185,523 


3,841 


939 


6,560 


5.310 


45.936 


67,491 


8,232 


7,139 


18,277 


21,388 


194 


216 


1976 4 


42,885 


946 


203 


1,434 


1,192 


9.160 


16,210 


1,967 


1.829 


4,468 


5,355 


48 


73 


1977 1 


21,663 


497 


103 


706 


522 


3.934 


8,468 


900 


771 


2,516 


3,163 


28 


55 


2 


51,806 


969 


215 


1,594 


1,353 


13,098 


19,399 


2,334 


1.955 


4,986 


5,765 


57 


81 


3 


72,084 


1,472 


392 


2,568 


2,247 


22,520 


24,038 


2,991 


2,735 


6.080 


6,921 


59 


61 


4 


41,791 


957 


182 


1,436 


1,153 


8,619 


15,825 


2,013 


1,776 


4,394 


5,307 


60 


69 


1978 1 


21,030 


496 


113 


759 


542 


3,639 


7,990 


882 


753 


2,500 


3,286 


25 


45 


2 


51,513 


955 


226 


1,768 


1,364 


12,538 


19,641 


2,401 


1,916 


4,964 


5,644 


50 


46 


3 


73,035 


1,469 


421 


2,586 


2,292 


21,781 


24,714 


3,052 


2,838 


6,453 


7,299 


66 


64 


4 


39,945 


921 


179 


1,447 


1,112 


7,978 


15,146 


1,897 


1,632 


4,360 


5,159 


53 


61 


1979 1 


21,270 


470 


90 


790 


440 


3,880 


8,640 


850 


670 


2,320 


3,030 


30 


60 


2 


47,880 


860 


180 


1,620 


1,210 


11,910 


18,460 


1,900 


1,750 


4,880 


5,010 


50 


50 


3 


70,610 


1,260 


360 


2,580 


2,350 


20,290 


23,940 


2,980 


2,670 


6,060 


7,960 


70 


90 



'The counts for the years 1977 and 1978 are provisional while those for the succeeding quarters are estimates. 
Source: Vital Statistics (84-001), (84-204), (84-205) and (84-206), Statistics Canada. 



16 



Section 3 • System of National Accounts 

1 . Income and Expenditure Accounts 

18 1.1 National Income and Gross National Product 

18 1.2 Gross National Expenditure 

19 1.3 Gross National Expenditure, Constant Dollars 

19 1.4 Sources of Personal Income 

20 1.5 Disposition of Personal Income 

20 1.6 Sources and Disposition of Gross Saving 

21 1.7 Government Revenue, Expenditure, and Surplus or Deficit, by Level of Government 
25 1.8 Implicit Price Indexes, Gross National Expenditure 

25 1.9 Relation between Gross National Product at Market Prices and 

Gross Domestic Product at Factor Cost 

2. Domestic Product by Industry 

26 2.1 Real Domestic Product by Industry of Origin, Quarterly 

27 2.2 Real Domestic Product by Industry of Origin, Monthly 

3. Balance of International Payments 

32 3.1 Canadian Balance of International Payments, Current Account, All Countries 

33 3.2 Canadian Balance of International Payments, Current Account, Area Distribution 

34 3.3 Canadian Balance of International Payments, Capital Account, All Countries 



17 



Section 3-Tables 1.1 and 1.2 

1 -Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.1: National income and gross national product (millions of dollars) 



February 1980 































GNP at 






























market 




Wages, 










Accr'd 


Net 














prices 




salaries. 










net 


income of 








Capital 






excl. 




and 




Corpo- 


Deduct: 


Interest 


income 


non-farm 




Net 




consump. 






accrued 




supple- 


Military 


ration 


dividends 


& misc. 


of farm 


un-mcorp. 




national 


Indirect 


allow- 






net 


Year 


mentary 


pay and 


profits 


paid 


invest- 


operators 


business 


Inventory 


income 


taxes 


ances 


Residual 


GNP at 


income 


and 


labour 


allow- 


before 


to non- 


ment 


from farm 


incl. 


valuation 


at factor 


less 


& misc 


error of 


market 


of farm 


quarter 


income 


ances 


taxes' 


residents2 


income^ 


prod.4 


rent5 


adjust.6 


cost 


subsidies 


val adj. 


estimate 


prices 


operators 


D 


40000 


40001 


40002 


40003 


40004 


40005 


40006 


40007 


40008 


40009 


40010 


40011 


40548 


40013 


D 


40240 


40241 


40242 


40243 


40244 


40245 


40246 


40247 


40248 


40249 


40250 


40251 


40551 


40253 



1977 
1978 


119,003 
129,885 


1,515 
1,609 


22,169 
26,069 


-2,056 
-2,355 


12,892 
15,174 


2,908 
3,740 


9,020 
9,612 


-3,437 
-4,308 


162,014 
179,426 


23,828 
25,423 


22,923 
25,146 


Unadju 


sted for seasonality 




















1978 2 
3 
4 


32,384 
33,232 
33,740 


401 
399 
415 


6,462 
6,622 
7,516 


-448 

-372 

-1,168 


3,841 
3,781 
4,047 


123 
4,576 
-212 


2,383 
2,606 
2,515 


-1,070 

-829 

-1,310 


44,076 
50,015 
45,543 


5,910 
6,222 
6,721 


6,177 
6,413 
6,528 


1979 1 
2 
3 


33,619 
35,821 
37,066 


426 
418 
410 


7,734 
8,312 
9,006 


-505 
-451 
-527 


4,209 
4,569 
4,471 


-535 

433 

4,675 


2,352 
2,602 
2,780 


-1,739 
-1,424 
-1,501 


45,561 
50,280 
56,380 


7,109 
6.385 
6,961 


6,548 
6,808 
7,093 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1978 2 
3 
4 


128,476 
131,032 
134,816 


1,604 
1,628 
1,640 


24,616 
26,456 
28,988 


-2,104 
-2,076 
-3,392 


15,604 
15,552 
16.052 


4,320 
3,504 
4,052 


9,464 
9,952 
9,900 


-4,044 
-3,572 
-5,816 


177,936 
182.476 
186.240 


24,872 
25,160 
26,456 


24,708 
25,480 
26.040 


1979 1 
2 
3 


137,964 
142,240 
146,336 


1,688 
1,672 
1,668 


32,884 
31,712 
35,604 


-2,444 
-2,092 
-2,732 


16.532 
1 8,060 
1 8.476 


3,880 
4,376 
4,604 


10,208 
10.348 
10.564 


-6,120 
-5,672 
-6,276 


194,592 
200,644 
208,244 


27,176 
26,904 
27,956 


26,504 
27,292 
28,092 



614 209,379 206,471 
412 230,407 226,667 



30 56,193 56,070 

48 62,698 58,122 

884 59,676 59,888 

-608 58,610 59,145 

-66 63,407 62,974 

-108 70,326 65,651 



536 228,052 223,732 

484 233,600 230,096 

-188 238,548 234,496 

512 248,784 244,904 

364 255,204 250,828 

108 264,400 259,796 



'Excludes profits (net of losses) of government business enterprises 2lncludes the withholding tax applicable to this item. 3|ncludes profits (net of losses) ol government 
business enterprises and interest and miscellaneous investment income of government. 4| n cludes value of physical change in farm inventories The seasonally adjusted data 
includes an arbitrary smoothing of crop production and standard seasonal adiustment for withdrawals of grain from farm stocks and the change in other (arm-held inventories. 
Because of the arbitrary element, too precise an interpretation should not be given the seasonally adjusted figures 5|ncludes net income of independent professional practi- 
tioners 6See footnote 4, Table 1.2. 
Source: National Income and Expenditure Accounts (13-001), Statistics Canada. 



Table 1.2: Gross national expenditure (millions of dollars) 























Value of 


physical 
































change in 


nventories 














Personal 


Govern- 
ment 




Gross 


fixed cap 


tal lormation 


























Business 






expend- 
iture on 


current 
expend- 








Business3 






























consu- 


iture 








Resi- 


Non- 


Machin- 








grain in 


Exports 


imports 




national 




mer 


on 








dential 


resi- 


ery 








commer- 


of 


of 


Residual 


expend- 


Year 


goods 


goods 




Govern- 




con- 


dential 


and 




Govern- 




cial 


goods 


goods 


error 


iture at 


and 


and 


and ser- 




ment 




struc- 


construc- 


equip- 




ment 


Non- 


chan- 


and ser- 


and 


of esti- 


market 


quarter 


services 


vices' 


Total 


total2 


Total 


tion 


tion 


ment 


Total 


total 


farm4 


nels 


vices 


services 


mate 


prices 


D 


40014 


40015 


40016 


40017 


40021 


40022 


40023 


40024 


40025 


40026 


40027 


40028 


40029 


40030 


40031 


40548 


D 


40254 


40255 


40256 


40257 


40261 


40262 


40263 


40264 


40265 


40266 


40267 


40268 


40269 


40270 


40271 


40551 


1977 


122,425 


43,588 


48,193 


6,790 


41,403 


12,806 


13,472 


15,125 


502 


43 


359 


100 


52,558 


-57,274 


-613 


209,379 


1978 


135,220 


48,112 


52,028 


7,408 


44,620 


13.358 


14,460 


1 6,802 


803 


58 


395 


350 


62,296 


-67,641 


-411 


230,407 



Unadjusted for seasonality 



1978 2 
3 
4 


33,395 
33,566 
37,795 


11,312 
12,036 
12,315 


13,407 
14,220 

13,614 


1,784 
2.192 
2,008 


11,623 
12,028 
11,606 


3,422 
3,945 
3,460 


3,570 
4,046 
3,813 


4,631 
4,037 
4,333 


-389 
3,478 
-1,118 


30 
33 
20 


-168 
-246 
547 


-251 
3,691 
-1,685 


16,145 
15,512 
16,990 


-17,648 
-16,066 
-19,036 


-29 

-48 
-884 


56,193 
62.698 
59,676 


1979 1 
2 
3 


33,954 
37,055 
37,327 


13,644 
12,178 
13,129 


12,264 
14,966 
16,212 


1,558 
1,891 
2,315 


10,706 
13,075 
13,897 


2,615 
3,478 
4,143 


3,275 
3,986 
4.830 


4,816 
5.611 
4,924 


290 

959 

3,771 


-26 

31 
34 


1.751 
927 
205 


-1,435 

1 

3,532 


17,184 
18,831 
19,479 


-19,335 
-20,649 
-19,701 


609 

67 

109 


58,610 
63,407 
70,326 


Seasonally adjusted at 


annual 


rates 


























1978 2 
3 

4 


133,224 
137,208 
140,312 


47,672 
48,676 
49,632 


51,812 
52,856 
54,192 


7,444 
7,432 
7,620 


44.368 
45,424 
46,572 


13,544 
13,528 
13,508 


14,520 
14,596 
14,804 


16,304 
1 7,300 
18,260 


1,284 

896 

1,560 


68 
48 
72 


-220 

580 

1,636 


1,436 
268 
-148 


60.952 
62,936 
68,244 


-66,360 
-68,488 
-75,576 


-532 
-484 
184 


228,052 
233,600 
238,548 


1979 1 
2 
3 


145,076 
148,184 
153,752 


50,552 
51,440 
52,864 


55,436 
57,292 
60,612 


7,792 
7,828 
7,860 


47,644 
49.464 
52,752 


13,332 
13,620 
14,160 


14,956 
16,160 
17,452 


19,356 
19,684 
21,140 


4,588 
5,252 
2,700 


40 
72 
52 


4,832 
4,044 
2,920 


-284 
1,136 
-272 


71,812 
71,032 
79,100 


-78,168 
-77,632 
-84.520 


-512 
-364 
-108 


248,784 
255,204 
264,400 



1 Includes defence expenditures. 2|ncludes outlay on new durable assets such as building and highway construction by governments, other than government business enter- 
prises. Excludes defence construction and equipment which is defined as current expenditure. 3|ncludes capital expenditures by private and government business enterprises, 
private non-commercial institutions and outlays on new residential construction by individuals and business investors Capital expenditure is defined to include all transfer costs 
on the sales and purchases of existing fixed assets. 4 The book value of inventories is deflated to remove the effect of price change and the derived "physical" change is 
then valued at average prices of the current period to obtain the value of physical change. The difference between the value of physical change and the change in book value 
is called the inventory valuation adjustment, (as shown in Table 1.1). 5see footnote 4. Table 1.1. 
Source: National Income and Expenditure Accounts (13-001), Statistic* Canada. 



18 



February 1980 

1 -Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.3: Gross national expenditure in constant (1971) dollars (millions of dollars)) 



Section 3-Tables 1.3 and 1.4 





Personal 
expend- 
iture on 
consumer 
goods 
and 
services 


Govern- 
ment 
current 
expend- 
iture 
on 
goods 
and 
services 




Gross fixed capital forma 


ion 




Value of 
change in 


physical 
nventories 




Exports 

of 

goods 

and 

services 


Deduct 

imports 

of goods 

and 

services 


Residual 
error 
of esti- 
mate 






Total 


Govern- 
ment 
total 


Business 






Total 


Govern- 
ment 
total 




Business 




Non- 
farm 


Farm 
and 
grain 
in com- 
mercial 
chan- 
nels 




Year 

and 
quarter 


Total 


Resi- 
dential 
construc- 
tion 


Non- 
resi- 
dential 
construc- 
tion 


Machin- 
ery 
and 
equip- 
ment 


Gross 

national 
expend- 
iture 


D 

D 


40562 
40594 


40568 
40600 


40569 
40601 


40570 
40602 


40575 
40607 


40576 
40608 


40577 
40609 


40578 
40610 


40581 
40613 


40582 
40614 


40583 
40615 


40584 
40616 


40586 
40618 


40588 
40620 


40590 
40622 


40561 
40593 


1977 
1978 


77,272 
79,563 


22,367 
22,632 


27,243 
27,209 


3,849 
3,932 


23,394 
23,277 


6,228 
5,940 


7,645 
7,729 


9,521 
9,608 


221 
494 


22 

28 


253 
374 


-54 
92 


28,057 
30,673 


-32,872 
-34,234 


-339 
-210 


121,949 
126,127 


Unadjusted for 


seasonality 




























1978 2 
3 
4 


19,838 
19,459 
21,868 


5,317 
5,635 
5,574 


7,096 
7,310 
6,910 


958 

1,138 
1,040 


6,138 
6,172 
5,870 


1,541 
1,734 
1,484 


1,932 
2,142 
1,984 


2,665 
2,296 
2,402 


-119 
1.444 
-402 


15 
16 
10 


-94 
-206 
360 


-40 
1,634 
-772 


8,141 
7,594 
8,007 


-9,172 
-8,062 
-9,098 


-16 

-26 

-477 


31,085 
33,354 
32,382 


1979 1 
2 
3 


18,981 
20,242 
19,786 


6,214 
5,292 
5,633 


6,171 
7,321 
7,688 


800 
938 

1,115 


5,371 
6,383 
6,573 


1,077 
1,383 
1,610 


1,678 
1,993 
2,378 


2,616 
3,007 
2,585 


454 

462 

1,392 


-12 
14 
15 


1,117 
439 
-22 


-651 

9 

1,399 


7,609 
8,039 
7,897 


-8,925 
-9,493 
-8,499 


317 
34 
53 


30,821 
31,897 
33,950 


Seasonally adjusted at 


annual 


rates 


























1978 2 
3 
4 


79.252 
80,172 
80.156 


22,720 
22,728 
22,620 


27,308 
27,420 
27,540 


3,972 
3,896 
3,952 


23,336 
23,524 
23,588 


6,108 
5,940 
5,764 


7,840 
7,736 
7,696 


9,388 

9,848 

10,128 


240 

440 

1,368 


32 
24 
32 


-4 

348 

1,172 


212 

68 

164 


30,740 
30,652 
32,248 


-34,532 
-34,296 
-36,232 


-272 

-244 

116 


125,456 
126,872 
127,816 


1979 1 
2 
3 


81,380 
81,152 
82,192 


22,596 
22,652 
22,576 


27,552 
27,936 
29,048 


3,940 
3,872 
3,828 


23,612 
24,064 
25,220 


5,456 
5,444 
5,516 


7,644 
8,072 
8,608 


10,512 
10,548 
11,096 


2,568 
2,620 
1,236 


20 
32 

24 


2,740 
2,124 
1,400 


-192 
464 
-188 


31,944 
30,328 
31,756 


-36,024 
-35,708 
-36,348 


-268 

-184 
-52 


129,748 
128,796 
130,408 



'The implicit price deflators of the seasonally unad|usted components of Gross National Expenditure, derived by dividing the value figures in current dollars by the constant 
dollar figures, are not suitable as indicators of quarter-to-quarter price change This is because they are currently weighted and therefore are affected by compositional shifts 
which occur within the unadjusted components of Gross National Expenditure, on a quarter-to-quarter basis. Quarter-to-quarter movements in the implicit price deflators based 
on seasonally adjusted data are less subject to the problem of shifting weights and may be used as a measure of price change. 
Source: National Income and Expenditure Accounts (13-001), Statistics Canada. 

Table 1.4: Sources of personal income (millions of dollars) 







Wages, 
salaries and 
supplemen- 
tary labour 
income 


Military 

pay and 

allowances 


Net income 

received 

by farm 

operators 

from farm 

production' 


Net income 
of 
non-farm un- 
incorporated 
business 
including rent 


Interest, 
dividends 
and miscella- 
neous 
investment 
income? 




Current transfers 






Year 


From government 


From 
corporations3 


From 
non-residents 




and 

quarter 


To persons 


Capital 
assistance 


Personal 
income 


D 
D 




40032 
40272 


40033 
40273 


40034 
40274 


40035 
40275 


40036 
40276 


40039 
40278 


40040 
40279 


40037 
40280 


40041 
40281 


40549 
40282 


1977 
1978 




119,003 
129,885 


1,515 
1,609 


2,874 

3,514 


9,020 
9,612 


15,534 

18,219 


22,455 
25,229 


156 
216 


307 
347 


331 
383 


171,195 
189,014 


Unadjusted 


for 


seasonal 


variation 


















1978 2 
3 
4 




32,384 
33,232 
33,740 


401 
399 
415 


26 

4,448 
-371 


2,383 
2,606 
2,515 


4,469 
4,369 
5,084 


6,276 
6,106 
6,210 


67 
44 
55 


86 
87 
87 


94 
97 

103 


46,186 
51,388 
47,838 


1979 1 
2 
3 




33,619 
35,821 
37,066 


426 
418 
410 


-473 

468 

4,347 


2,352 
2,602 
2,780 


5,424 
5,558 
5,285 


6,950 
6,610 
6,443 


68 
48 
66 


96 
96 
96 


99 
103 
104 


48,561 
51,724 
56,597 


Seasonally adj 


usted at annual rates 


















1978 2 
3 

4 




128,476 
131,032 
134,816 


1.604 
1,628 
1,640 


4,152 
3,252 
3,632 


9,464 
9,952 
9,900 


17,744 
18,104 
19,672 


24,992 
25,512 
25,884 


268 
176 
220 


344 
348 
348 


376 
388 
412 


187,420 
190,392 
196,524 


1979 1 
2 
3 




137,964 
142,240 
146,336 


1,688 
1,672 
1,668 


3,672 
4,204 
3,804 


10,208 
10,348 
10,564 


21,704 
22,028 
22,048 


25,840 
26,456 
26,732 


272 
192 
264 


384 
384 
384 


396 
412 
416 


202,128 
207,936 

212,216 



'This item differs from col. 6, Table 1.1 by excluding the adjustment which has been made to take account of the accrued earnings arising out of the operations of the Canadian 

Wheat Board and the Canadian Co-Operative Wheat Producers 2|ncludes all interest on the public debt paid by government to persons 3Chantable contributions and bad 

debts 

For source see Table 1.9. 



19 



Section 3-Tables 1.5 and 1.6 

1— Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.5: Disposition of personal income (million dollars) 



February 1980 





Total 

personal 

income 


on 


Personal expenditure 
consumer goods and services 








Current 


ransters 






Personal savi 


igs 








To government 




To 
corpo- 
ations3 


To non- 
resi- 
dents 






Total 


Excl. 
change 
in larm 
inven- 
tories 


Value of 
physical 
change 
in farm 
inven- 
tories 






Income 
taxes 


Suc- 
cession 
duties 
& estate 
taxes 


Social 

ins. 

& govt 

pension 

tunds2 


Other 




Year 
and 
quarter 


Total 


Durable 
goods 


Semi- 
durable 
goods 


Non- 
durable 
goods 


Serv- 
ices! 


dis- 
posable 
income 4 


D 

D 


40042 
40552 


40043 
40283 


40044 
40284 


40045 
40285 


40046 
40286 


40047 
40287 


40048 
40288 


40049 
40289 


40050 
40290 


40051 
40291 


40052 
40292 


40053 
40293 


40054 
40294 


40055 


40056 


40057 
40295 


1977 
1978 


171,195 
189,014 


122,425 
135,220 


18,459 
20,102 


15,359 
16,756 


37,563 
42,034 


51,044 
56.328 


23,168 
24,326 


151 

114 


7,760 
8.690 


1,601 
1,930 


1,932 
2,407 


269 
285 


13,889 
16,042 


13,696 
15,769 


193 
273 


138,515 
153,954 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 

1978 2 46,186 33,395 5,336 3,887 

3 51,388 33,566 4,949 4,084 

4 47,838 37,795 5,735 5,653 

1979 1 48,561 33,954 4,641 3,495 

2 51,724 37,055 6,040 4,346 

3 56,597 37,327 5,548 4,589 

Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 

1978 2 187,420 133,224 19,744 16,396 

3 190,392 137,208 20,712 17,012 

4 196,524 140,312 20,472 17,560 

1979 1 202,128 145,076 21,936 17.848 

2 207,936 148,184 22,332 18.228 

3 212,216 153,752 23,364 19,080 



10,199 
10,124 
11,879 


13,973 
14,409 
14,528 


4,798 
6,621 
6,669 


28 
23 
31 


2,397 
2,200 
2,023 


406 
419 
423 


561 
627 
688 


71 
71 
72 


4,530 

7,861 

137 


4,742 
4,060 
1,662 


-212 
3,801 
-1,525 


38,557 
42,125 
38,692 


11,052 
11,325 
11,316 


14,766 
15,344 
15,874 


7,556 
4,688 
7,422 


29 
37 
20 


2,323 
2,506 
2,329 


740 
425 
449 


763 
788 
870 


75 
74 
73 


3,121 
6,151 
8,107 


4,828 
6,013 
4,658 


-1,707 

138 

3,449 


37,913 
44,068 
46,377 


41,664 
42,560 
43,396 


55,420 
56,924 
58,884 


23,692 
24,832 
26.196 


112 
92 

124 


8,576 
8,800 
9,180 


1,780 
1,996 
1.976 


2.312 
2.508 
2,656 


284 
284 
288 


17,440 
14,672 
15,792 






153,260 
154,672 
159,048 


45,372 
46,232 
48,024 


59,920 
61,392 
63,284 


26,840 
24.304 
27,804 


116 

148 

80 


9,240 
8,904 
9,364 


2,160 
1,836 
2,100 


3,104 
3,240 
3,456 


300 
296 
292 


15,292 
21.024 
1 5.368 






163,772 
1 72,744 
172,868 






'Includes net expenditure abroad. 2Employer and employee contributions to social insurance and government pension funds 
the consumer debt 4jhis item is equal to "personal income" less the total of "current transfers to government" 
For source see Table 1.9. 



3This item is the transfer portion of interest on 



Table 1.6: Sources and disposition of gross saving (million dollars) 













Sources 


of gross saving 










Disposition of gross 














Saving 










Capital 
con- 
sumption 
allow- 
ances 
and 
MVA2 


Residual 
error of 
estimate 






Total 
gross 
saving 


Persons 
corporated 


& unin- 
business 


Corporate and government 
business enterprises 




Govern- 
ment 


Non- 
residents 


saving 


Year 

and 

quarter 


Personal 
saving 


Adjust- 
ment on 
grain 
trans- 
actions' 


Undis- 
tributed 
corpo- 
ration 
profits 


Govt, 
business 
enter- 
prises 


Capital 
assis- 
tance 


Inventory 
valuation 
adjust- 
ment 


Gross 

fixed 
capital 

form- 
ations 


Value of 
physical 
change 
in inven- 
tories 


Residual 
error of 
estimate 


D 
D 


40185 
40423 


40175 
40413 


40181 
40419 


40176 
40414 


40177 
40415 


40178 
40416 


40182 
40420 


40179 
40417 


40180 
40418 


40183 
40421 


40184 
40422 


40186 
40424 


40190 
40428 


40191 
40429 


1977 
1978 


48.082 
52,420 


13,889 
16,042 


34 
226 


10,589 
13,074 


598 
780 


446 
446 


-3,437 
-4,308 


-2,329 

-5,077 


4,755 
5,679 


22,923 
25,146 


614 
412 


48,193 
52,028 


502 

803 


-613 

-411 


Unadju 


sted for seasonal variation 
























1978 2 
3 
4 


1 2,989 
17,650 
11,612 


4,530 

7,861 

137 


97 
128 
159 


3,356 
3,641 
3,259 


181 
110 
234 


126 

111 
110 


-1,070 

-829 

-1,310 


-1,941 
-448 
-385 


1,503 

615 

1,996 


6,177 
6,413 
6,528 


30 

48 

884 


13,407 
14,220 
13,614 


-389 
3,478 

-1.118 


-29 
-48 

-884 


1979 1 
2 
3 


13,163 
15,992 
20,092 


3,121 
6,151 
8,107 


-62 
-35 
328 


4,090 
4,483 
5,107 


371 
307 
293 


107 

96 

129 


-1,739 
-1,424 
-1,501 


-807 

-2,080 

420 


2,142 

1,752 

224 


6.548 
6.808 
7,093 


-608 

-66 

-108 


12,264 
14,966 
16,212 


290 

959 

3,771 


609 

67 

109 


Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 
























1978 2 

3 
4 


52,564 
53,268 
55,936 


17,440 
14,672 
15,792 


168 
252 
420 


12,416 
13,520 
13,616 


696 
512 

1,212 


376 
488 
452 


-4,044 
-3,572 
-5,816 


-5,088 
-4,272 
-3,004 


5,356 
5,704 
7,412 


24,708 
25,480 
26,040 


536 
484 
-188 


51,812 
52,856 
54,192 


1,284 

896 

1,560 


-532 

-484 

184 


1979 1 
2 
3 


59,512 
62,180 
63,204 


15,292 
21,024 
15,368 


208 
172 
800 


17,404 
16,832 
18,712 


1,132 
1,204 
1,260 


460 
320 
596 


-6,120 
-5.672 
-6,276 


-2,056 

-5,668 

-676 


6,176 
6.312 
5,220 


26,504 
27,292 
28,092 


512 
364 
108 


55.436 
57,292 
60,612 


4,588 
5,252 
2,700 


-512 
-364 
-108 



'This item is the adjustment to take account of the accrued earnings of farm operators arising out of the operations of the Canadian Wheat Board. See also footnote 1, 
Table 1.4 Miscellaneous valuation adjustment. 3For a breakdown between government and business, see Table 1.2. 
For source see Table 1.9. 



20 



February 1980 

1— Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.7: Government revenue, expenditure, and surplus or deficit, by level of government (millions of dollars) 



Section 3-Table 1.7 



















Revenue 




























Direct taxes 














Indirect 


taxes 










Persons 






Corporate 


and government business enterp 


rises 


Non- 
resi- 
dents 

federal? 






Total2 Federal 


Federal 
tax 
collec- 
tions 


Pro- 
vincial? 


Provin- 
cial tax 
collec- 
tions 




Year 


Total 


Federal 1 


Pro- 
vincial 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 




and 
quarter 


Total 


Federal 


Pro- 
vincial 


Local 4 


D 
D 


40058 
40296 


40059 
40297 


40060 
40298 


40062 
40300 


40063 
40301 


40064 
40302 


40065 
40303 


40066 
40304 


40067 
40305 


40068 
40306 


40069 
40307 


40070 
40308 


40071 
40309 


40072 
40310 


40073 
40311 



1977 
1978 

Unadjus 


31,079 
33,130 

ted for 


17,735 
17,348 

seasonal 


10,931 
13,056 

variation 


1,829 
2,022 


584 
704 


7,211 
7,863 


5,088 
5,536 


5,631 
5,732 


2,123 
2,327 


1,930 
2,460 


534 
582 


27,101 
28,777 


9,085 
9,709 


10,102 
10,498 


7,914 
8,570 


1978 2 
3 
4 


7,223 
8,844 
8,723 


3,669 
4,528 
4,799 


2,627 
3,645 
3,479 


688 
496 
322 


239 
175 
123 


1,959 
2,006 
2,247 


1,379 
1,412 
1,581 


1,274 
1,248 
1,289 


580 
594 
666 


566 
585 
509 


149 
96 

205 


6,744 
7,099 
7,515 


2,430 
2,469 
2,661 


2,172 
2,487 
2,699 


2,142 
2,143 
2,155 


1979 1 
2 
3 


9,908 
7,231 
9,771 


5,140 
3,883 
5,295 


3,958 
2,290 
3,699 


618 
792 
576 


192 
266 
201 


2,307 
2,543 
2,692 


1,624 
1,790 
1,895 


2,318 
1,330 
1,542 


683 
753 
797 


940 
559 
601 


186 
200 
166 


7,952 
7,318 
8,036 


2,344 
2,511 
2,771 


3,386 
2,574 
3,032 


2,222 
2,233 
2,233 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1978 2 
3 

4 


32,380 
33,724 
35,500 


16,348 
17,516 
18,712 


13,356 
13,472 
13,824 


2,028 
2,080 
2,112 


648 
656 
852 


7,204 
8,344 
9,000 


5,080 
5,872 
6,328 


4,732 
5,788 
6,656 


2,124 
2,472 
2,672 


2,428 
2,148 
2,584 


524 28,544 
556 28,392 
640 29,560 


9,792 

9,744 

10,088 


10,184 
10,072 
10,892 


8,568 
8,576 
8,580 


1979 1 
2 
3 


36,196 
33,356 
37,248 


19,472 
17,748 
20,292 


13,684 
12,520 
13,748 


2,260 
2,344 
2,424 


780 
744 
784 


9,612 

9,460 

11,136 


6,760 
6,668 
7,840 


6,892 

5,116 
7,184 


2,852 
2,792 
3,296 


3,240 
2,492 
2,208 


848 30,584 
704 30,988 
956 31,984 


10,020 
10,064 
10,960 


11,640 
11,992 
12,088 


8,924 
8,932 
8,936 


















Revenue 


















Other current 


transfers from 


persons 










Investment income 








Year 




Total 


Federal 


Provincial 


Local Hospitals 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 


quarter 




Total 


Federal 


Provincial 


Local 


Hospitals 


D 
D 




40074 
40312 


40075 
40313 


40076 
40314 


40077 
40315 


40078 
40316 


40079 
40317 


40080 
40318 


40081 
40319 


40082 40083 
40320 40321 


40084 
40322 


40559 
40560 


1977 
1978 




1,601 
1,930 


13 

15 


1,469 
1,788 


107 

115 




12 

12 


9,907 

11,909 


3,138 
3,825 


5,195 
6,244 


283 

317 


17 

18 


893 

1,049 


381 
456 


Unadjusted for 


seasonal 


variation 
























1978 2 
3 
4 




406 
419 
423 


4 
4 
4 


371 
383 
386 


28 
29 
30 




3 
3 
3 


3,091 
2,994 
3,192 


1,091 
1,025 
1,038 


1,519 
1,540 
1,611 


81 
74 
96 


5 
4 
5 


284 
233 
316 


111 
118 
126 


1979 1 
2 
3 




740 
425 
449 


4 
5 
5 


703 
387 

411 


30 
30 
30 




3 
3 
3 


3,042 
3,484 
3,490 


819 
1,171 

1,152 


1,760 
1,783 
1,834 


78 
93 
83 


4 
5 
4 


261 
330 
285 


120 
102 
132 


Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 






















1978 2 
3 
4 




1,780 
1,996 
1,976 


16 
16 
16 


1,640 
1,852 
1,828 


112 
116 
120 




12 
12 
12 


12,584 
12,332 
12,064 


4,352 
4,068 
3,800 


6,436 
6,396 
6,272 


304 
312 
360 


20 
16 
20 


1,028 
1,068 
1,108 


444 
472 
504 


1979 1 
2 
3 




2,160 
1,836 
2,100 


16 
20 
20 


2,012 
1,684 
1,948 


120 
120 
120 




12 
12 
12 


12,280 
13,864 
14,308 


3,772 
4,448 
4,564 


6.480 
7,444 
7,544 


340 
352 
352 


16 
20 

16 


1,192 
1,192 
1,304 


480 
408 
528 



'Includes the taxes on life insurance companies introduced in 1969 At the present time, for National Accounts purposes, life insurance companies are treated as associations of 

individuals in so far as their investment activities are concerned The 1969 taxes are thus included here pending a complete review of the treatment of insurance. 2jax 

liabilities. 3withholding taxes 4The quarterly figures of real property taxes unadjusted and seasonally adjusted are obtained by dividing annual totals by four. Since real 

properly tax rates have been generally upward, this treatment gives rise to a fictitious seasonal between the fourth and first quarters in the seasonally adjusted taxes of 

series 

For source see Table 1.9. 



21 



Section 3-Table 1.7/Continued February 1980 

1 -Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.7: Government revenue, expenditure, and surplus or deficit, by level of government (millions of dollars)/continued 



Revenue 






Current 


transfers from other levels of government 








Total revenue 










Total 


Provinces 


Local governments 


Hosp 


tals 




Year 
and 
quarter 


From 
Canada 


-rom local 
govern- 
ments 


From 
Canada 


From 
provinces 


1 

From 
provinces 


r rom local 
govern- 
ments 


Total 


Federal 


Pro- 
vincial 


Local 


Hospitals 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 


D 

D 


40085 
40323 


40086 
40324 


40087 
40325 


40088 
40326 


40089 
40327 


40090 
40328 


40091 
40329 


40092 
40330 


40093 
40331 


40094 
40332 


40095 
40333 


40096 
40334 


40097 
40335 


40098 
40336 


1977 
1978 


24,915 
26,814 


9,615 
10,510 


48 

43 


352 
347 


8,616 
9,213 


6,264 
6.681 


20 

20 


102,348 
111,005 


35,593 
37,015 


39,483 
44,466 


17,272 
1 8.562 


6,313 
6,731 


2,722 
3,071 


965 
1,160 


Unadjusted for seasonal variation 
























1978 2 
3 
4 


7,108 
6,488 
6,587 


2,457 
2,466 
2,632 


8 

7 
12 


137 
80 
60 


2,874 
2,244 
2.204 


1,627 
1,686 
1,674 


5 
5 
5 


26.680 
27,946 
28,892 


8.722 

9,534 

10,288 


9,734 
11,122 
11,485 


5,262 
4,570 
4,545 


1,640 
1,698 
1,687 


972 
729 
638 


350 
293 
249 


1979 1 
2 
3 


6,989 
7,844 
8,134 


2,886 
2,886 
2,693 


17 
9 
9 


94 

136 

63 


2,057 
3.020 
3,567 


1,930 
1,788 
1,797 


5 

5 
5 


31,124 
29,045 
32,738 


10,117 

9,560 

11,284 


13,393 
10,682 
12,475 


4,481 
5,512 
5,976 


1,942 
1,801 
1,809 


879 

1,122 

861 


312 
368 
333 


Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 
























1978 2 
3 

4 


26,408 
27,692 
27,816 


1 0.468 
10,904 
10,604 


48 
44 
28 


268 
344 
404 


9.072 
9.400 
9,820 


6,532 
6,980 
6,940 


20 
20 
20 


1 09,424 
113,036 
116,556 


36,112 
37,772 
39,584 


44,256 
45,212 
46,120 


18,324 
18.748 
19,284 


6,584 
7,028 
6,992 


3,056 
3,148 
3,220 


1,092 
1,128 
1,356 


1979 1 
2 
3 


27,508 
29,604 
34,612 


10,416 
12,288 
1 1 ,940 


56 
52 
48 


532 
292 
292 


9,340 

9,748 

14,856 


7,144 
7,204 
7,456 


20 
20 
20 


119,188 
119,812 
132,344 


40,888 
39,652 
44,632 


47,140 
48,772 
50,612 


19,256 
1 9,444 
24,556 


7.192 
7,256 
7,504 


3,452 
3,536 
3,728 


1,260 
1,152 
1,312 
















Current ex 


penditure 




















Purchases of goods and servicesS 








Transfer payments to persons 




Year 
and 
quarter 


Total 


Federal 


Defence^ 


Provincial 


Local 


Hospital 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 


Total 


Federal 


Pro- 
vincial 


Local 


Canada 

pension 
plan 


Quebec 

pension 

'plan 


D 
D 


40111 
40349 


40112 
40350 


40113 
40351 


40114 
40352 


40115 
40353 


40116 
40354 


40553 
40556 


40554 
40557 


40117 
40355 


40118 
40356 


40119 
40357 


40120 
40358 


40121 
40359 


40122 
40360 


1977 
1978 


43,588 
48,112 


11,135 
11,955 


3,693 
4,080 


12,223 
13,770 


14,204 
15,791 


5,962 
6,525 


42 

44 


22 
27 


22,455 
25,229 


13,089 
14,616 


7,751 
8,627 


259 

285 


997 

1,246 


359 
455 


Unadjusted for seasonal variation 
























1978 2 
3 
4 


11,312 
12,036 
12,315 


2,679 
2,924 
2,840 


939 
999 

1,044 


3,025 
3,619 
3,454 


3,966 
3,791 
4,331 


1,630 
1,679 
1,669 


5 
15 
13 


7 
8 
8 


6.276 
6,106 
6,210 


3,784 
3.440 
3,488 


1.993 
2.161 
2.198 


76 
72 
77 


308 
317 
328 


115 
116 

119 


1979 1 
2 

3 


13,644 
12,178 
13,129 


3,872 
2,753 
3,070 


1,187 
1.009 
1,011 


4,019 
3,250 
3,991 


4,033 
4,388 
4,212 


1,703 
1,775 
1,842 


14 
4 

7 


3 
8 

7 


6,950 
6,610 
6,443 


3,958 
3,766 
3.450 


2,426 
2,237 
2.381 


68 
84 
80 


366 
384 
391 


132 
139 
141 


Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 
























1978 2 
3 

4 


47,672 
48,676 
49,632 


11,816 
11,980 
12,160 


4,068 
4,064 
4,220 


13,752 
13,720 
14,356 


15,592 
16,300 
16,228 


6,464 
6,584 
6,804 


20 
60 
52 


28 
32 
32 


24,992 
25,512 
25,884 


14,652 
14,740 
14,844 


8,344 
8,748 
8,964 


304 
292 
288 


1,232 
1,268 
1,312 


460 
464 
476 


1979 1 
2 

3 


50,552 
51,440 
52,864 


12,568 
12,400 
12,396 


4.264 
4,396 
4,124 


14,556 
14,724 
15,188 


16,484 
17,236 
1 8,004 


6,876 
7,032 
7,220 


56 
16 
28 


12 
32 
28 


25.840 
26.456 
26,732 


14,528 
14,616 
14,636 


9,028 
9,420 
9,644 


292 
328 
324 


1,464 
1,536 
1,564 


528 
556 
564 



5see page 23 ^Defense purchases of goods and services are included in Federal government purchases of goods and services. 



22 



Section 3-Table 1.7/Continued 



February 1980 

1— Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.7: Government revenue, expenditure, and surplus or deficit, by level of government (millions of dollars)/continued 



Current expenditure 






Subsidies 




Cap 


tal assistance 


Current transfers 
to non-residents 




Total 


Interest 
Federal 


on the public 
Provincial 


debt 
Local 




Year 


Total 


Federal 


Canada 

Pension 

Plan 




quarter 


Total 


Federal 


Provincial 


Total 


Federal 


Provincial 


Hospitals 


D 

D 


40124 
40362 


40125 
40363 


40126 
40364 


40127 
40365 


40128 
40366 


40129 
40367 


40130 
40368 


41970 
41972 


41971 
41973 


40131 
40369 


40132 
40370 


40133 
40371 


40134 
40372 


40555 
40558 


1977 
1978 


3,273 
3,354 


2,333 
2,372 


940 
982 


602 
662 


424 
467 


178 
195 


635 
1,014 


627 
1,004 


8 

10 


9,209 
10,897 


5,101 
6,410 


2,772 
3,034 


1,272 
1,385 


64 
68 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal variation 
























1978 2 
3 
4 


834 
877 
794 


648 
565 
549 


186 

312 
245 


193 
155 
165 


149 
109 
109 


44 
46 
56 


172 
183 
186 


169 
180 
184 


3 
3 
2 


2,726 
2,549 
3,020 


1,599 
1,520 
1,757 


720 
729 
786 


388 
285 
456 


19 

15 
21 


1979 1 
2 
3 


843 
933 

1,075 


573 
731 
760 


270 
202 
315 


175 
144 
195 


103 

91 

149 


72 
53 
46 


201 
163 
199 


199 
160 
196 


2 
3 
3 


3,129 
3,253 
3,143 


1,993 
1,923 
2,025 


836 
878 
792 


286 
432 
310 


14 
20 
16 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1978 2 


3,672 


2,660 


1,012 


644 


468 


176 


564 


552 


12 


10,560 


6,244 


2,900 


1,352 


64 


3 


3,232 


2,272 


960 


664 


480 


184 


812 


800 


12 


10,720 


6,244 


3,152 


1,256 


68 


4 


3,104 


2,076 


1,028 


672 


448 


224 


844 


836 


8 


11,608 


6,872 


3,060 


1,604 


72 


1979 1 


3,408 


2,360 


1,048 


732 


444 


288 


764 


756 


8 


12,440 


7,708 


3,200 


1,460 


72 


2 


4,084 


2,984 


1,100 


512 


300 


212 


532 


520 


12 


12,852 


7,816 


3,488 


1,480 


68 


3 


4,028 


3,048 


980 


860 


676 


184 


880 


868 


12 


13,044 


8,124 


3,464 


1,384 


72 


Current expenditure 






Current 


transfers to 


other level! 


of government 








Total current expenditures 










Canada 


to 


Provinces to 


Local governments to 












Canada 




Year 




Local 


Local 








Quebec 


and 






govern- 


govern- 












Pro- 






pension 


pension 


quarter 


Total 


Provinces 


ments 


ments 


Hospitals 


Provinces 


Hospitals 


Total 


Federal 


vincial 


Local 


Hospitals 


plan 


plan 


D 


40135 


40136 


40137 


40138 


40139 


40140 


40141 


40142 


40143 


40144 


40145 


40146 


40147 


40148 


D 


40373 


40374 


40375 


40376 


40377 


40378 


40379 


40380 


40381 


40382 


40383 


40384 


40385 


40386 


1977 


24,915 


9,615 


352 


8,616 


6,264 


48 


20 


104,677 


42,676 


38,744 


15,803 


6,026 


1,047 


381 


1978 


26,814 


10,510 


347 


9,213 


6,681 


43 


20 


116,082 


47,681 


42,502 


1 7,524 


6,593 


1,300 


482 


Unadjusted for seasonal variation 
























1978 2 


7,108 


2,457 


137 


2,874 


1,627 


8 


5 


28,621 


11,622 


10,469 


4,443 


1,649 


316 


122 


3 


6,488 


2,466 


60 


2,244 


1,686 


7 


5 


28,394 


11,284 


10,797 


4,160 


1,694 


335 


124 


4 


6,587 


2,632 


60 


2,204 


1,674 


12 


5 


29,277 


11,619 


10,617 


4,881 


1,690 


343 


127 


1979 1 


6,989 


2,886 


94 


2,057 


1,930 


17 


5 


31,931 


13,678 


11,610 


4,409 


1,717 


382 


135 


2 


7,844 


2,886 


136 


3,020 


1,788 


9 


5 


31,125 


12,446 


11,428 


4,918 


1,795 


391 


147 


3 


8,134 


2,693 


63 


3,567 


1,797 


9 


5 


32,318 


12,406 


12,889 


4,616 


1,858 


401 


148 


Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 
























1978 2 


26,408 


10,468 


268 


9,072 


6,532 


48 


20 


114,512 


47,128 


41,788 


17,316 


6,528 


1,264 


488 


3 


27,692 


10,904 


344 


9,400 


6,980 


44 


20 


117,308 


47,764 


43,144 


17,912 


6,652 


1,340 


496 


4 


27,816 


10,604 


404 


9,820 


6,940 


28 


20 


119,560 


48,244 


44,392 


18,168 


6,876 


1,372 


508 


1979 1 


27,508 


10,416 


532 


9,340 


7,144 


56 


20 


121,244 


49,312 


44,604 


18,312 


6,948 


1,528 


540 


2 


29,604 


12,288 


292 


9,748 


7,204 


52 


20 


125,480 


51,216 


45,896 


19,116 


7,100 


1,564 


588 


3 


34,612 


11,940 


292 


14,856 


7,456 


48 


20 


133,020 


51,980 


51,772 


19,780 


7,292 


1,604 


592 



^Includes capital consumptions allowances as shown on page 24, col. 8 



23 



Section 3-Table 1.7/Concluded February 1980 

1 -Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.7: Government revenue, expenditure, and surplus or deticit, by level ot government (millions of dollars)/concluded 













Surplus or 


deficit on a 


lational accounts 


basis 


















Saving 










Plus: capital 


consumption 


allowances 




Year 


Total 


Federal 


Provincial 


Local 


Hospitals 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 




quarter 


plan 


Total 


Federal 


Provincial 


Local 


Hospitals 


D 
D 


40149 
40387 


40150 
40388 


40151 
40389 


40152 
40390 


40153 
40391 


40154 
40392 


40155 
40393 


40099 
40337 


40100 
40338 


40101 
40339 


40102 
40340 


40103 
40341 


1977 
1978 


-2,329 

-5,077 


-7,083 
-10,666 


739 
1,964 


1,469 
1,038 


287 
138 


1,675 
1,771 


584 
678 


3,157 
3,629 


553 
629 


1,134 
1,303 


1,244 
1,441 


226 
256 


Unadjusted 


for seasona 


variation 




















1978 2 
3 
4 


-1,941 
-448 
-385 


-2,900 
-1,750 
-1,331 


-735 
325 
868 


819 
410 
-336 


-9 

4 
-3 


656 
394 
295 


228 
169 
122 


891 
923 
956 


155 
160 
165 


320 
331 
343 


353 
367 
381 


63 
65 
67 


1979 1 
2 
3 


-807 

-2,080 

420 


-3,561 
-2,886 
-1,122 


1,783 
-746 
-414 


72 

594 

1,360 


225 

6 

-49 


497 

731 
460 


177 
221 
185 


989 
1,022 
1,055 


171 
176 
181 


355 
366 
378 


394 
409 
423 


69 
71 
73 


Seasonally adjusted at 


annual 


rates 




















1978 2 
3 

4 


-5,088 
-4,272 
-3,004 


-11,016 
-9,992 
-8,660 


2,468 
2,068 
1,728 


1,008 
836 

1,116 


56 
376 
116 


1,792 
1,808 
1,848 


604 
632 
848 


3,564 
3,692 
3,824 


620 
640 
660 


1,280 
1,324 
1,372 


1,412 
1,468 
1,524 


252 

260 
268 


1979 1 
2 
3 


-2,056 

-5,668 

-676 


-8,424 

-11,564 

-7,348 


2,536 
2,876 
-1,160 


944 
328 

4,776 


244 
156 
212 


1,924 
1,972 
2,124 


720 
564 
720 


3,956 
4,088 
4,220 


684 
704 
724 


1.420 
1,464 
1,512 


1,576 
1,636 
1,692 


276 
284 
292 












Surplus or 


deficit on a 


national accounts 


basis 














Deduct: gross capital tormation 








Equals: surplus ( + ) or 


deficit (-) 






Year 
and 


Total 


Federal 


Provincial 


Local 


Hospitals 


Canada 

pension 
plan 


Quebec 


quarter 


Total 


Federal 


Provincial 


Local 


Hospitals 


plan 


D 

D 


40156 
40394 


40157 
40395 


40158 
40396 


40159 
40397 


40160 
40398 


40168 
40406 


40169 

40407 


40170 
40408 


40171 
40409 


40172 
40410 


40173 
40411 


40174 
40412 


1977 
1978 


6,833 
7,466 


1,163 
1,320 


2,384 
2,702 


2,940 
3,044 


346 
400 


-6,005 
-8,914 


-7,693 

-11,357 


-511 
565 


-227 
-565 


167 

-6 


1,675 
1,771 


584 
678 


Unadjusted 


for seasona 


I variation 




















1978 2 
3 
4 


1,814 
2,225 
2,028 


328 

371 
351 


640 
841 
738 


746 
909 
830 


100 
104 
109 


-2,864 
-1,750 
-1,457 


-3,073 
-1,961 
-1,517 


-1,055 
-185 
473 


426 
-132 
-785 


-46 
-35 
-45 


656 
394 
295 


228 
169 
122 


1979 1 
2 
3 


1,532 
1,922 
2,349 


235 
283 

314 


577 
734 
956 


625 
797 
959 


95 
108 
120 


-1,350 

-2,980 

-874 


-3,625 
-2,993 

-1,255 


1,561 

-1,114 

-992 


-159 
206 
824 


199 
-31 
-96 


497 
731 

460 


177 
221 
185 


Seasonally adjusted at 


annual 


rates 




















1978 2 
3 
4 


7,512 
7,480 
7,692 


1,336 
1,308 
1,372 


2,724 
2,708 
2,756 


3,044 
3,072 
3,148 


408 
392 
416 


-9,036 
-8,060 
-6,872 


-11,732 

-10,660 

-9,372 


1,024 
684 
344 


-624 
-768 
-508 


-100 
244 
-32 


1,792 
1.808 
1,848 


604 
632 
848 


1979 1 

2 
3 


7,832 
7,900 
7,912 


1,120 
1,140 
1,100 


3,076 
3,096 
3,116 


3,216 
3,228 
3,240 


420 
436 
456 


-5,932 
-9,480 
-4,368 


-8,860 

-12,000 

-7,724 


880 

1,244 

-2,764 


-696 
-1,264 
3,228 


100 

4 
48 


1,924 
1,972 
2,124 


720 
564 
720 



For source see Table 1.9. 



24 



February 1980 

1 -Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.8: Implicit price indexes,' gross national expenditure (1971 = 100), 

based on seasonally adjusted data 



Section 3-Tables 1.8 and 1.9 





Personal expenditure on consumer goods 


and services 




Government 

current 

expenditure 

on goods 

and services 






Gross fixed capital formation 








Total 




Government 




Year 
and 

quarter 


Total 


Durable 
goods 


Semi- 
durable 
goods 


Non- 
durable 
goods 


Services 


Total 


Non- 
residential 
construction 


Machinery 

and 

equipment 


D 


40626 


40627 


40628 


40629 


40630 




40631 




40632 


40633 


40634 


40635 


1977 
1978 


158.4 
170.0 


136.9 
144.0 


142.5 
149.0 


168.8 
186.5 


165.9 
177.0 




194.9 
212.6 




176.9 
191.2 


176.4 
188.4 


182.6 
194.4 


147.3 
157.2 


1978 2 
3 
4 


168.1 
171.1 
175.0 


141.7 
144.1 
148.6 


146.1 
148.8 
153.9 


185.5 
189.0 
192.1 


175.2 
178.8 
181.8 




209.8 
214.2 
219.4 




1897 
192.8 
196.8 


187.4 
190.8 
192.8 


193.3 
197.0 
198.6 


156.4 
158.1 
161.9 


1979 1 
2 
3 


178.3 
182.6 
187.1 


150.9 
154.6 
157.7 


156.7 
161.3 
166.4 


198.9 
202.6 
207.1 


183.6 
188.4 
193.4 




2237 
227.1 
234.2 




201.2 
205.1 
208.7 


197.8 
202.2 
205.3 


202.6 
206.8 
210.2 


169.0 
173.0 
173.7 






Gross fixed capital 


formation 




Exports of 
goods and services 




Deduct: 

imports of 

goods and services 








Business 










Total 


Non- 
Residential residential 
construction construction 


Machinery 
& equipment 




Total 


Of which: 
merchandise 




Of which: 
Total merchandise 


Gross 

national 
expenditure 


D 


40636 


40637 


40638 


40639 




40640 




40641 




40642 


40643 


40625 


1977 
1978 


177.0 
191.7 


205.6 
224.9 


176.2 
187.1 


158.9 
174.9 




187.3 
203.1 




189.3 
205.4 




174.2 
197.6 


177.0 
200.7 


171.7 
182.7 


1978 2 
3 
4 


190.1 
193.1 
197.4 


221.7 
227.7 
234.4 


185.2 
188.7 
192.4 


173.7 
175.7 
180.3 




198.3 
205.3 
211.6 




200.1 
207.6 
214.4 




192.2 
199.7 
208.6 


194.8 
202.9 
211.7 


181.8 
184.1 
186.6 


1979 1 
2 
3 


201.8 
205.6 
209.2 


244.4 
250.2 
256.7 


195.7 
200.2 
202.7 


184.1 
186.6 
190.5 




224.8 
234.2 
249.1 




229.4 
240.3 
256.5 




217.0 
217.4 
232.5 


219.2 
218.8 
235.0 


191.7 
198.1 
202.7 



'These implicit indexes are current weighted price indexes. They reflect not only pure price changes, but also changing expenditure patterns within and between major groups. 
Quarter-to-quarter comparisons based on the seasonally adjusted data are less subject to the problem of shifting weights than are similar comparisons based on data unad- 
justed for seasonality, and therefore may be used as indicators of price change 
For source see Table 1.9. 

Table 1.9: Relation between gross national product at market prices and gross domestic product at factor cost (millions of dollars) 





Gross 






Investment 


Investment 




Gross 






Investment 


Investment 






national 






income 


income 


Gross 


national 






income 


income 


Gross 


Year 


product 


Residual 


Indirect 


received 


paid 


domestic 


product 


Residual 


Indirect 


received 


paid 


domestic 


and 


at market 


error of 


taxes less 


from non- 


to non- 


product at 


at market 


error of 


taxes less 


from non- 


to non- 


product at 


quarter 


prices 


estimate 


subsidies 


residents 


residents 


factor cost 


prices 


estimate 


subsidies 


residents 


residents 


factor cost 


D 


40193 


40194 


40195 


40196 


40197 


40198 














D 














40550 


40431 


40432 


40433 


40434 


40435 


1977 


209,379 


-614 


-23,828 


-1,676 


6,214 


189,475 














1978 


230,407 


-412 


-25,423 


-2,105 


7,725 


210,192 














Unadjusted 


for seasonal variatior 










Seasonally adjusted 


at annual 


rates 






1978 2 


56,193 


-30 


-5,910 


-590 


1,788 


51,451 


228,052 


-536 


-24,872 


-2,180 


7,104 


207,568 


3 


62,698 


-48 


-6,222 


-589 


1,661 


57,500 


233,600 


-484 


-25,160 


-2,408 


7,608 


213,156 


4 


59,676 


-884 


-6,721 


-471 


2,725 


54,325 


238,548 


188 


-26,456 


-1,876 


9,348 


219,752 


1979 1 


58,610 


608 


-7,109 


-564 


1,991 


53,536 


248,784 


-512 


-27,176 


-2,272 


8,680 


227,504 


2 


63,407 


66 


-6,385 


-509 


2,240 


58,819 


255,204 


-364 


-26,904 


-1,952 


8,820 


234,804 


3 


70,326 


108 


-6,961 


-631 


2,151 


64,993 


264,400 


-108 


-27,956 


-2,536 


9,764 


243,564 



Source: National income and expenditure accounts (13-001), Statistics Canada. 



25 



Section 3-Table 2.1 

2-Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.1: Real domestic product by industry of origins quarterly volume indexes (1971 = 100), 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification 



February 1980 





Real 

domestic 

product 


Agriculture 


Forestry 


Fishing 

and 

trapping 


Mines 

(including 

milling). 

quarries 

and oil 
wells 


Manufac- 
turing 
industries 


Con- 
struction 


Transportation, storage 
and communication 


Electric 

power, 

gas and 

water 

utilities 




Trade 






Total 


Trans- 
portation 


Commun- 
ication 


Total 


Wholesale 
trade 


Retail 
trade 


Year 














1971 industry weights 














quarter 


100 000 


3.371 


.751 


.181 


3.819 


22.862 


6.990 


9.096 


5.874 


2964 


2.816 


11.367 


4509 


6.858 


D 

D 


100328 
100441 


100329 
100442 


100330 
100443 


100331 
100444 


100332 
100445 


100342 
100455 


100398 
100511 


100399 
100512 


100400 
100513 


100408 
100521 


100395 
100508 


100409 
100522 


100410 
100523 


100412 
100525 


1977 
1978 


130.1 
135.3 


108.8 

117.8 


116.4 
123.8 


106.9 
126 5 


114.0 
105.3 


124.1 
133.8 


121.8 
120.7 


139.5 
145.2 


125.7 
128 8 


172.2 
183.4 


151.0 
159.7 


136.5 
140.9 


127.1 
131.4 


143.0 
147.5 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1978 2 


136.3 


102.8 


101.2 


1303 


105.3 


138.0 


123.0 


145.9 


129.7 


183.2 


142.4 


146.9 


141.0 


151.0 


3 


141.1 


289.1 


127.0 


222.4 


97.2 


130.0 


1400 


150.4 


134.9 


185 6 


133.3 


140.2 


131.1 


146.6 


4 


136.8 


37.9 


155.0 


111.2 


109 9 


139.9 


120.5 


147.5 


129.7 


188 1 


172.0 


151.7 


129.6 


167.1 


1979 1 


132.7 


50.0 


127.7 


49.8 


108.5 


139.0 


93.9 


144.6 


125.1 


190 9 


199.3 


129.1 


127.7 


130.0 


2 


140.2 


108.5 


110.3 


1498 


111.9 


143.3 


112.6 


157.0 


140.2 


196.9 


155.6 


149.4 


142.9 


154.0 


3 


144.2 


257.8 


125.8 


202.7 


116.5 


133.8 


134.0 


160.7 


144.3 


198.5 


145.8 


144.0 


135.5 


149.9 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1978 2 
3 
4 



134.4 
136.0 
137.6 



114.3 
117.5 
119.7 



119.5 
114.6 
142.1 



108.1 
125.3 
132.7 



104.1 
100.8 
105.6 



132.3 
135.9 
138 9 



123.9 
120.6 
118 3 



143.4 
146.6 
148.4 



126.5 
129.4 
131.8 



182.5 
185.9 
187.3 



154 8 
157.7 
163.3 



140.3 
141.8 
141.6 



131.8 

131.7 
131.8 



146.2 
148.9 
148.4 



1979 1 
2 
3 



138.3 
138.0 
140.0 



115.1 
115.7 
115.6 



133.6 
130.7 
114.5 



121.3 
118.6 
117.0 



110.2 
111.9 
121.4 



139.2 
136 9 
139 1 



114.7 
114.3 
114.5 



150.3 
153.8 
156.3 



131.8 
136.1 

138 1 



192.3 
195.8 
198.5 



1686 
168.6 
171.8 



143.9 
142.7 
145.4 



133.7 
133.3 
135.4 



151.0 
149.3 
152.4 





Finance, 

insurance 

and real 

estate 


Community 

business 

and 

personal 

services 


Public 

administration 

and 

defence 






Special industry groupings 










Index of 

industrial 

production 


Goods- 
producing 
industries 


Commercial 

Service- industries 

producing Commercial less 

industries industries agriculture 


Non 

commercial 

industries 


Non-durable 

manufacturing 

industries 


Durable 

manufacturing 

industries 


Year 
and 










1971 


industry weights 








quarter 


12.036 


19359 


7.388 


29.497 


40.754 


59.246 81341 77 970 


18 659 


11.496 


11 366 


D 

D 


100422 
100535 


100423 
100536 


100430 
100543 


100431 
100544 


100433 
100546 


100435 100436 100437 
100548 100549 100550 


100438 

100551 


100439 
100552 


100440 
100553 



1977 


143.7 


129.9 


126.1 


125.2 


123.0 


134.9 


133 1 


134.1 


117.1 


121.6 


126 6 


1978 


150.5 


134.0 


128.8 


132.4 


129.0 


139.7 


139.2 


140.1 


118.7 


1329 


134.6 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1978 2 


149 6 


134.8 


1304 


134.1 


128.9 


141.2 


139.8 


141.4 


120.6 


133.8 


142.1 


3 


150.9 


131.3 


133.5 


126.0 


1424 


140.1 


147.1 


140 9 


114.8 


133.6 


126.4 


4 


153.7 


136.6 


125.8 


138.9 


127.6 


143.3 


140.8 


145.3 


119.6 


138.3 


141.5 


1979 1 


153.0 


137.4 


125.4 


140.5 


124.3 


138.5 


135.7 


139.4 


119 8 


136.5 


141.3 


2 


154.5 


138.7 


128.8 


140.3 


132.4 


145.5 


144.7 


146.3 


120.4 


142.4 


144.2 


3 


157.1 


135.5 


130.8 


132.6 


143.4 


144.7 


151.1 


146.5 


113.9 


138.6 


129.0 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1978 2 


149.7 


133.2 


129 3 


130.7 


127.8 


1389 


138.0 


139.1 


118.6 


130.6 


134.0 


3 


151.6 


134.5 


129 4 


133.3 


129.4 


140.5 


139.9 


140.9 


119.0 


134.9 


136.9 


4 


153.4 


135.6 


128.0 


136.8 


132.2 


141.3 


1420 


143.0 


118.5 


138.1 


139.7 


1979 1 


153.3 


136.9 


128.4 


138.1 


132.0 


142.5 


142.7 


143.9 


118.7 


137.9 


140.5 


2 


154.2 


137.1 


127.8 


136.5 


130.7 


143.0 


142.6 


143.7 


118.5 


138.0 


135.8 


3 


157.4 


138.5 


126.7 


139.8 


1328 


144.9 


145.0 


146 3 


118.1 


140.2 


138.0 



'The average of the monthly series may not equal the annual level due to rounding 

Sources: Indexes of Real Domestic Products by Industry (including the Index of Industrial Production) (61-005), and Indexes of Real Domestic Product by Industry, 

1971 = 100, occasional (61-213), Statistics Canada. 



26 



February 1980 

2-Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.2: Real domestic product by industry of origin, monthly volume indexes (1971 = 100), 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification 



Section 3-Table 2.2 







Real 

domestic 

product 


Ag 


riculture 


Forestry 


Fishing 

and 

trapping 






Mines (including 
quarries and oi 


milling), 
wells 










Total 


Metal 
mines 


Mineral 
fuels 


Non-metal 

mines (except 

coal mines) 


Year 
and 

month 










1971 industry 


weight 


s 










100.000 




3.371 


.715 


.181 




3.819 


1.584 


1.492 




363 




D 

D 


100215 
100554 




100216 
100555 


100217 
100556 


100218 
100557 




100219 
100558 


100220 
100559 


100224 
100563 




100227 
100566 


1977 
1978 




130.1 
135.3 




108.8 
117.8 


116.4 
123.8 


106 9 
126.5 




114.0 
105.3 


105.9 
85.1 


113.7 
113.6 




127.4 
120.6 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 

1977 D 128.1 



1978 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1979 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 



403 



127.0 



55.3 



115.8 



100.7 



129.5 



114.9 



121.8 


45.5 


89.6 


33.6 


104.7 


91.4 


111.6 


115.2 


130.2 


47.2 


124.2 


52.6 


111.7 


100.8 


117.2 


120.1 


129.7 


31.4 


122.6 


40.1 


109.7 


98.2 


113.3 


123.5 


136.0 


166.6 


98.7 


71.6 


102.1 


87.2 


103.9 


123.8 


135.8 


140.2 


93.6 


142.4 


101.2 


85.0 


102.6 


119.5 


137.0 


1.6 


111.3 


176.9 


112.5 


90.8 


120.8 


132.0 


128.7 


41.6 


93.4 


293.8 


90.1 


64.2 


102.0 


94.4 


130.9 


40.7 


127.4 


236.5 


99.2 


73.8 


110.3 


110.6 


163.6 


784.9 


160.1 


137.0 


102.2 


79.3 


108.2 


126.1 


137.3 


26.1 


154.8 


161.0 


109.4 


89.4 


115.7 


124.4 


138.8 


43.1 


167.0 


92.7 


110.0 


79.4 


127.5 


131.7 


134.4 


44.5 


143.1 


80.0 


110.3 


82.2 


129.8 


126.9 


127.7 


50.9 


111.8 


28.5 


104.0 


75.9 


123.9 


118.7 


134.6 


52.3 


134.9 


39.0 


110.7 


81.3 


131.6 


130.4 


135.8 


46.9 


136.4 


82.0 


110.9 


84.2 


126.9 


136.3 


138.9 


170.6 


105.0 


75.2 


110.6 


80.5 


129.5 


133.9 


140.7 


144.8 


107.1 


160.7 


110.5 


85.9 


122.6 


127.0 


140.9 


10.0 


118.9 


213.6 


114.7 


87.6 


125.4 


146.1 


133.3 


43.8 


114.2 


267.2 


114.4 


99.9 


122.6 


105.2 


135.7 


44.6 


132.2 


207.1 


116.6 


107.4 


116.7 


117.5 


163.5 


684.9 


131.0 


133.8 


118.4 


101.6 


120.7 


143.2 


140.7 


34.6 


123.0 


116.4 


119.9 


100.0 


128.0 


136.4 


141.3 


46.4 


126.1 


76.8 


120.5 


101.7 


126.6 


145.9 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 
1977 D 131.3 



1978 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1979 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 



115.9 



122.9 



98.3 



112.2 



101.9 



116.1 



117.5 



132.0 


121.0 


114.2 


113.6 


109.6 


100.3 


110.2 


119.5 


133.8 


119.9 


121.2 


134.2 


110.9 


101.0 


113.1 


117.0 


133.5 


117.7 


113.5 


113.4 


109.8 


99.1 


111.6 


117.6 


134.3 


112.1 


119.6 


114.0 


103.9 


86.4 


109.2 


121.9 


133.9 


114.8 


121.8 


103.5 


101.2 


80.2 


108.9 


120.0 


135.0 


115.9 


117.0 


106.8 


107.2 


83.6 


118.5 


128.0 


134.9 


115.1 


91.8 


123.7 


97.4 


68.1 


110.9 


121.6 


135.6 


119.3 


115.9 


129.8 


100.9 


73.7 


114.0 


123.1 


137.5 


118.1 


136.1 


122.3 


104.1 


80.6 


114.8 


121.3 


137.3 


117.8 


142.3 


134.0 


105.4 


86.1 


114.3 


112.0 


137.6 


119.8 


145.2 


129.3 


104.7 


78.3 


119.1 


119.5 


137.9 


121.5 


138.8 


134.8 


106.6 


83.5 


116.4 


126.3 


138.1 


114.4 


143.2 


124.0 


109.0 


84.5 


122.9 


122.7 


137.8 


114.5 


131.7 


112.9 


110.6 


82.7 


128.4 


125.6 


138.9 


116.4 


125.8 


127.0 


111.1 


85.1 


126.0 


129.0 


137.4 


114.9 


127.0 


117.9 


114.7 


82.4 


137.5 


132.8 


138.4 


115.7 


140.0 


115.4 


110.4 


79.6 


130.0 


129.2 


138.3 


116.6 


125.0 


122.6 


110.5 


84.6 


123.2 


136.0 


139.4 


115.4 


112.0 


115.7 


122.8 


104.7 


132.8 


136.2 


139.9 


116.0 


120.0 


117.4 


119.5 


108.8 


121.1 


132.4 


140.6 


115.3 


111.4 


118.0 


121.8 


106.4 


128.2 


134.7 


140.6 


112.6 


113.2 


119.6 


117.2 


97.6 


127.5 


129.3 


140.1 


114.9 


109.6 


122.7 


114.7 


99.6 


118.0 


132.1 



27 



Section 3-Table 2.2/Continued 

2-Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.2: Real domestic product by industry of origin, monthly volume indexes (1971 = 100), 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification/continued 



February 1980 















Manufacturing industries 














Total 


Food and 
beverages 
industries 


Tobacco 
products 
industries 


Rubber 
& plastic 
products 
industries 


Leather 
industries 


Textile 
industries 


Knitting 
mills 


Clothing 
industries 


Wood 
industries 


Furniture 

and fixture 

industries 


Paper 
and allied 
industries 


Printing, 

publishing, 

and allied 

industries 


Primary 

metal 

industries 


Year 












1971 


industry we 


ghts 












month 


22.862 


3.254 


.212 


.650 


.206 


.756 


.205 


.742 


968 


.420 


1.878 


1.123 


1.976 


D 

D 


100229 
100568 


100230 
100569 


100239 
100578 


100240 
100579 


100242 
100581 


100243 
100582 


100244 
100583 


100245 
100584 


100246 
100585 


100249 
100588 


100250 
100589 


100252 
100591 


100253 
100592 


1977 
1978 


124.1 
133.8 


112.1 
115.3 


121.6 

115.2 


155.3 
188.3 


95.0 
111.9 


116.9 
127.9 


101.5 
114.3 


115.2 
132.7 


141.0 
151.0 


109.5 
123.9 


117.1 
129.3 


129.2 
137.2 


116.1 
123.7 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 
1977 D 116.2 103.3 103.3 



152.8 



72.9 



117.3 



860 



93.6 



128.1 



110.1 



111.3 



125.0 



104.1 



1978 J 


114.6 


97.2 


120 4 


147.3 


88.3 


114.1 


101.2 


112.9 


131.3 


104.5 


118.4 


119.4 


115.2 


F 


132.8 


107.4 


137.4 


185.9 


119.4 


130.8 


122.1 


147.0 


153.6 


127.4 


128.1 


135.1 


127.7 


M 


134.2 


105.5 


139.6 


171.0 


108.1 


128.3 


114.8 


134.2 


154.8 


130.9 


130.0 


139.8 


131.8 


A 


136.4 


111.3 


133.3 


179.4 


106.4 


132.0 


110.2 


114.9 


163.1 


125.3 


134.3 


143.5 


129.7 


M 


133.4 


114.5 


107.3 


170.8 


110.8 


124.1 


104.4 


113.5 


153.9 


122.2 


129.9 


139.3 


128.6 


J 


144.2 


123.0 


120.3 


194.9 


120.3 


130.1 


130.3 


136.5 


161.5 


126.8 


138.8 


142.8 


136.5 


J 


119.0 


114.5 


41.6 


163.7 


92.4 


112.8 


97.5 


113.1 


133.0 


83.4 


123.6 


119.8 


113.1 


A 


125.4 


125.6 


100.1 


164.4 


106.2 


118.9 


119.7 


143.0 


144.0 


118.7 


127.9 


129.5 


103.4 


S 


145.6 


131.6 


131.2 


219.7 


133.7 


131.2 


123.8 


164.4 


163.1 


141.5 


131.9 


148.8 


122.4 


O 


144.0 


123.7 


120.7 


211.9 


124.1 


138.9 


125.6 


148.9 


159.6 


140.4 


135.7 


149.5 


126.0 


N 


146.3 


122.0 


126.4 


234.0 


127.8 


140.5 


124.2 


157.3 


154.9 


144.8 


129.8 


152.3 


131.5 


D 


129.4 


107.6 


103.9 


2167 


105.3 


133.6 


98.1 


107.1 


139.2 


120.3 


123.2 


126.1 


118.1 


1979 J 


127.3 


102.4 


114.4 


197.8 


102.8 


135.2 


101.5 


128 9 


134.7 


115.7 


125.9 


118.1 


124.8 


F 


143.6 


109.9 


135.2 


239.9 


120.3 


142.4 


128.7 


158.7 


155.1 


137.8 


135.6 


139.0 


133.2 


M 


146.0 


114.3 


146.0 


228.9 


112.9 


136.6 


126.9 


149.5 


161.5 


134.5 


139.5 


141.9 


133.7 


A 


140.2 


114.4 


135.0 


226.3 


109.3 


133.9 


122 6 


131.4 


165.0 


130.8 


143.4 


146.0 


129.5 


M 


141.3 


124.1 


128 1 


215.5 


111.1 


135.2 


114.4 


124.3 


157.7 


133.4 


131.7 


143.5 


132.8 


J 


148.4 


134.0 


131.7 


231.4 


121.6 


140.1 


142.5 


149.9 


168.0 


132.9 


135.1 


144.4 


121.0 


J 


122.6 


118.2 


46.3 


187.8 


92.9 


115.6 


112.4 


123.8 


130.8 


95.6 


123.2 


125.9 


103.4 


A 


130.0 


126.8 


116.5 


203.7 


131.6 


125.5 


126.6 


1499 


147.2 


116.9 


129.7 


134.5 


109.0 


S 


148.7 


131.6 


125.1 


232.6 


134.1 


134.7 


131.3 


161.8 


162.3 


134.9 


136.4 


158.8 


123.5 


O 


146.5 


125.1 


125.4 


234.3 


1266 


132.8 


132.1 


149.3 


157.4 


132.9 


136.6 


157.8 


134.2 


N 


147.4 


124.0 


141.9 


237.3 


123.3 


130.7 


131.9 


145.2 


153.1 


138 5 


140.3 


166.2 


136.3 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

1977 D 125.4 113.6 



120 7 



149.9 



82.6 



121.0 



105.2 



119.8 



144.0 



113.7 



119.0 



131.2 



112.6 



1978 J 


126.2 


115.8 


1205 


155.6 


99.0 


119.4 


109.7 


120.1 


140.9 


117.4 


125.8 


132.7 


117.1 


F 


128.3 


114.4 


122.2 


164.5 


110.8 


122.5 


111.8 


127.8 


141.4 


118.9 


124.8 


134.6 


120.7 


M 


129.2 


113.5 


120.0 


161.2 


108.3 


121.9 


109.5 


125.8 


142.1 


124.3 


127.4 


135.9 


122.3 


A 


132.5 


113.8 


121.2 


174.9 


108.2 


126.7 


115.2 


121.6 


150.2 


123.8 


130.0 


137.3 


123.0 


M 


131.1 


112.1 


106.5 


173.5 


110.5 


124.0 


109.2 


126.3 


150.4 


124.0 


129.4 


138.1 


124.2 


J 


133.3 


112.5 


110.0 


185.8 


119.5 


125.3 


120.8 


132.1 


151.1 


124.7 


130.4 


137.5 


126.3 


J 


134.5 


112.2 


106.8 


193.8 


112.3 


132.1 


108.9 


126.3 


154.9 


112.6 


132.4 


136.0 


129 3 


A 


133.6 


116.5 


108.3 


190.5 


99.6 


125.4 


115.0 


135.7 


153.5 


126.3 


129.5 


138.2 


115.6 


S 


139.6 


118.3 


118.3 


207.4 


121.0 


129.2 


117.6 


144.3 


158.7 


128.6 


131.7 


142.0 


122.2 


O 


138.3 


117.9 


116.1 


206.2 


114.4 


134.5 


118.2 


141.9 


158.1 


131.4 


130.1 


142.2 


126.8 


N 


139.1 


118.1 


111.9 


216.6 


118.4 


138.3 


115.4 


150.0 


156.7 


130.8 


128.5 


137.7 


127.5 


D 


139.3 


118.8 


120.4 


215.3 


119.2 


138.2 


120.7 


140.6 


156.5 


125.2 


132.1 


132.5 


129.1 


1979 J 


139.4 


119.7 


114.9 


211.7 


108.4 


141.4 


112.1 


137.7 


145.6 


130.1 


133.8 


132.6 


126.3 


F 


138.4 


117.3 


120.0 


210.8 


111.4 


134.8 


117.4 


138.5 


143.1 


128.9 


132.2 


135.7 


125.9 


M 


139.9 


120.9 


125.0 


215.8 


113.5 


130.1 


120.3 


139.8 


146.9 


127.6 


136.8 


137.9 


124.5 


A 


136.0 


115.8 


122.5 


217.2 


111.5 


128.7 


126.7 


135.7 


151.7 


128.9 


138.4 


139.7 


123.0 


M 


138.3 


117.1 


128.2 


218.7 


111.2 


134.8 


122.2 


138.2 


153.6 


132.6 


131.3 


142.3 


128.3 


J 


136.3 


119.6 


123.1 


218.4 


119.4 


134.1 


131.8 


141.2 


156.8 


130.9 


126.7 


138.9 


111.0 


J 


137.7 


117.8 


122.5 


222.4 


111.5 


134.9 


124.3 


138.8 


148.2 


121.4 


130.2 


142.7 


118.6 


A 


137.7 


116.7 


125.9 


224.7 


123.2 


132.1 


121.6 


142.5 


157.1 


124.5 


131.4 


143.6 


121.7 


S 


141.8 


118.7 


120.7 


223.2 


121.0 


132.8 


124.5 


141.9 


158.7 


122.2 


136.2 


151.6 


123.4 


O 


141.2 


120.3 


116.1 


228.1 


116.6 


128.4 


124.3 


142.7 


156.4 


124.1 


132.6 


150.1 


135.5 


N 


140.9 


121.2 


121.6 


227.3 


114.4 


128.6 


122.9 


142.1 


154.2 


125.1 


138.9 


150.4 


133.9 



28 



February 1980 

2-Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.2: Real domestic product by industry of origin, monthly volume indexes (1971 = 100), 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification/continued 



Section 3-Table 2.2/Continued 











Manufacturing 


industries 








Construction 
industry 


Transportation, storage & comr 
Total Transp. Storage 






Metal 

fabricating 

ind. (ex 

mach. & 

transp. 

equip, ind. 


Machin- 
eries 
ind. (ex. 
electrical 
machinery 


Trans- 
portation 
equipment 
industries 


Electrical 
products 
industries 


Non- 
metallic 
mineral 
products 
industries 


Petroleum 
and coal 
products 

industries 


Chemical 

and chem. 

products 

industries 


Miscel- 
laneous 

manufac- 
turing ( 

industries 


nun. 
Commun. 


Year 

and 












1971 


industry we 


ghts 












month 


1.887 


1.008 


2.571 


1.631 


.905 


.394 


1.363 


.713 


6.990 


9.096 


5.874 


.258 


2.964 


D 
D 


100258 
100597 


100259 
100598 


100260 
100599 


100266 
100605 


100271 
100610 


100275 
100614 


100276 
100615 


100281 
100620 


100285 
100624 


100286 
100625 


100287 
100626 


100293 
100632 


100295 
100634 


1977 
1978 


119.5 
127.0 


147.2 
155.4 


139.1 
146.2 


114.1 
119.6 


121.5 
133.7 


135.0 
136.7 


135.6 
158.1 


123.2 
133.3 


121.8 
120.7 


139.5 
145.2 


125.7 
128.8 


106.7 
112.7 


172.2 
183.4 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 
1977 D 114.6 156.1 120.6 



112.4 



107.8 



145.4 



130.2 



114.3 



104.3 



135.8 



117.9 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

1977 D 121.2 148.3 



142.4 



112.5 



125.7 



136.7 



139.3 



123.4 



118.5 



139.5 



122.9 



96.0 



100.3 



177.8 



1978 J 


96.6 


119.2 


129.4 


110.2 


88.2 


137.3 


140.7 


107.4 


94.7 


133.0 


116.2 


83.9 


173.5 


F 


126.2 


156.0 


146.0 


118.6 


109.1 


137.9 


159.5 


130.9 


102.1 


138.3 


122.0 


81.7 


178.3 


M 


131.8 


163.1 


155.3 


118.5 


110.8 


129.2 


159.4 


135.3 


101.8 


140.3 


124.6 


93.6 


178.1 


A 


128.3 


160.1 


162.2 


120.4 


125.4 


118.9 


168.6 


128.4 


112.5 


142.7 


126.4 


106.2 


180.8 


M 


127.6 


161.2 


155.2 


111.8 


133.5 


118.9 


160.4 


130.1 


120.5 


144.3 


127.5 


120.3 


182.6 


J 


142.2 


173.9 


167.0 


124.0 


150.5 


141.0 


165.4 


136.8 


135.9 


150.8 


135.1 


129.1 


186.2 


J 


113.6 


136.1 


114.7 


94.9 


139.6 


146.3 


143.5 


125.5 


137.2 


150.1 


135.2 


134.3 


183.3 


A 


129.8 


129.3 


104.3 


108.7 


146.2 


143.6 


150.1 


130.8 


141.5 


150.9 


136.0 


115.0 


186.0 


S 


139.8 


167.0 


153.0 


131.6 


165.4 


132.8 


166.9 


153.6 


141.4 


150.1 


133.4 


132.1 


187.5 


O 


133.1 


161.8 


159.1 


132.6 


162.8 


138.0 


163.9 


149.4 


136.8 


148.1 


131.7 


125.8 


185.3 


N 


136.3 


177.5 


166.2 


136.0 


149.6 


149.8 


165.1 


142.9 


124.0 


148.2 


129.6 


120.9 


190.4 


D 


118.8 


159.5 


142.3 


127.9 


122.7 


147.0 


153.4 


128.3 


100.7 


146.2 


127.9 


109.0 


188.6 


1979 J 


112.6 


151.3 


154.9 


118.1 


94.4 


147.1 


150.9 


114.8 


92.5 


141.2 


122.1 


95.2 


186.2 


F 


132.3 


183.6 


164.1 


134.3 


116.4 


143.3 


174.7 


142.1 


94.8 


143.7 


123.3 


89.4 


192.4 


M 


133.1 


209.0 


173.1 


133.4 


114.1 


151.7 


166.5 


150.4 


94.5 


148.9 


130.0 


99.1 


194.0 


A 


125.5 


180.2 


153.2 


124.9 


123.5 


136.5 


164.0 


140.5 


100.1 


153.8 


136.8 


100.1 


195.3 


M 


134.1 


175.2 


156.5 


126.6 


136.4 


132.1 


164.5 


139.5 


110.7 


155.3 


138.2 


119.2 


195.2 


J 


144.3 


183.1 


155.0 


139.2 


163.8 


148.6 


168.7 


156.3 


127.1 


162.0 


145.7 


125.7 


200.1 


J 


118.7 


154.9 


108.0 


110.6 


148.2 


138.7 


147.0 


131.8 


132.2 


159.8 


144.4 


133.8 


195.1 


A 


131.1 


151.3 


94.3 


116.6 


152.8 


153.3 


155.0 


137.3 


134.9 


162.7 


147.3 


120.3 


199.4 


S 


146.7 


193.1 


141.0 


146.6 


162.9 


141.1 


169.4 


163.7 


135.0 


159.7 


141.3 


139.8 


200.9 


O 


145.3 


193.8 


140.5 


139.2 


153.9 


140.7 


165.7 


156.0 


130.2 


158.6 


138.9 


138.6 


202.7 


N 


148.9 


206.8 


130.5 


144.8 


150.2 


149.7 


168.1 


153.2 


118.5 


157.5 


136.3 


130.6 


205.3 



178.5 



1978 J 


119.1 


142.5 


135.1 


116.9 


119.6 


132.2 


145.9 


126.0 


116.6 


141.7 


126.5 


104.7 


177.6 


F 


123.3 


147.0 


137.1 


115.1 


125.1 


134.0 


150.3 


127.0 


120.5 


143.1 


128.8 


103.4 


177.4 


M 


126.5 


149.6 


140.6 


114.8 


123.0 


129.9 


151.7 


129.1 


120.7 


143.9 


128.3 


128.4 


178.7 


A 


127.0 


162.4 


143.8 


119.9 


128.5 


131.0 


158.3 


130.9 


124.6 


143.1 


126.3 


113.2 


181.8 


M 


127.4 


150.7 


144.8 


115.4 


127.6 


122.9 


154.6 


132.2 


124.3 


142.7 


125.5 


111.6 


182.3 


J 


131.2 


152.4 


145.3 


117.6 


131.9 


133.5 


155.5 


131.7 


122.7 


144.5 


127.7 


113.4 


183.4 


J 


128.3 


158.1 


150.7 


115.6 


135.3 


140.3 


157.2 


135.6 


121.8 


146.1 


128.9 


114.4 


185.7 


A 


129.8 


151.7 


143.7 


118.9 


137.9 


139.7 


162.9 


134.8 


120.7 


146.8 


129.9 


117.1 


185.6 


S 


133.0 


166.1 


156.2 


121.0 


146.9 


147.3 


164.4 


141.5 


119.3 


146.8 


129.5 


115.8 


186.5 


O 


128.6 


162.1 


148.8 


124.1 


141.9 


149.1 


163.6 


137.9 


119.6 


146.8 


130.7 


108.8 


184.7 


N 


129.3 


168.8 


152.1 


124.5 


137.8 


143.9 


166.2 


132.5 


118.4 


147.9 


130.9 


108.4 


187.7 


D 


125.8 


151.8 


157.7 


129.4 


144.8 


137.9 


165.2 


138.3 


116.9 


150.5 


133.7 


115.5 


189.5 


1979 J 


130.0 


175.6 


160.0 


127.1 


131.3 


141.4 


162.4 


134.9 


116.3 


150.2 


132.5 


121.1 


190.8 


F 


130.9 


173.4 


154.2 


128.7 


134.4 


139.1 


161.3 


138.2 


114.1 


148.5 


129.9 


113.8 


191.4 


M 


126.7 


187.1 


157.0 


128.6 


128.4 


149.6 


157.5 


143.6 


113.7 


152.3 


133.1 


136.2 


194.6 


A 


125.5 


182.2 


136.2 


123.2 


126.5 


145.9 


154.9 


143.3 


112.6 


153.6 


136.0 


106.1 


195.7 


M 


131.9 


163.7 


145.4 


131.3 


127.9 


140.5 


160.0 


141.8 


115.2 


153.3 


135.6 


111.0 


194.9 


J 


132.5 


160.4 


135.8 


131.1 


140.7 


138.0 


158.4 


150.7 


115.0 


154.5 


136.6 


111.5 


196.8 


J 


132.5 


178.2 


135.9 


133.7 


143.2 


136.9 


163.9 


142.1 


115.6 


155.3 


137.3 


115.3 


197.5 


A 


133.7 


178.2 


126.2 


133.3 


142.1 


143.6 


165.0 


141.9 


114.1 


157.3 


139.5 


121.9 


198.8 


S 


136.7 


191.8 


139.1 


132.9 


143.8 


150.1 


167.4 


150.8 


113.7 


156.2 


137.5 


122.5 


199.2 


O 


140.0 


193.6 


131.9 


131.4 


133.6 


149.0 


164.9 


143.9 


113.5 


157.8 


138.6 


120.1 


202.3 


N 


140.6 


196.5 


121.7 


132.9 


136.5 


146.6 


167.6 


142.2 


112.6 


157.7 


138.5 


117.3 


202.4 



29 



Section 3-Table 2.2/Continued 

2- Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.2: Real domestic product by industry of origin, monthly volume indexes (1971 = 100), 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification/continued 



February 1980 







Electric 

power, gas 

and water 

utilities 




Trade 




Finance, 

insurance, 

and real 

estate 




Community, business and personal services 








Total 


Wholesale 
trade 


Retail 
trade 


Total 


Education Health & 

& related Wellare 

services services 


Amusement 
and rec. 
services 


Services 
to business 
management 


Personal 
services 


Accom. 
and tood 
services 


Year 












1971 industry 


weights 












month 


2.816 


11.367 


4.509 


6.858 


12.036 


19.359 


6509 5.272 


.427 




2.311 


1.000 


2.799 




D 

D 


100282 
100621 


100296 
100635 


100297 
100636 


100299 
100638 


100309 
100648 


100310 
100649 


100311 100312 
100650 100651 


100313 
100652 




100314 
100653 


100315 
100654 


100316 
100655 


1977 
1978 




151.0 

159.7 


136.5 
140.9 


127.1 
131.4 


143.0 
147.5 


143.7 
150.5 


129.9 
134.0 


107.7 122.9 
107.0 126.4 


194.6 
198.5 




186.3 
206.2 


113.2 
114.9 


138.4 
143.9 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 
1977 D 186.9 157.5 

1978 



120.9 



183.0 



146.3 



130.2 



110.9 



123 7 



177.5 



190.8 



1979 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

1977 D 159.7 137.5 



129.3 



143.3 



145.5 



131.4 



106.8 



124.1 



197.4 



194.5 



113.7 



113.8 



130.2 



J 


197.6 


115.3 


111.6 


117.9 


146.4 


131.2 


113.6 


123.9 


177.7 


192.7 


114.2 


128.6 


F 


198.0 


128.9 


131.9 


126.8 


148.9 


134.2 


116.5 


124.4 


181.3 


197.3 


114.2 


137.2 


M 


177.7 


129.6 


127.6 


131.0 


148.0 


134.9 


116.5 


124.9 


181.2 


200.8 


113.8 


139.5 


A 


157.1 


141.3 


135.7 


145.2 


148.4 


134.2 


114.9 


1250 


181.1 


200.7 


114.3 


137.6 


M 


137.0 


147.9 


142.3 


151.9 


149.1 


134.4- 


112.4 


126.0 


199.3 


201.2 


115.1 


138.6 


J 


133.1 


151.4 


144.9 


156.0 


151.2 


135.7 


106.5 


127.1 


211.1 


205.2 


116.2 


154.0 


J 


126.8 


137.0 


1292 


142.4 


150.0 


128.7 


81.6 


128.1 


234.3 


208.3 


114.8 


154.2 


A 


134.8 


136.6 


125.4 


144.3 


150.4 


128.2 


76.6 


128.3 


234.2 


211.8 


114.9 


158.9 


S 


138 3 


147.1 


138.8 


153.0 


152.3 


137.1 


106.8 


127.5 


207.2 


213.4 


114.5 


157.2 


O 


151.4 


143.3 


133.9 


149.8 


153.6 


137.4 


112.8 


127.3 


202.0 


213.3 


115.5 


144.9 


N 


169.2 


149.1 


133.0 


160.3 


154.2 


137.9 


115.0 


127.4 


191.8 


216.9 


115.8 


142.3 


D 


195.5 


162.7 


121.8 


191.3 


153.4 


134.4 


109.2 


127.9 


181.1 


214.6 


116.3 


134.1 


J 


204.6 


118.7 


114.7 


121.5 


152.4 


135.3 


110.8 


128.2 


181.0 


218.3 


117.2 


132.4 


F 


210.8 


131.8 


135.3 


129 4 


153.4 


137.5 


114.3 


128.2 


187.2 


223.0 


117.1 


135.1 


M 


182.5 


136.7 


133.2 


139.2 


153.3 


139 4 


115.1 


128.5 


187.9 


227.3 


117.0 


141.8 


A 


168.3 


141.1 


133.6 


146 4 


152.6 


137.9 


113.6 


128.3 


182 7 


226.4 


117.9 


136.0 


M 


153.0 


152.2 


147.8 


155.3 


154.0 


138.4 


111.0 


129.1 


197.6 


229.1 


118.6 


138.4 


J 


145.6 


155.0 


147.3 


160.3 


156.9 


139.8 


105.3 


1306 


216.2 


2325 


119.2 


152.4 


J 


142.7 


141.5 


130.9 


148.9 


156.7 


132.5 


79.9 


131.8 


226.4 


236.8 


118.9 


151.2 


A 


146.8 


142.4 


131.2 


150.2 


156.9 


132.3 


75.4 


131.4 


224.5 


2422 


118.9 


156.7 


S 


147.8 


148.1 


144.5 


150.6 


157.7 


141.7 


105.3 


130.9 


199.9 


244.3 


119.5 


' 157.5 


O 


159.2 


145.9 


139.9 


150.1 


158.1 


142.8 


111.8 


130.8 


195.8 


248.0 


120.1 


146.2 


N 


175.2 


149.7 


135.3 


159.7 


157.5 


143.6 


113.7 


130.9 


182.6 


251.9 


120.4 


146.3 



140.3 



1978 J 


160.5 


138.2 


130.2 


143.7 


147.0 


132 1 


107 4 


124.4 


197.7 


195.6 


114.1 


142.9 


F 


163.3 


141.3 


133.1 


147.1 


1477 


133.3 


108.6 


124.9 


198.8 


197.7 


114.3 


144.8 


M 


160.8 


138.1 


127.3 


145.7 


147.6 


133.2 


107.8 


125.4 


198.9 


199.6 


114.2 


143.7 


A 


157.7 


139.5 


131.2 


145.3 


148.9 


133.4 


107.5 


125.6 


195 6 


201.5 


114.3 


145.1 


M 


152.4 


140.3 


130.9 


146.8 


149.5 


133.1 


107.0 


126.0 


193.5 


202.9 


114.7 


141.8 


J 


154.4 


141.0 


133.2 


146.4 


150.7 


133.0 


105.5 


126.4 


187.4 


205.2 


115.1 


143.6 


J 


154.4 


140.1 


131.8 


145.9 


150.1 


134.2 


106.9 


126.7 


199.9 


206.6 


115.1 


144.1 


A 


158.8 


141.5 


131.8 


148.3 


151.5 


134.5 


106.7 


127.4 


202.4 


208.6 


115.0 


143.5 


S 


159.9 


143.9 


131.4 


152.6 


153.1 


134.8 


106.4 


1273 


201.7 


210.8 


115.0 


144.7 


O 


160.7 


141.5 


132.2 


148.0 


153.8 


135.4 


106.8 


127.5 


204.0 


213.3 


115.5 


144.7 


N 


162.6 


141.5 


132.0 


148.1 


153.6 


135.6 


106 7 


127.8 


201.5 


216.0 


116.0 


1439 


D 


166 5 


141.7 


131.1 


149.1 


152.7 


135.7 


1054 


128.2 


201.2 


218.8 


116.4 


144.6 


1979 J 


167.9 


142.4 


133.9 


148.3 


153.6 


136.4 


104.8 


1288 


201.5 


221.6 


117.2 


147.1 


F 


171.4 


143.7 


134.9 


149.9 


152.9 


136.7 


106.5 


128.8 


205.3 


223.4 


117.3 


142.5 


M 


166.6 


145.6 


132.2 


154.9 


153.4 


137.6 


106.5 


129.0 


206.5 


225.9 


117.3 


146.1 


A 


168.4 


140.5 


130.7 


147.4 


153.2 


137.2 


106.3 


128.9 


197.5 


2273 


118.0 


143.2 


M 


167.3 


143.4 


133.7 


150.2 


154.0 


137.1 


105.6 


129.1 


191.9 


230.9 


118.1 


141.5 


J 


170.0 


144.3 


135.6 


150.3 


155.5 


137.1 


104.2 


129.8 


192.0 


2325 


118.1 


142.0 


J 


170.5 


145.3 


134.6 


152.7 


156.1 


137.9 


104.7 


130.4 


193.3 


234.9 


119.2 


141.4 


A 


173.2 


146.4 


135.6 


153.9 


157.8 


138.5 


105.0 


130.4 


193.7 


238.6 


119.0 


141.7 


S 


171.7 


144.6 


135.9 


150.7 


158.4 


139.2 


105.0 


130.9 


191.7 


241.4 


120.1 


143.5 


O 


169.5 


144.1 


137.8 


148.4 


158.6 


140.9 


105.8 


131.1 


198.0 


248.0 


120.0 


145.9 


N 


168.3 


142.5 


135.2 


147.5 


157.5 


141.3 


105.4 


131.3 


192.0 


250.9 


120.7 


148.0 



30 



February 1980 

2-Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.2: Real domestic product by industry of origin, monthly volume indexes (1971 = 100), 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification/concluded 



Section 3-Table 2.2/Concluded 





Public 

admin. 

and defence 










Special industry 


groupings 












Index ot 

industrial 

production 


Real 

domestic 

product less 

agriculture 


Goods- 
producing 
industries 


Goods- 
producing 
ind. less 
agriculture 


Service- 
producing Commercial 
industries industries 


Commercial 

ind. less 

agriculture 


Non- 
commercial 
industries 


Non-durable 

manufacturing 

industries 


Durable 

manufacturing 

industries 


Year 










1971 


industry weights 












month 


7.388 


29.497 


96 629 


40.754 


37 383 


59.246 


81.341 


77 970 


18.659 


11.496 


11.366 


D 

D 


100317 
100656 


100318 
100657 


100319 
100658 


100320 
100659 


100321 
100660 


100322 
100661 


100323 
100662 


100324 
100663 


100325 
100664 


100326 
100665 


100327 
100666 


1977 
1978 


126.1 
128.8 


125.2 

132.4 


130.8 
135.9 


123.0 
129.0 


124.3 
130.0 


134.9 
139.7 


133.1 
139 2 


134.1 
140.1 


117.1 
118.7 


121.6 
132.9 


126.6 
134.6 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 

1977 D 124.4 122 6 



131.2 



112.4 



118.9 



138.8 



130.5 



134.4 



117.4 



114.4 



117.9 



1978 J 


124.4 


120.8 


124.5 


109.1 


114.8 


130.5 


122.7 


126 


118.3 


115.5 


113.7 


F 


125.5 


135.9 


133.0 


122.1 


128.9 


135.6 


132.5 


136.2 


119.9 


132.1 


133.5 


M 


126.6 


134.9 


133.1 


120.0 


128.0 


136.3 


131.8 


136.1 


120.4 


130.1 


138.2 


A 


126.8 


133.8 


134.9 


131.9 


128.7 


138 8 


139.7 


138.5 


119.9 


132.3 


140.4 


M 


130.1 


129.5 


135.6 


128.2 


127.1 


140.9 


139.2 


139.1 


120.9 


129.5 


137.2 


J 


134.4 


139.0 


141.7 


126.7 


138.0 


144.0 


140.6 


146.6 


121.1 


139.6 


148.7 


J 


137.0 


115.9 


131.7 


113.7 


120 3 


138.9 


132.1 


136.0 


113.9 


122.4 


115.6 


A 


134.5 


122.8 


134.1 


119.8 


127.0 


138.5 


135.4 


139.5 


111.2 


132.2 


118.6 


S 


128.9 


139.2 


141.9 


193.7 


140.1 


143.0 


173.8 


147.3 


119.2 


146.1 


145.0 


O 


126.7 


140.1 


141.2 


130.5 


139.9 


142.1 


141.3 


146.3 


120.1 


142.9 


145.0 


N 


126.0 


143.7 


142.2 


132.2 


140.2 


143.4 


143.0 


147.4 


120.6 


144.0 


148.7 


D 


124.8 


132 9 


137.6 


120.0 


126.8 


144.3 


138.2 


142.2 


118.0 


127.9 


130.9 


1979 J 


124.6 


131.3 


130.4 


117.1 


123.1 


135.0 


129.9 


133.3 


118.5 


125.6 


128.9 


F 


125.4 


145.4 


137.5 


128.3 


135.1 


139.0 


138.0 


141.7 


120.1 


141.8 


145.3 


M 


126.3 


144.8 


138.9 


127.5 


134.8 


141.4 


139.3 


143.3 


120.8 


142.2 


149.8 


A 


125.6 


138.9 


137.8 


133.9 


130.6 


1424 


143.3 


142.1 


120.0 


140.0 


140.5 


M 


128.7 


138.4 


140.6 


133.6 


132.6 


145.6 


145.3 


145.4 


120.7 


139.0 


143.6 


J 


132.0 


143.7 


145.4 


129.6 


140.4 


148.6 


145.5 


151.4 


120.5 


148.2 


148.5 


J 


133.3 


123.4 


136.5 


118.7 


125.5 


143.3 


138.1 


142.2 


112.6 


127.1 


118.2 


A 


131.9 


129.8 


138.9 


124.0 


131.2 


143.8 


141.5 


145.7 


110.4 


138.7 


121.3 


S 


127.2 


144.7 


145.3 


187.6 


142.5 


147.1 


173.8 


151.7 


118.7 


1499 


147.6 


O 


124.7 


144.2 


144.4 


132.1 


141.0 


146.6 


145.6 


150.4 


119.8 


146.1 


146.9 


N 


123.9 


146.4 


144.6 


132.6 


140.4 


147.2 


146.2 


150.5 


120.1 


147.7 


147.2 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 
1977 D 127.2 1268 



131.8 



124.3 



125.0 



136.1 



134.5 



135.3 



117.4 



123.1 



127.6 



1978 J 


128.0 


127.1 


132.4 


124.5 


124.8 


137.2 


135.3 


135.9 


117.8 


126.4 


125.9 


F 


128.4 


129 2 


134.3 


126.8 


127.4 


138.6 


137.3 


138.0 


118.7 


128.2 


128.4 


M 


128.9 


129.6 


134.0 


126.7 


127.5 


138.1 


136.9 


137.7 


118.7 


128.2 


130.3 


A 


129.3 


131.0 


135.1 


128.0 


129.5 


138.6 


137.9 


139.1 


118.7 


130.8 


134.1 


M 


129.1 


129.2 


134.6 


126.9 


128.0 


138.7 


137.4 


138.4 


118.7 


129.3 


132.9 


J 


129.6 


131.8 


135.7 


128.5 


129.7 


139.4 


138.8 


139.8 


118.5 


131.6 


134.9 


J 


130.5 


131.5 


135.6 


127.6 


128.8 


139.9 


138.5 


139.5 


119.4 


132.5 


136.6 


A 


129.3 


131.6 


136.1 


128.4 


129.2 


140.5 


139.4 


140.2 


119.1 


133.9 


133.3 


S 


128.3 


136.8 


138.2 


132.1 


133.4 


141.2 


141.9 


142.9 


118.5 


138.4 


140.7 


O 


128.2 


136.0 


138.0 


131.8 


133.1 


141.1 


141.6 


1426 


118.7 


137.8 


138.8 


N 


128.2 


136.8 


138.3 


132.3 


133.4 


141.3 


142.0 


143.0 


118.7 


138.3 


139.9 


D 


127.6 


137.5 


138.5 


132.6 


133 6 


141.5 


142.5 


143.4 


118.1 


138.2 


140.4 


1979 J 


128.1 


138.0 


139.0 


132.3 


134.0 


142.1 


142.7 


143.9 


118.2 


137.6 


141.1 


F 


128.4 


137.7 


138.6 


131.5 


133.0 


142.1 


142.1 


143.3 


118.9 


136.8 


139.9 


M 


128.8 


138.6 


139.6 


132.1 


133.6 


143.4 


143.4 


144.6 


119.1 


139.2 


1406 


A 


128.5 


136.2 


138.2 


130.1 


131.5 


142.4 


141.7 


142.8 


119.0 


137.6 


134.5 


M 


1278 


137.3 


139.2 


131.6 


133.1 


143.0 


143.0 


144.2 


118.5 


138.0 


138.6 


J 


127.2 


136.0 


139.0 


130.5 


131.8 


143.6 


143.0 


144.1 


117.9 


138.3 


134.4 


J 


127.0 


138.8 


140.2 


132.2 


133.7 


144.3 


144.3 


145.5 


118.1 


138.7 


136.8 


A 


126.7 


138.6 


140.7 


132.0 


133.5 


145.3 


144.9 


146.2 


118.1 


139.4 


136.1 


S 


126.4 


141.9 


141.5 


134.1 


135.8 


145.1 


145.8 


147.1 


118.1 


142.4 


141.1 


O 


126.2 


140.6 


141.6 


133.0 


134.8 


145.8 


145.7 


147.1 


118.3 


141.2 


141.2 


N 


126.0 


140.0 


141.0 


132.5 


134.1 


145.4 


145.2 


146.5 


118.2 


142.6 


139.2 



31 



Section 3-Table 3.1 

3 -Balance of international payments 

Table 3.1: Canadian balance of international payments, current account, all countries (million dollars) 



February 1980 



1977 
1978 



Year 

or 

quarter 


Total 
current 
receipts 


Total 

current 

payments 


Current 
account 
balance 


Goods and services' 




Merchandise trade2 




Service transactions 




Receipts Payments 


Balance 


Exports Imports 


Balance 


Receipts Payments 


Balance 


D 
D 


50525 
60525 


50550 
60550 


50555 
60555 


50503 50541 
60722 60723 


50558 
60724 


50501 50526 
60501 60526 


50551 
60551 


50502 50544 
60710 60714 


50556 
60718 



54,113 
63,877 



58,412 
69,179 



-4,299 
-5,302 



52,558 
62,296 



57,274 
67,641 



-4,716 
-5,345 



44,210 
52,511 



41,473 
49,129 



2,737 
3,382 



8,348 
9,785 



15,801 
18,512 



-7,453 
-8,727 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1978 2 
3 
4 

1979 1 
2 
3 



16,542 
15,906 
17,428 



17,946 
16,394 
19,357 



17,593 19,661 
19,300 20,947 
20,008 20,053 



-1,404 

-488 

-1,929 

-2,068 

-1,647 

-45 



16,145 
15,512 
16,990 

17,184 
18,831 
19,479 



1 7,648 
16,066 
19,036 

19.335 
20,649 
19,701 



-1.503 

-554 

-2,046 

-2,151 

-1,818 

-222 



13,575 
12,417 
14.689 

15.021 
1 5.996 
15,861 



13,120 
11.506 
13,753 

14,490 
15,524 
14,566 



455 
911 
936 

531 

472 

1,295 



2,570 
3,095 
2,301 

2,163 
2,835 
3,618 



4,528 
4,560 
5,283 

4,845 
5,125 
5,135 



-1,958 
-1,465 
-2,982 

-2,682 
-2,290 
-1,517 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1978 2 
3 

4 


15,615 
16,123 
17,474 


16,861 
17,460 
19,239 


-1,246 
-1,337 
-1,765 


15,238 
1 5,734 
17,061 


16,590 
17,122 
18,894 




1,352 
1,388 
1,833 


12,806 
13,172 
14,526 


12,164 
12,487 
13,686 




642 
685 
840 


2,432 
2,562 
2,535 


4,426 
4,635 
5,208 


-1,994 
-2,073 
-2,673 


1979 1 
2 

3 


18,418 
18,202 
20,329 


19,865 
19,678 
21,494 


-1,447 
-1,476 
-1,165 


17,953 
17,758 
19,775 


19,542 
19,408 
21,130 




1,589 
1,650 

1,355 


15,340 
15,063 
1 6,807 


14.587 
14,389 
1 5,853 




753 
674 
954 


2,613 
2,695 
2,968 


4,955 
5,019 
5,277 


-2,342 
-2,324 
-2,309 


Year 




Travel 




Interest and dividends 






Freight 


and shipping 




Other service transactions 


With- 


quarter 


Receipts 


Payments 


Balance 


Receipts Payments Balance 


Receipts Payments 


Balance 


Receipts 


Payments 


Balance 


tax! 


D 
D 


50506 
60506 


50531 
60531 


50718 
60554 


50508 
60508 


50533 
60533 


50719 
60556 




50512 
60512 


50537 
60537 


50720 
60557 


50516 
60711 


50545 
60715 


50721 
60719 


50722 
60727 


1977 
1978 


2,025 
2,378 


3,666 
4,084 


-1,641 
-1,706 


854 
1,083 


4,498 
5,476 


-3,644 
-4,393 




2,363 
2,617 


2,381 
2,552 




-18 
65 


3,106 
3,707 


4,722 
5,818 


-1,616 
-2,111 


-534 
-582 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal variation 


























1978 2 
3 
4 


619 

1,166 

375 


1,037 

1,193 

713 


-418 

-27 

-338 


335 
327 
210 


1,215 
1,158 
2,024 


-880 

-831 

-1,814 




688 
669 
730 


682 
642 
717 




6 
27 
13 


928 
933 
986 


1,445 
1,471 
1,624 


-517 
-538 
-638 


-149 

-96 

-205 


1979 1 
2 
3 


243 

752 

1,385 


1,164 

971 

1,079 


-921 
-219 
306 


256 
220 
312 


1,313 

1,444 
1.397 


-1,057 
-1,224 
-1,085 




620 
782 
815 


630 
768 
775 




-10 
14 
40 


1,044 
1,081 
1,106 


1,552 
1,742 

1,718 


-508 
-661 
-612 


-186 
-200 
-166 


Adjusted fo 


r seasona 


variation 




























1978 2 
3 
4 


591 
601 
627 


1,028 
1,020 
1,036 


-437 

-419 
-409 


291 
340 
209 


1.252 
1,322 
1,709 


-961 

-982 

-1.500 




640 
673 
707 


618 
648 
693 




22 
25 

14 


910 
948 
992 


1,397 
1,506 
1,610 


-487 
-558 
-618 


-131 
-139 
-160 


1979 1 
2 
3 


622 
702 

713 


1,018 
969 
938 


-396 
-267 
-225 


259 
200 

314 


1,430 
1,478 
1,565 


-1,171 
-1,278 
-1,251 




691 
732 
819 


713 
703 
780 




-22 
29 
39 


1,041 
1,061 
1,122 


1,582 
1,693 
1,755 


-541 
-632 
-633 


-212 
-176 
-239 



32 



Section 3-Tables 3.1 /Concluded to Table 3.2 



February 1980 

3-Balance of international payments 

Table 3.1: Canadian balance of international payments, current account, all countries (million dollars)/concluded 



Year 




Transfers 




Inheritances 


and migrants' 


funds 


Personal and 


institutional 


rem 


ttances 


With- 
holding 
tax* 


Official 
contributions 


quarter 


Receipts 


Payments 


Balance 


Receipts 


Payments 


Balance 


Receipts 


Payments 




Balance 


D 
D 


50517 
60712 


50546 
60716 


50557 
60720 


50515 
60515 


50540 
60540 


50723 
60558 


50518 
60713 


50547 
60717 




50724 
60721 


50716 
60726 


50725 
60709 



1977 
1978 



1,555 
1,581 



1,138 
1,538 



417 
43 



690 
616 



234 
239 



456 
377 



331 
383 



365 
389 



-34 
-6 



534 
582 



-539 
-910 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1978 2 


397 


298 


99 


154 


55 


99 


94 


97 


-3 


149 


-146 


3 


394 


328 


66 


201 


74 


127 


97 


97 


— 


96 


-157 


4 


438 


321 


117 


130 


63 


67 


103 


98 


5 


205 


-160 


1979 1 


409 


326 


83 


124 


50 


74 


99 


103 


-4 


186 


-173 


2 


469 


298 


171 


166 


61 


105 


103 


105 


-2 


200 


-132 


3 


529 


352 


177 


259 


80 


179 


104 


104 


- 


166 


-168 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1978 2 


377 


271 


106 


152 


59 


93 


94 


97 


-3 


131 


-115 


3 


389 


338 


51 


153 


64 


89 


97 


97 


_ 


139 


-177 


4 


413 


345 


68 


150 


62 


88 


103 


98 


5 


160 


-185 


1979 1 


465 


323 


142 


154 


57 


97 


99 


103 


-4 


212 


-163 


2 


444 


270 


174 


165 


65 


100 


103 


105 


-2 


176 


-100 


3 


554 


364 


190 


211 


70 


141 


104 


104 




239 


-190 



'As used in national income and expenditure accounts. 2Trade of Canada figures with certain valuation, coverage and timing adjustments appropriate for Balance of Payments. 
3Tax withheld on service payments and income distribution to non-residents. 

Table 3.2: Canadian balance of international payments, current account, area distribution! (million dollars) 



United States 



United Kingdom 



All other countries 



quarter 



Merchan- Merchan- Merchan- 

Current dise Non-mer- Current dise Non-mer- Current dise Non-mer- 

Total Total account trade chandise Total Total account trade chandise Total Total account trade chandise 

receipts payments balance balance balance? receipts payments balance balance balance? receipts payments balance balance balance? 



D 


3907 


3908 


3909 


3910 


3911 


3912 


3913 


3914 


3915 


3916 


3917 


3918 


3919 


3920 


3921 


1977 


35,696 


39,854 


-4,158 


1,509 


-5,667 


2,804 


2,451 


353 


623 


-270 


15,079 


15,573 


-494 


605 


-1,099 


1978 


42,342 


47,110 


-4,768 


2,217 


-6,985 


3,016 


2,869 


147 


379 


-232 


17,937 


18,618 


-681 


786 


-1,467 


1978 2 


10,932 


12,456 


-1,524 


89 


-1,613 


829 


778 


51 


112 


-61 


4,632 


4,563 


69 


254 


-185 


3 


10,284 


10,914 


-630 


600 


-1,230 


757 


744 


13 


88 


-75 


4,769 


4,640 


129 


223 


-94 


4 


11,635 


13,513 


-1,878 


510 


-2,388 


744 


762 


-18 


46 


-64 


4,844 


4,877 


-33 


380 


-413 


1979 1 


11,723 


13,802 


-2,079 


52 


-2,131 


791 


664 


127 


90 


37 


4,893 


5,009 


-116 


389 


-505 


2 


12,664 


14,867 


-2,203 


-384 


-1,819 


868 


859 


9 


38 


-29 


5,568 


5,021 


547 


818 


-271 


3 


12,313 


13,633 


-1,320 


69 


-1,389 


1,129 


900 


229 


263 


-34 


6,400 


5,354 


1,046 


963 


83 



lExcludes withholding tax. 2|ncludes service transactions and transfer balances. 



33 



Section 3-Table 3.3 

3 -Balance of international payments 

Table 3.3: Canadian balance of international payments, capital account,! all countries (million dollars) 



February 1980 





Direct investment 




Canadian stocks 




Trade in outstanding Canadian bonds 






New issues of Canadi 


an bonds 




Year 


Trade 
in out- 
standing 


New 
issues 


Retire- 
ments 


Total 


Govern- 
ment of 
Canada2 


Pro- 
vincial 


Munici- 
pal 


Corpo- 
ration 


Total 


Govern- 
ment of 

Canada- 


Pro- 
vincial 


Munici- 
pal 


Corpo- 
ration 




or 
quarter 


In 
Canada 


Abroad 


Total 


D 


50560 


50564 


50576 


50586 


50587 


50585 


65001 


65002 


65003 


65004 


65000 


65006 


65007 


65008 


65009 


65005 


1977 
1978 

1978 2 
3 
4 

1979 1 
2 
3 


625 
-125 

-20 
380 
-735 

-125 
-5 
75 


-740 
-2,010 

-600 
-545 
-495 

50 
-590 
-340 


-91 
-396 

-159 

-29 

-158 

-357 
-55 
442 


21 
132 

102 

3 

25 

27 
10 
94 




■24 
-8 

-2 
-2 
-2 

-2 
-2 
-2 


-94 
-272 

-59 
-28 

-135 

-332 

-47 
534 


171 
80 

77 
19 
71 

94 
212 
175 


28 
-59 

-1 

-11 
-12 

-3 

-4 

-28 


-12 
-16 

-2 
-3 
-3 

-3 
-1 
-5 


56 
30 

31 
-8 
-9 

-8 
26 

-21 


243 
35 

105 
-3 
47 

80 
233 

121 


248 
2,518 

1,462 

78 

912 

769 
45 
81 


2,995 
2,115 

1,054 
230 
408 

886 
407 
345 


370 
125 

43 
35 

12 

95 
58 

5 


2,282 
1,701 

453 
248 
193 

391 

451 
887 


5,895 
6,459 

3,012 

591 

1,525 

2,141 

961 

1,318 






Retirements of Canadian bonds 






Total 

Canadian 

bonds 


Fore 


ign securities 


Government of 

Canada loans and 

subscriptions 


Export 
credits 


Other 
long- 
term 


Total 


Year 

or 

quarter 


Govern- 
ment of 
Canada2 


Pro Munic- ( 
vincial2 ipal 


Corpo- 
ration 




i 
Total 


Trade 
in out- 
standing 


New 
issues 


Retire- 
ments 


Repay- 
Advances ments 


long- 
term 
capital 



50624 & 
50626 



50650 



50687 



1977 




-147 


-310 




■100 




-356 


-913 


5,225 


169 


-41 




96 


-540 


36 


-548 


200 


4,388 


1978 




-209 


-482 




■189 




-303 


-1,183 


5,311 


44 


-21 




19 


-510 


262 


-808 


1,389 


3,279 


1978 


2 


-3 




-66 




-26 




-103 


-198 


2,919 


34 


-4 




7 


-69 


_ 


-232 


275 


2,251 




3 


-123 




-70 




-17 




-58 


-268 


320 


-9 


-3 




3 


-111 


- 


-256 


558 


309 




4 


-51 


-266 




-115 




-92 


-524 


1,048 


-28 


-8 




5 


-229 


27 


-139 


533 


-156 


1979 


1 


-48 




-81 




■133 




-79 


-341 


1,880 


-101 


-6 




5 


-115 


3 


-102 


1,080 


2,237 




2 


-57 


-210 




-73 




-74 


-414 


780 


-65 


-5 




6 


-87 


- 


-238 


514 


263 




3 


-50 


-256 




-91 




-78 


-475 


964 


-91 


-18 




4 


-47 


1 


-181 


8 


909 






Resident holdings 






































foreign currency 






























Ofti 






Chartered 




cial 






bank net 


Non- 






























monetary 






foreign 


bank 










Non-resident holdings of 
















movements 






currency hold 




























Allo- 


in the I 








position 


of 














Other 












Net 












with 


foreign 






Govern- 






finance 






All 




Total Net 


errors 


of 


Official 




Year 




non- 


cur- 


i 


Cana- 


r 


nenf 




Finance 


company 


Com- 




other 




short- capital 


and 


special 


inter- 


Official 


or 




resi- 


rencies 


c 


lian $ 


demand 


Treasury 


company 


obli- 


mercial 


Other 


trans- 




term move- 


omis- 


drawing 


national 


monetary 


quarte 


r 


dents 


abroad 


deposits 


liabilities 


bills 


paper 


gations 


paper 


paper aclions3 




capital ment 


sions 


rights 


reserves 


liabilities 




D 


50659 


50660 


50652 


50654 


50656 


50668 


50676 


50667 


50669 


50686 




50688 50689 


50693 


50710 


50713 


50714 


1977 




1,384 


-685 




230 




172 


242 


42 


-55 


-65 


243 


-1,167 




341 4,729 


-1,851 


_ 


-1,421 


_ 


1978 




2,771 


-547 




33 




54 


-53 


128 


-8 


-222 


150 


-1,845 




461 3,740 


-1,737 


- 


-184 


-3,115 


1978 


2 


1,176 


-73 




12 




-23 


37 


34 


31 


-82 


58 


-137 




1,033 3,284 


-1,304 


_ 


871 


-295 




3 


-764 


-257 




184 




-29 


23 


-185 


47 


31 


79 


-508 




-1,379 -1,070 


-1,028 


— 


-1,319 


-1,267 




4 


1,646 


-224 




-58 




133 


-64 


130 


-40 


-56 


122 


-257 




1,332 1,176 


1,058 


- 


1,014 


-709 


1979 


1 


919 


461 




-64 




17 


177 


1 


-18 


112 


550 


618 




2,773 5,010 


-1.780 


219 


1,029 


352 




2 


1,280 


-3 




306 




-38 


60 


67 


-38 


-30 


124 


423 




2,151 2,414 


-29 


- 


-1,440 


2,178 




3 


-125 


-100 




140 




-10 


24 


-272 


9 


25 


-162 


594 




123 1,032 


-680 




307 





lA minus sign, except for official monetary movements, indicates an outflow of capital from Canada. 2|ncludes guaranteed issues. 3|ncludes changes in loans and accounts 
receivable and payable. 

Sources lor above tables: Quarterly Estimates ol the Canadian Balance of International Payments (67-001), The Canadian Balance ot International Payments (67-201), 
annual, and Security Transactions with Non-Residents (67-002), monthly, Statistics Canada. 



34 



Section 4 ■ Labour 

36 1. Wages and Salaries, by Province 

37 2. Wages and Salaries by Industry and Supplementary Labour Income, Canada 

38 3. Labour Force Characteristics of the Population 15 years of Age and Over 

4. Selected Labour Force Series by Sex and Main Age Group 

4.1 Employed 

4.2 Unemployed 

4.3 Participation Rates 

4.4 Unemployment Rates 

5. Labour Force Characteristics, by Province 

5.1 Labour Force 

5.2 Employed 

5.3 Unemployed 

5.4 Participation Rates 

5.5 Unemployment Rates 

6. Unemployment Insurance Statistics 

7. Help Wanted Index 

8. Time Lost in Work Stoppages, by Industry Groups 

9. Employment Indexes, by Industrial Division 

10. Employment Indexes, Industrial Composite by Province 

11. Employment Indexes, by Manufacturing Industry 

12. Average Weekly Wages and Salaries, by Industrial Division 

13. Average Weekly Wages and Salaries, by Manufacturing Industry 

14. Average Weekly Wages and Salaries, by Province 

15. Average Hourly Earnings 

16. Average Weekly Hours 



35 



Section 4-Table 1 

Table 1: Wages and salaries, by province based on the 1960 standard industrial classification (million dollars) 



February 1980 



Year 
and 
month 


Newfound- 
land 


Prince 

Edward 

Island 


Nova Scotia 


New 
Brunswick 


Quebec 


Ontario 


Manitoba 


Saskatch- 
ewan 


Alberta 


British 
Columbia 


Canada' 


D 

D 


5226 
5237 


5227 
5238 


5228 
5239 


5229 
5240 


5230 
5241 


5231 
5242 


5232 
5243 


5233 
5244 


5234 
5245 


5235 
5246 


5225 
5236 


1977 
1978 


1,629 

1,707 


310 
338 


2,838 
3,136 


2,254 

2,453 


27,238 
29,786 


45,240 

49,116 


4,383 
4,674 


3,320 

3,603 


9,530 
10,535 


13,269 

14,345 


110.399 
120,114 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 

1977 D 134.5 25.9 



2488 



190 9 



2,345.4 



3.905.0 



369.5 



277.9 



821.4 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

1977 D 139.0 27.2 



251.5 



197.2 



2.373.4 



3,948.3 



377.9 



2837 



837.9 



1 Includes Yukon, Northwest Territories and Canadian residents abroad. 
Source: Estimates of Labour Income (72-005), Statistics Canada. 



1,115.1 



1,144.7 



9.465.5 



1978 J 


133.9 


24.5 


2388 


185.0 


2,322 1 


3,801.6 


363.1 


269.9 


810.4 


1,106.9 


9.286.8 


F 


132.6 


24.6 


240.9 


185.9 


2,345.3 


3,880.0 


365.0 


273.0 


813.0 


1,124.4 


9,416.4 


M 


130.4 


25.6 


240.1 


187.3 


2,366.4 


3,924.5 


370.6 


2800 


825.1 


1,158.2 


9,542.4 


A 


128.6 


25.6 


245.7 


188.5 


2,388.9 


3,972.1 


375.1 


283.6 


827.5 


1.166.2 


9.634.5 


M 


136.2 


28.3 


259.5 


201.8 


2,488.4 


4,070.2 


385.1 


2993 


8576 


1.192.4 


9,9539 


J 


147.7 


30.1 


269.3 


215.6 


2,574.3 


4,220.3 


401 7 


317.8 


898 8 


1.245.3 


10,359.1 


J 


152.5 


31.5 


273.0 


215.0 


2,502.3 


4,150.8 


3958 


303.7 


894.9 


1,192.8 


10.147.6 


A 


154.0 


31.2 


271.7 


212.3 


2,512.2 


4,140.7 


3993 


303.8 


8966 


1,202.4 


10,159.9 


S 


149.1 


30.2 


275.0 


214.0 


2,577.0 


4,247.2 


405.4 


318.6 


905.4 


1,258.3 


10,417.8 


O 


148.7 


29.7 


273.9 


219.6 


2,584.7 


4,238.8 


410.1 


324.6 


932 1 


1,254.3 


10,452 7 


N 


147.5 


28.5 


275.3 


215.2 


2,582.5 


4,265.4 


402.5 


316.4 


9382 


1,229.1 


10,437.0 


D 


145.8 


27.8 


272.5 


213.3 


2,541.9 


4,204.4 


4003 


312.3 


935.0 


1,214.6 


10,306 1 


1979 J 


144.0 


27.0 


266.6 


206.8 


2,536.5 


4,187.2 


3964 


303.7 


921.0 


1,209.1 


10,233.9 


F 


144.7 


27.6 


265.7 


207.1 


2,560.7 


4,217.6 


395.8 


305.7 


926.4 


1,220.1 


10,307.0 


M 


148.0 


27.7 


276.3 


208.2 


2.6065 


4,287.6 


405.3 


315.1 


959.1 


1,279.0 


10.550.1 


A 


149.9 


28.9 


282.5 


206.9 


2,630.5 


4,314.7 


4062 


317.5 


958.7 


1,280.0 


10.613.9 


M 


161.1 


31.4 


297.3 


222.8 


2,726.5 


4,459.0 


418.7 


337.2 


1,021.3 


1,327.5 


11,042.6 


J 


169.4 


33.4 


301.8 


234.6 


2,798.0 


4,646.3 


443 1 


3680 


1,066.0 


1,368 8 


11,470.7 


J 


176.4 


33.9 


305.3 


2352 


2,716 4 


4,621.1 


437.3 


345.7 


1,083.6 


1,328.3 


11.325.2 


A 


174.9 


34.4 


308.6 


237.5 


2,739.4 


4,604.8 


445.1 


352.4 


1,098.7 


1,364.9 


11,402.4 


S 


175.0 


34.6 


304 2 


236.0 


2,802.0 


4,667.8 


446.5 


368.2 


1,107.6 


1,447.8 


11,632.4 


O 


168.7 


33.1 


3030 


233.6 


2,823.9 


4,6700 


454.2 


3643 


1,125.1 


1,458.2 


11.676.6 


N 


168.7 


32.4 


308.7 


231.1 


2,804.4 


4,623 7 


448.6 


3496 


1.096.1 


1,414.8 


11,520.2 



9,613.3 



1978 J 


140.5 


26.6 


247.7 


193.0 


2,374.0 


3.889.9 


373.6 


282.5 


8337 


1,142.8 


9,536.4 


F 


140.7 


27.2 


250.4 


196 8 


2,403 7 


3,976.5 


377.9 


285.5 


834 1 


1,152.8 


9,6786 


M 


136.9 


28.2 


248.9 


196.2 


2,421 6 


4,005.9 


380.3 


2905 


845.0 


1,159.5 


9,747.8 


A 


135.8 


27.7 


2520 


198.4 


2.433.8 


4,017.2 


3820 


290.0 


8453 


1,165.4 


9,7808 


M 


137.3 


27.9 


258.9 


202.7 


2,463.2 


4,038.2 


3828 


295.1 


859.6 


1,172.0 


9,872.4 


J 


140.4 


28.1 


261.1 


205.2 


2,495. 1 


4,109.2 


390.9 


3026 


875.6 


1,204.4 


10,048.9 


J 


144.3 


28.6 


265.1 


2048 


2,4506 


4,128.5 


3867 


301.8 


8754 


1,192.4 


10.012.2 


A 


147.0 


283 


264.7 


202.1 


2,479.1 


4,1239 


391.9 


300.5 


8829 


1.219.8 


10.075.7 


S 


142.7 


27.9 


267.3 


204 9 


2,542.4 


4,1643 


394.5 


3060 


882 7 


1.230.2 


10,198.8 


O 


144.1 


28.8 


269.9 


215.6 


2,547.5 


4,168.5 


401.1 


315.5 


913.8 


1,233.9 


10,274.1 


N 


146.7 


29.0 


274.3 


215.2 


2.586.1 


4,243.6 


402.8 


314.8 


933.4 


1,226.2 


10,408.8 


D 


150.7 


29.3 


275.6 


218.7 


2,589.2 


4,2502 


409.5 


318 2 


953 1 


1,245.5 


10,479.5 


1979 J 


150.4 


29.4 


276.2 


216.5 


2,604.6 


4,280.1 


410.3 


318 6 


9476 


1,252.8 


10,524.3 


F 


153.4 


30.5 


276.8 


219.0 


2,622.4 


4,3244 


4096 


3198 


9525 


1,252.0 


10,597.5 


M 


155.7 


30.6 


2876 


218.4 


2,660.8 


4,377.3 


416.1 


3258 


984.2 


1,281.2 


10,775.4 


A 


158.4 


31.2 


2906 


216.7 


2,676.4 


4,367.5 


413.7 


325.6 


9830 


1,285.1 


10.787.5 


M 


162.7 


31.2 


2962 


223.6 


2,7005 


4,4323 


417.6 


3328 


1,026.7 


1,313.5 


10.976.3 


J 


161.1 


31.1 


292.0 


222.7 


2,714.8 


4,524.1 


429.4 


351.4 


1,034.6 


1,321.8 


11,122.5 


J 


166.8 


30.8 


297.5 


224.9 


2,686.9 


4,611.7 


428.9 


342.7 


1,063 4 


1,333.0 


11,227.8 


A 


166.3 


31.1 


3008 


225.9 


2,715.2 


4,584.4 


435.7 


349.3 


1,082.2 


1.383.9 


11,316.0 


S 


168.1 


32.2 


2953 


2258 


2,757.7 


4,571.8 


433.9 


353.4 


1.071.2 


1,412.3 


1 1,368.6 


O 


164.1 


32.0 


297.3 


2282 


2,773.3 


4,590.6 


445.0 


3520 


1,098.2 


1,429.1 


11,452.0 


N 


167.6 


328 


306.2 


2303 


2,794.4 


4.584.4 


448.7 


347.0 


1,089.5 


1,407.4 


11,450.3 



36 



February 1980 

Table 2: Wages and Salaries by Industry, and Supplementary Labour Income, Canada, 
based on the 1960 standard classification (million dollars) 



Section 4-Table 2 















Trans- 




























portation, 




Finance, 




Pubhcl 


Total 


Supple- 




Year 












communi- 




insurance 




admin. 


wages 


mentary 


Total 


and 








Manu- 


Con- 


cation and 




and real 




and 


and 


labour 


labour 


month 


Agnculture2 


Forestry 


Mining 


facturing 


struction 


utilities 


Trade 


estate 


Service 


defence 


salaries 


income 


income 


D 


5249 


5252 


5253 


5254 


5255 


5256 


5257 


5260 


5261 


5266 


5248 


5271 


5247 


D 


5274 


5277 


5278 


5279 


5280 


5281 


5282 


5285 


5286 


5291 


5273 


5296 


5272 


1977 


1,104.2 


1,194.7 


2,899.4 


24,716.8 


9,245.8 


11,570.4 


14,449.7 


7,018.1 


28,106.4 


10,093.7 


110,399.1 


8,603.4 


119,002.5 


1978 


1,269.1 


1,327.0 


3,051.7 


27,203.9 


8,9293 


12,690.3 


15,595.0 


7,905.3 


31,013.5 


11,129.1 


120,114.2 


9,770.4 


1 29,884.6 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 

1977 D 78.5 103.9 246.3 



2,093.7 



704.2 



970.7 



1,300.3 



611.8 2,475.6 



880.5 9,465.5 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 
M.C.D. 2 5 

1977 D 102.7 115.1 



247.8 2,129.8 



805.4 



990.7 



1,255.0 



621.9 2,467.9 



885.3 9,621.7 



'Excludes military pay and allowances 2|ncludes fishing and trapping 

Note. Estimates may not add to totals due to rounding. 

Source: Estimates of Labour Income (72-005), Statistics Canada. 



737.4 10,202.9 



1978 J 


56.9 


93.6 


250.5 


2,080.3 


612.9 


981.3 


1,233.8 


6232 


2,483.0 


871.3 


9,286.8 


750.8 


10,037.6 


F 


58.1 


97.0 


252.4 


2,134.6 


638.0 


992.6 


1,233.6 


624.5 


2,518.8 


866.9 


9,416.4 


761.2 


10,177.7 


M 


70.1 


91.5 


245.3 


2,168.3 


644.7 


991.1 


1,254.7 


635.6 


2,546.6 


894.6 


9,542.4 


771.2 


10,313.6 


A 


80.0 


84.7 


230.0 


2,187.6 


696.2 


1,008.9 


1,268.1 


639.5 


2,561.5 


878.0 


9,634.5 


778.8 


10,413.3 


M 


99.8 


105.8 


238.3 


2,253.6 


768.1 


1,046.5 


1,286.3 


649.9 


2,590.4 


915.3 


9,953.9 


812.4 


10,766.2 


J 


122.2 


125.3 


263.0 


2,336.7 


823.7 


1,111.5 


1,324.1 


667.9 


2,624.6 


960.0 


10,359.1 


845.2 


11,204.3 


J 


154.3 


119.2 


264.4 


2,287.1 


819.6 


1,103.5 


1,295.7 


669.8 


2,471.5 


962.5 


10,147.6 


827.8 


10,975.3 


A 


172.3 


124.5 


267.0 


2,320.0 


811.9 


1,090.5 


1,296.4 


667.2 


2,458.8 


951.3 


10,159.9 


828.8 


10,988.7 


S 


1495 


128.6 


256.5 


2,361.5 


853.5 


1,098.9 


1,312.2 


672.6 


2,646.1 


938.4 


10,417.8 


849.9 


11,267.7 


O 


125.6 


124.7 


258.9 


2,367.5 


841.2 


1,081.6 


1,337.1 


670.4 


2,708.4 


937.2 


10,452.7 


852.6 


11,305.2 


N 


97.0 


120.3 


262.1 


2,373.5 


766.0 


1,101.1 


1,358.9 


684.5 


2,702.6 


971.0 


10,437 


851.3 


11,288.4 


D 


83.6 


111.9 


263.4 


2,333.2 


653.5 


1,082.8 


1,393.9 


700.2 


2,701.0 


982.7 


10,306.1 


840.5 


11,146.5 


1979 J 


61.6 


101.4 


266.8 


2,385.3 


614.4 


1,095.1 


1,351.6 


713.2 


2,706.1 


938.3 


10,233.9 


832.3 


11,066.2 


F 


62.4 


96.6 


271.7 


2,408.7 


623.0 


1,094.4 


1,344.6 


713.9 


2,732.9 


9587 


10,307.0 


838.3 


11,145.2 


M 


88.3 


97.6 


277.4 


2,437.9 


657.6 


1,105.6 


1,374.7 


735.4 


2,790.5 


985.0 


10,550.1 


8579 


11,408.0 


A 


90.3 


95.3 


277.1 


2,462.0 


698.0 


1,119.5 


1,400.0 


733.4 


2,794.4 


943.8 


10,613.9 


863.2 


11,477.1 


M 


116.8 


121.5 


283.6 


2,544.3 


794 5 


1,164.1 


1,446.2 


748.9 


2,844.1 


978.5 


11,042.6 


898.0 


11,940.6 


J 


1393 


134.8 


314.9 


2,612.6 


862.6 


1,244.7 


1,475.3 


761.9 


2,917.4 


1,007.2 


11,470.7 


932.4 


12,403.2 


J 


174.6 


135.7 


322.5 


2,588.2 


883.8 


1,228.5 


1,456.7 


770.3 


2,729.0 


1,035.8 


11,325.2 


920.1 


12,245.3 


A 


191.9 


145.1 


320.7 


2,619.2 


896.4 


1,223.7 


1,462.1 


775.0 


2,720.7 


1,047.5 


11,402.4 


926.4 


12,328.7 


S 


164.0 


149.4 


317.3 


2,644.9 


940.4 


1,223.0 


1,481.6 


769.7 


2,930.3 


1,011.9 


11,632.4 


945.2 


12,577.6 


O 


155.5 


145.9 


324.1 


2,641.6 


909.0 


1,261.2 


1,500.2 


782.9 


2,968.5 


987.6 


11,676.6 


948.7 


12,625.3 


N 


113.6 


138.3 


337.9 


2,616.4 


814.1 


1,220.0 


1,524.9 


7833 


2,970.3 


1,001.3 


11,520.2 


936.3 


12,456.5 



749.2 10,370.9 



1978 J 


93.6 


103.6 


251.2 


2,131.5 


731.4 


1,001.9 


1,256.4 


6289 


2,450.4 


887.4 


9,536.4 


771.0 


10,307.4 


F 


96.3 


106.6 


254.4 


2,183.4 


751.4 


1,017.2 


1,267.7 


6268 


2,490.0 


884.7 


9,678.6 


782.5 


10,461.1 


M 


97.3 


109.2 


244.2 


2,196.8 


740.8 


1,017.9 


1,280.6 


626.3 


2,525.7 


909.0 


9,747.8 


788.0 


10,535.8 


A 


103.0 


112.3 


236.4 


2,203.1 


757.8 


1,020.9 


1,276.8 


637.8 


2,540.8 


891.9 


9,780.9 


790.8 


10,571.6 


M 


102.7 


113.0 


238.2 


2,241.1 


759.1 


1,039.6 


1,275.7 


642.0 


2,543.8 


917.1 


9,872.4 


805.7 


10,678.1 


J 


103.5 


111.9 


257.4 


2,283.8 


759.9 


1,082.9 


1,293.7 


653.4 


2,570.9 


931.4 


10,048.9 


819.9 


10,868.8 


J 


108.3 


105.2 


260.8 


2,276.5 


739.1 


1,068.0 


1,297.3 


660.0 


2,576.2 


920.7 


10,012.2 


8166 


10,828.9 


A 


111.1 


108.8 


264.4 


2,288.6 


717.6 


1,063.1 


1,315.3 


670.1 


2,606.2 


930.5 


10,075.7 


821.8 


10,897.5 


S 


110.1 


109.4 


257.8 


2,321.0 


751.1 


1,083.5 


1,324.1 


677.0 


2,632.6 


932.2 


10,198.8 


8323 


11,031.1 


O 


117.6 


109.7 


260.1 


2,333.7 


742.0 


1,078.0 


1,325.9 


677.0 


2,679.3 


950.7 


10,274.1 


838.1 


11,112.2 


N 


115.0 


114.7 


261.5 


2,368.7 


735.2 


1,111.1 


1,336.0 


694.4 


2,686.3 


985.9 


10,408.8 


849.2 


11,258.0 


D 


110.6 


122.6 


265.2 


2,375.5 


743.9 


1,106.2 


1,345.5 


711.3 


2,711.1 


987.5 


10,479.5 


854.6 


11,334.1 


1979 J 


101.0 


117.4 


267.3 


2,451.7 


735.8 


1,115.0 


1,375.3 


720.2 


2,685.9 


954.6 


10,524.3 


855.9 


11,380.2 


F 


102.7 


107.5 


272.9 


2,466.4 


737.0 


1,123.6 


1,381.1 


717.3 


2,708.2 


980.8 


10,597.5 


861.9 


11,459.3 


M 


119.7 


117.8 


277.1 


2,469.0 


7626 


1,137.7 


1,402.6 


725.7 


2,761.4 


1,001.8 


10,775.4 


876.3 


11,651.7 


A 


115.4 


126.3 


286.5 


2,482.9 


761.3 


1,135.7 


1,410.2 


730.9 


2,776.4 


961.9 


10,787.5 


877.4 


11,664.8 


M 


120.4 


128.5 


284.7 


2,526.9 


783.5 


1,157.9 


1,437.7 


744.2 


2,812.0 


980.6 


10,976.3 


892.5 


11,868 7 


J 


117.7 


119.5 


308.2 


2,546.9 


788.0 


1,209.7 


1,442.3 


746.0 


2,868.7 


975.6 


11,122.5 


904.1 


12,026.6 


J 


120.1 


120.4 


318.3 


2,578.7 


796.1 


1,188.8 


1,461.2 


761.0 


2,888.9 


994.3 


11,227.8 


912.1 


12,139.9 


A 


121.9 


126.6 


316.5 


2,576.7 


800.1 


1,191.5 


1,480.6 


777.1 


2,901.7 


1,023.2 


11,316.0 


919.3 


12,235.3 


S 


118 4 


127.1 


319.5 


2,596.3 


819.7 


1,204.3 


1,491.5 


772.6 


2,914.5 


1,004.8 


11,368.6 


923.9 


12,292.5 


O 


137.2 


128.8 


324.8 


2,599.5 


795.8 


1,258.2 


1,485.5 


790.1 


2,930.4 


1,001.7 


11,452.0 


930.5 


12,382.5 


N 


133.3 


130.9 


336.4 


2,605.2 


780.3 


1,228.0 


1,497.8 


7935 


2,933.3 


1,011.5 


11,450.3 


930.6 


12,380.9 



37 



Section 4-Table 3 

Table 3: Labour force characteristics of the population 15 years of age and over (thousands of persons) 



February 1980 



Annual 
average 
and 
month 



Population 

15 years 

of age 

and over 



Total 

labour 

force 



Employed 



Unemployed 



Not in the 






labour 


Participation 


Unemployment 


torce 


rate' 


rate2 



767284 



767285 
767606 



767286 
767608 



767287 
767609 



769732 



767288 
767610 



767289 
767611 



1978 
1979 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1978 F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1979 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1980 J 



17,381 


10,882 


9,972 


911 


6,499 


17,691 


11,207 


10,369 


838 


6,484 


variation 










17,267 


10,455 


9,461 


994 


6,812 


17,291 


10,593 


9,562 


1,031 


6,698 


17,316 


10,617 


9,632 


986 


6,699 


1 7,348 


10,914 


9,994 


920 


6,434 


1 7,372 


11,163 


10,271 


892 


6,209 


17,395 


11,428 


10,512 


916 


5,967 


17,423 


11,385 


10,503 


882 


6,039 


17,446 


10,970 


10,126 


844 


6,476 


17,470 


10,938 


10,150 


788 


6,532 


1 7,494 


10,910 


10,071 


839 


6,583 


17,518 


10,871 


10,012 


859 


6,647 


17,547 


10,789 


9,812 


977 


6.757 


17,575 


10,812 


9,857 


954 


6,763 


1 7,598 


10,932 


9,956 


976 


6,666 


1 7,627 


10,947 


10,004 


943 


6,680 


17,652 


11,200 


10,363 


836 


6,452 


17,677 


11,424 


10,626 


798 


6.253 


17,706 


11,672 


10,879 


793 


6,035 


17,731 


11,680 


10,908 


772 


6,051 


17,755 


11,245 


10,525 


719 


6,510 


17,787 


11,334 


10,591 


743 


6,453 


17,808 


11,287 


10,516 


771 


6.521 


17,831 


11,165 


10,387 


779 


6,666 



17,862 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D. 



11.140 



10.194 



946 



6.722 



62.6 
63.3 



60.5 
61.3 
61.3 
62.9 
64.3 
65.7 
65.3 
62.9 
62.6 
62.4 
62.1 

61.5 
61.5 
62.1 
62.1 
63.4 
64.6 
65.9 
65.9 
63.3 
63.7 
63.4 
62.6 

62.4 



8.4 
7.5 



9.5 
9.7 
9.3 
8.4 
8.0 
8.0 
7.7 
7.7 
7.2 
7.7 
7.9 

9.1 
8.8 
89 
8.6 
7.5 
7.0 
6.8 
6.6 
6.4 
6.6 
6.8 
7.0 

8.5 



1978 F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1979 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1980 J 



10,716 


9,820 


10,784 


9,866 


10,799 


9.890 


10,855 


9,925 


1 0,896 


9,971 


10,944 


10,023 


10.955 


10.026 


10,979 


10,038 


10,964 


10.066 


10,995 


10.096 


11,047 


10,156 


11,113 


10,228 


11,095 


10,231 


11,134 


10,266 


11,143 


10,273 


11,138 


10,293 


11,142 


10,317 


11,168 


10,370 


11,217 


10,409 


11,232 


10,434 


11,347 


10,503 


11,372 


10,547 


11,350 


10,539 



11,458 



1 0.606 



896 
918 
909 
930 
925 
921 
929 
941 
898 
899 
891 

885 
864 
868 
870 
845 
825 
798 
808 
798 
844 
825 
811 

852 



62 1 

624 
62.4 
62.6 
62.7 
62.9 
62.9 
62.9 
62.8 
62.9 
63.1 

63.3 
63.1 
63.3 
63.2 
63.1 
63.0 
63.1 
63.3 
63.3 
63.8 
63.9 
63.7 

64.1 



8.4 
8.5 
8.4 
8.6 
8.5 
8.4 
8.5 
8.6 
8.2 
8.2 
8.1 

8.0 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.6 
7.4 
7.1 
7.2 
7.1 
7.4 
7.3 
7.1 

7.4 



'The labour force as a percentage of the population 15 years of age and over. The participation rate for a particular group (age. sex etc.) is the labour force in that group ex- 
pressed as a percentage of the population for that group. 2The unemployed as a percentage of the labour force The unemployment rate for a particular group (age, sex 
etc ) is the unemployed in that group expressed as a percentage of the labour force for thai group Seasonally-adjusted rates are calculated by dividing seasonally-ad/usted 
unemployment by the sum of seasonally-adjusted employment and seasonally-adiusted unemployment (i.e. seasonally-adiusted labour force by summation) 
Note: Excludes inmates of institutions, members of the armed services, Indians living on reserves and residents of the Yukon and Northwest Territories. The estimates are 
derived from a sample survey and are sub|ect to sampling error. In general, the smaller the estimate, the larger is the relative sampling error For other explanatory material 
see notes at the end of Catalogue No 71-001. 
Source: The Labour Force (71-001), monthly. 



38 



February 1980 

Table 4: Selected series* by sex and main age group (thousands of persons) 



Section 4-Table 4 











Table 


4.1: Employed 










Annual 
average 
and 




Total 






15-24 years 






25 years and over 




Both 






Both 






Both 






month 


sexes 


Men 


Women 


sexes 


Men 


Women 


sexes 


Men 


Women 


D 


767286 


767418 


767550 


767296 


767428 


767560 


767258 


767386 


767518 


D 


767608 


767683 


767750 


767620 


767695 


767762 


767584 


767654 


767728 


1978 


9,972 


6,148 


3,824 


2,493 


1,352 


1,141 


7,479 


4,796 


2,683 


1979 


10,369 


6,347 


4,022 


2,632 


1,428 


1,204 


7,737 


4,919 


2,818 


Unadjusted 


or seasonal 


variation 
















1978 F 


9,461 


5,821 


3,640 


2,233 


1,182 


1,051 


7,228 


4,639 


2,588 


M 


9,562 


5,868 


3,694 


2,277 


1,210 


1,068 


7,285 


4,658 


2,626 


A 


9,632 


5,898 


3,734 


2,294 


1,220 


1,074 


7,338 


4,678 


2,660 


M 


9,994 


6,175 


3,819 


2,507 


1,379 


1,128 


7,487 


4,796 


2,691 


J 


10,271 


6,361 


3,910 


2,692 


1,487 


1,205 


7,579 


4,874 


2,705 


J 


10,512 


6,524 


3,988 


2,968 


1,644 


1,324 


7,544 


4,880 


2,664 


A 


10,503 


6,537 


3,966 


2,926 


1,630 


1,297 


7,577 


4,907 


2,669 


S 


10,126 


6,252 


3,874 


2,461 


1,340 


1,121 


7,665 


4,912 


2,754 


O 


10,150 


6,254 


3,896 


2,480 


1,347 


1,133 


7,671 


4,907 


2,763 


N 


10,071 


6,183 


3,888 


2,451 


1,325 


1,126 


7,620 


4,858 


2,762 


D 


10,012 


6,114 


3,898 


2,438 


1,305 


1,133 


7,574 


4,809 


2,765 


1979 J 


9,812 


5,993 


3,820 


2,347 


1,252 


1,095 


7,465 


4,741 


2,724 


F 


9,857 


6,002 


3,856 


2,360 


1,252 


1,108 


7,497 


4,750 


2,748 


M 


9,956 


6,051 


3,905 


2,401 


1,268 


1,133 


7,555 


4,783 


2,772 


A 


10,004 


6,105 


3,899 


2,422 


1,294 


1,128 


7,582 


4,811 


2,771 


M 


10,363 


6,389 


3,974 


2,649 


1,456 


1,192 


7,715 


4,933 


2,782 


J 


10,626 


6,558 


4,068 


2,825 


1,568 


1,257 


7,801 


4,990 


2,811 


J 


10,879 


6,736 


4,143 


3,085 


1,718 


1,367 


7,794 


5,019 


2,775 


A 


10,908 


6,743 


4,165 


3,075 


1,705 


1,371 


7,832 


5,038 


2,794 


s 


10,525 


6,477 


4,049 


2,616 


1,425 


1,191 


7,909 


5,052 


2,858 





10,591 


6,468 


4,123 


2,647 


1,432 


1,215 


7,944 


5,036 


2,907 


N 


10,516 


6,375 


4,141 


2,598 


1,403 


1,194 


7,919 


4,972 


2,947 


D 


10,387 


6,266 


4,121 


2,556 


1,361 


1,196 


7,831 


4,905 


2,926 


1980 J 


10,194 


6,123 


4,070 


2,450 


1,293 


1,156 


7,744 


4,830 


2,914 


Adjusted for 


seasonal variation 
















M.C.D. 
















4 


4 


1978 F 


9,820 


6,090 


3,730 


2,442 


1,325 


1,117 


7,378 


4,765 


2,613 


M 


9,866 


6,104 


3,762 


2,463 


1,337 


1,126 


7,403 


4,767 


2,636 


A 


9,890 


6,094 


3,796 


2,456 


1,325 


1,131 


7,434 


4,769 


2,665 


M 


9,925 


6,114 


3,811 


2,471 


1,340 


1,131 


7,454 


4,774 


2,680 


J 


9,971 


6,142 


3,829 


2,490 


1,346 


1,144 


7,481 


4,796 


2,685 


J 


10,023 


6,163 


3,860 


2,527 


1,367 


1,160 


7,496 


4,796 


2,700 


A 


10,026 


6,174 


3,852 


2,512 


1,366 


1,146 


7,514 


4,808 


2,706 


S 


10,038 


6,172 


3,866 


2,510 


1,362 


1,148 


7,528 


4,810 


2,718 





10,066 


6,192 


3,874 


2,523 


1,370 


1,153 


7,543 


4,822 


2,721 


N 


10,096 


6,205 


3,891 


2,533 


1,374 


1,159 


7,563 


4,831 


2,732 


D 


10,156 


6,244 


3,912 


2,556 


1,393 


1,163 


7,600 


4,851 


2,749 


1979 J 


10,228 


6,283 


3,945 


2,591 


1,414 


1,177 


7,637 


4,869 


2,768 


F 


10,231 


6,280 


3,951 


2,578 


1,401 


1,177 


7,653 


4,879 


2,774 


M 


10,266 


6,296 


3,970 


2,591 


1,401 


1,190 


7,675 


4,895 


2,780 


A 


10,273 


6,310 


3,963 


2,593 


1,406 


1,187 


7,680 


4,904 


2,776 


M 


10,293 


6,327 


3,966 


2,611 


1,416 


1,195 


7,682 


4,911 


2,771 


J 


10,317 


6,331 


3,986 


2,616 


1,421 


1,195 


7,701 


4,910 


2,791 


J 


10,370 


6,361 


4,009 


2,627 


1,429 


1,198 


7,743 


4,932 


2,811 


A 


10,409 


6,366 


4,043 


2,643 


1,430 


1,213 


7,766 


4,936 


2,830 


S 


10,434 


6,393 


4,041 


2,665 


1,446 


1,219 


7,769 


4,947 


2,822 





10,503 


6,403 


4,100 


2,690 


1,455 


1,235 


7,813 


4,948 


2,865 


N 


1 0,547 


6,402 


4,145 


2,685 


1,456 


1,229 


7,862 


4,946 


2,916 


D 


10,539 


6,401 


4,138 


2,683 


1,453 


1,230 


7,856 


4,948 


2,908 



1980 J 



10,606 



6,411 



4,195 



2,691 



1,451 



1,240 



7,915 



4,960 



2,955 



See tootnotes, Table 3. 

*ln addition to the selected Labour Force information published here, there are approximately 2.100 Labour Force series available on CANSIM The series pro- 
vide basic labour torce characteristics, by geographic area, age, sex and marital status. 



39 



Section 4-Table 4/Continued 

Table 4: Selected series by sex and main age group (thousands of persons)/continued 



February 1980 











Table 


4.2: Unemployed 










Annual 




Total 






15-24 years 






25 years and over 




average 
and 




















Both 






Both 






Both 






month 


sexes 


Men 


Women 


sexes 


Men 


Women 


sexes 


Men 


Women 


D 


767287 


767419 


767551 


767297 


767429 


767561 


767259 


767387 


767519 


D 


767609 


767684 


767751 


767621 


767696 


767565 


767585 


767655 


767729 


1978 


911 


502 


408 


423 


240 


184 


487 


263 


225 


1979 


838 


452 


386 


393 


218 


175 


445 


234 


211 


Unadjusted for seasonal 


variation 
















1978 F 


994 


586 


408 


442 


266 


177 


551 


320 


232 


M 


1,031 


606 


425 


447 


264 


183 


584 


342 


242 


A 


986 


592 


394 


420 


256 


164 


566 


336 


229 


M 


920 


512 


408 


435 


244 


190 


486 


268 


218 


J 


892 


480 


412 


447 


244 


203 


445 


236 


209 


J 


916 


490 


426 


481 


272 


209 


435 


218 


217 


A 


882 


445 


437 


419 


224 


194 


463 


220 


242 


S 


844 


418 


425 


389 


203 


186 


455 


215 


240 





788 


398 


389 


364 


190 


173 


424 


208 


216 


N 


839 


443 


396 


396 


215 


182 


443 


228 


214 


D 


859 


483 


376 


401 


229 


172 


458 


254 


204 


1979 J 


977 


568 


409 


434 


254 


180 


543 


313 


229 


F 


954 


554 


400 


436 


260 


176 


518 


294 


224 


M 


976 


568 


408 


431 


255 


176 


545 


313 


232 


A 


943 


550 


393 


424 


251 


172 


519 


298 


221 


M 


836 


462 


374 


402 


226 


176 


435 


236 


199 


J 


798 


404 


394 


400 


203 


197 


398 


200 


197 


J 


793 


394 


398 


414 


217 


197 


379 


178 


201 


A 


772 


366 


406 


371 


184 


186 


401 


182 


220 


S 


719 


342 


377 


338 


172 


166 


381 


170 


211 





743 


362 


381 


353 


189 


164 


390 


172 


218 


N 


771 


409 


361 


363 


198 


165 


408 


211 


197 


D 


779 


444 


335 


353 


207 


146 


426 


237 


189 



1980 J 



946 



549 



397 



421 



246 



175 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 
M.C.D. 



1978 



1979 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1980 J 






525 



303 



222 



896 


494 


402 


419 


239 


180 


477 


255 


222 


918 


503 


415 


429 


244 


185 


489 


259 


230 


909 


512 


397 


417 


245 


172 


492 


267 


225 


930 


512 


418 


431 


243 


188 


499 


269 


230 


925 


516 


409 


424 


240 


184 


501 


276 


225 


921 


510 


411 


422 


238 


184 


499 


272 


227 


929 


519 


410 


428 


243 


185 


501 


276 


225 


941 


518 


423 


428 


239 


189 


513 


279 


234 


898 


497 


401 


410 


229 


181 


488 


268 


220 


899 


491 


408 


425 


237 


188 


474 


254 


220 


891 


481 


410 


424 


234 


190 


467 


247 


220 


885 


483 


402 


417 


230 


187 


468 


253 


215 


864 


470 


394 


412 


233 


179 


452 


237 


215 


868 


471 


397 


411 


233 


178 


457 


238 


219 


870 


474 


396 


418 


238 


180 


452 


236 


216 


845 


460 


385 


398 


224 


174 


447 


236 


211 


825 


434 


391 


380 


202 


178 


445 


232 


213 


798 


414 


384 


365 


192 


173 


433 


222 


211 


808 


428 


380 


377 


201 


176 


431 


227 


204 


798 


424 


374 


374 


205 


169 


424 


219 


205 


844 


450 


394 


400 


228 


172 


444 


222 


222 


825 


451 


374 


387 


216 


171 


438 


235 


203 


811 


442 


369 


375 


211 


164 


436 


231 


205 



852 



463 



389 



401 



221 



180 



451 



242 



209 



See footnotes, Table 3 



40 



February 1980 

Table 4: Selected series by sex and main age group (thousands of persons)/continued 



Section 4-Table 4/Continued 











Table 4.3: 


Participation rates' 










Annual 




Total 






15-24 years 






25 years and over 




average 




















and 


Both 






Both 






Both 






month 


sexes 


Men 


Women 


sexes 


Men 


Women 


sexes 


Men 


Women 


D 


767288 


767420 


767552 


767298 


767430 


767562 


767261 


767389 


767521 


D 


767610 


767685 


767752 


767622 


767697 


767763 


767586 


767656 


767730 


1978 


62.6 


77.9 


47.8 


64.4 


69.7 


58.9 


62.0 


81.0 


44.0 


1979 


63.3 


78.4 


48.9 


66.2 


71.4 


61.0 


62.3 


80.9 


44.9 


Unadjusted for 


seasonal variation 
















1978 F 


60.5 


75.6 


46.1 


59.3 


63.7 


54.8 


61.0 


79.9 


43.1 


M 


61.3 


76.3 


46.8 


60.3 


64.8 


55.8 


61.6 


80.5 


43.7 


A 


61.3 


76.3 


46.8 


60.0 


64.8 


55.2 


61.8 


80.6 


44.0 


M 


62.9 


78.5 


47.9 


65.0 


71.2 


58.7 


62.2 


81.2 


44.2 


J 


64.3 


80.2 


48.9 


69.3 


75.8 


62.6 


62.5 


81.8 


44.2 


J 


65.7 


82.1 


49.8 


76.1 


83.8 


68.2 


62.0 


81.5 


43.6 


A 


65.3 


81.6 


49.6 


73.7 


81.1 


66.3 


62.4 


81.9 


44.0 


S 


62.9 


77.9 


48.4 


62.8 


67.4 


58.0 


62.9 


81.7 


45.1 





62.6 


77.6 


48.2 


62.6 


67.1 


58.0 


62.6 


81.4 


44.8 


N 


62.4 


77.2 


48.1 


62.6 


67.2 


58.1 


62.3 


80.8 


44.7 


D 


62.1 


76.8 


47.9 


62.4 


66.9 


57.9 


61.9 


80.4 


44.5 


1979 J 


61.5 


76.2 


47.3 


61.1 


65.6 


56.5 


61.6 


80.1 


44.2 


F 


61.5 


76.0 


47.5 


61.4 


65.8 


56.9 


61.6 


79.8 


44.4 


M 


62.1 


76.7 


48.1 


62.1 


66.2 


57.9 


62.1 


80.5 


44.8 


A 


62.1 


77.0 


47.8 


62.4 


67.1 


57.5 


62.0 


80.6 


44.5 


M 


63.4 


79.1 


48.3 


66.8 


73.0 


60.5 


62.3 


81.4 


44.3 


J 


64.6 


80.3 


49.5 


70.6 


76.8 


64.3 


62.5 


81.6 


44.6 


J 


65.9 


82.1 


50.3 


76.6 


83.8 


69.1 


62.2 


81.5 


44.0 


A 


65.9 


81.8 


50.6 


75.4 


81.9 


68.8 


62.6 


81.7 


44.5 


S 


63.3 


78.3 


48.9 


64.6 


69.2 


60.0 


62.9 


81.6 


45.2 





63.7 


78.3 


49.7 


65.6 


70.2 


60.9 


63.1 


81.2 


45.9 


N 


63.4 


77.7 


49.6 


64.7 


69.3 


60.1 


62.9 


80.7 


46.1 


D 


62.6 


76.7 


49.0 


63.6 


67.8 


59.3 


62.3 


79.9 


45.6 


1980 J 


62.4 


76.2 


49.1 


62.7 


66.6 


58.8 


62.2 


79.6 


45.8 


Adjusted for seasonal variation 


















M.C.D. 




















1978 F 


62.1 


77.7 


47.0 


63.4 


68.8 


57.9 


61.6 


80.9 


43.3 


M 


62.4 


77.8 


47.5 


64.0 


69.5 


58.5 


61.8 


80.9 


43.7 


A 


62.4 


77.7 


47.6 


63.5 


69.0 


58.1 


61.9 


80.9 


44.0 


M 


62.6 


77.8 


47.9 


64.1 


69.4 


58.7 


62.0 


80.9 


44.2 


J 


62.7 


78.1 


47.9 


64.3 


69.5 


59.1 


62.2 


81.2 


44.1 


J 


62.9 


78.2 


48.2 


65.0 


70.2 


59.8 


62.2 


81.0 


44.3 


A 


62.9 


78.3 


48.0 


64.8 


70.4 


59.2 


62.2 


81.2 


44.3 


S 


62.9 


78.1 


48.3 


64.7 


69.9 


59.4 


62.3 


81.1 


44.5 





62.8 


78.0 


48.0 


64.6 


69.8 


59.2 


62.1 


81.0 


44.3 


N 


62.9 


78.0 


48.2 


65.1 


70.3 


59.8 


62.1 


80.8 


44.4 


D 


63.1 


78.2 


48.4 


65.5 


70.9 


60.0 


62.2 


80.9 


44.5 


1979 J 


63.3 


78.6 


48.6 


66.1 


71.6 


60.5 


62.4 


81.1 


44.6 


F 


63.1 


78.3 


48.5 


65.6 


71.1 


60.1 


62.3 


80.9 


44.6 


M 


63.3 


78.4 


48.7 


65.8 


71.0 


60.6 


62.4 


81.1 


44.7 


A 


63.2 


78.5 


48.5 


66.0 


71.4 


60.5 


62.3 


81.0 


44.5 


M 


63.1 


78.4 


48.4 


65.9 


71.1 


60.5 


62.1 


81.0 


44.3 


J 


63.0 


78.0 


48.6 


65.6 


70.4 


60.7 


62.2 


80.8 


44.5 


J 


63.1 


78.0 


48.7 


65.5 


70.3 


60.6 


62.2 


80.8 


44.7 


A 


63.3 


78.1 


48.9 


66.1 


70.7 


61.4 


62.3 


80.8 


44.8 


S 


63.3 


78.3 


48.8 


66.5 


71.5 


61.3 


62.1 


80.8 


44.6 





63.8 


78.6 


49.6 


67.6 


72.9 


62.2 


62.5 


80.6 


45.4 


N 


63.9 


78.5 


49.8 


67.2 


72.4 


61.9 


62.7 


80.7 


45.8 


D 


63.7 


78.3 


49.6 


66.9 


72.0 


61.6 


62.5 


80.5 


45.6 



1980 J 



64.1 



78.5 



50.3 



67.6 



72.3 



62.7 



63.0 



80.7 



46.2 



See footnotes, Table 3 



41 



Section 


4-Table 


4/Concluded 
















February 1980 


Table 4 


Selected 


series 


by sex and main 


age group 


(thousands of 


persons)/conclu 


ded 






















Table 4,4: 


Unemployment rates? 












Annual 
average 
and 








Total 






15-24 years 






25 years and over 






Both 








Both 






Both 








month 




sexes 




Men 


Women 


sexes 


Men 


Women 


sexes 


Men 




Women 


D 




767289 




767421 


767553 


767299 


767431 


767563 


767262 


767390 




767522 


D 




767611 




767686 


767753 


767623 


767698 


767764 


767587 


767657 




767731 


1978 




8.4 




7.6 


9.6 


14.5 


15.1 


13.9 


6.1 


5.2 




7.7 


1979 




7.5 




6.6 


8.8 


13.0 


13.3 


12.7 


5.4 


4.5 




7.0 


Unadjusted for seasonal 


variation 


















1978 F 




9.5 




9.1 


10.1 


16.5 


18.4 


14.4 


7.1 


6.4 




8.2 


M 




9.7 




9.4 


10.3 


16.4 


17.9 


14.6 


7.4 


6.8 




8.4 


A 




9.3 




9.1 


9.5 


15.5 


17.3 


13.3 


7.2 


6.7 




7.9 


M 




8.4 




7.7 


9.7 


14.8 


15.0 


14.4 


6.1 


5.3 




7.5 


J 




8.0 




7.0 


9.5 


14.2 


14.1 


14.4 


5.5 


4.6 




7.2 


J 




8.0 




7.0 


9.6 


13.9 


14.2 


13.6 


5.5 


4.3 




7.5 


A 




7.7 




6.4 


9.9 


12.5 


12.1 


13.0 


5.8 


4.3 




8.3 


S 




7.7 




6.3 


9.9 


13.6 


13.1 


14.2 


5.6 


4.2 




8.0 







7.2 




6.0 


9.1 


12.8 


12.4 


13.3 


5.2 


4.1 




7.2 


N 




7.7 




6.7 


9.2 


13.9 


13.9 


13.9 


5.5 


4.5 




7.2 


D 




7.9 




7.3 


8.8 


14.1 


14.9 


13.2 


5.7 


5.0 




6.9 


1979 J 




9.1 




8.7 


9.7 


15.6 


16.9 


14.1 


6.8 


6.2 




7.8 


F 




8.8 




8.4 


9.4 


15.6 


17.2 


13.7 


6.5 


5.8 




7.5 


M 




8.9 




8.6 


9.4 


15.2 


16.7 


13.4 


6.7 


6.2 




7.7 


A 




8.6 




8.3 


9.2 


14.9 


16.3 


13.3 


6.4 


5.8 




7.4 


M 




7.5 




6.7 


8.6 


13.2 


13.4 


12.8 


5.3 


4.6 




6.7 


J 




7.0 




5.8 


8.8 


12.4 


11.5 


13.6 


4.8 


3.9 




6.6 


J 




6.8 




5.5 


8.8 


11.8 


11.2 


12.6 


4.6 


3.4 




6.7 


A 




6.6 




5.2 


8.9 


10.8 


9.8 


12.0 


4.9 


3.5 




7.3 


S 




6.4 




5.0 


8.5 


11.5 


10.8 


12.3 


4.6 


3.3 




6.9 







6.6 




5.3 


8.5 


11.8 


11.7 


11.9 


4.7 


3.3 




7.0 


N 




6.8 




6.0 


8.0 


12.3 


12.4 


12.1 


4.9 


4.1 




6.3 


D 




7.0 




6.6 


7.5 


12.1 


13.2 


10.9 


5.2 


4.6 




6.1 



1980 J 



8.5 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 
M.C.D 



1978 



1979 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1980 J 



8.2 



8.9 



14.7 



16.0 



13.2 



6.4 



5.9 



7.1 



8.4 


7.5 


9.7 


14.6 


15.3 


13.9 


6.1 


5.1 


7.8 


8.5 


7.6 


9.9 


14.8 


15.4 


14.1 


6.2 


5.2 


8.0 


8.4 


7.8 


9.5 


14.5 


15.6 


13.2 


6.2 


5.3 


7.8 


8.6 


7.7 


9.9 


14.9 


15.4 


14.3 


6.3 


5.3 


7.9 


8.5 


7.8 


9.7 


14.6 


15.1 


139 


6.3 


5.4 


7.7 


8.4 


7.6 


9.6 


14.3 


14.8 


13.7 


6.2 


5.4 


7.8 


8.5 


7.8 


9.6 


14.6 


15.1 


13.9 


6.3 


5.4 


7.7 


8.6 


7.7 


9.9 


14.6 


14.9 


14.1 


6.4 


5.5 


7.9 


8.2 


7.4 


9.4 


14.0 


14.3 


136 


6.1 


5.3 


7.5 


8.2 


7.3 


9.5 


14.4 


14.7 


14.0 


5.9 


5.0 


7.5 


8.1 


7.2 


9.5 


14.2 


14.4 


14.0 


5.8 


4.8 


7.4 


8.0 


7.1 


9.2 


13.9 


14.0 


13.7 


5.8 


4.9 


7.2 


7.8 


7.0 


9.1 


13.8 


14.3 


13.2 


5.6 


4.6 


7.2 


7.8 


7.0 


9.1 


13.7 


14.3 


13.0 


5.6 


4.6 


7.3 


7.8 


7.0 


9.1 


13.9 


14.5 


13.2 


5.6 


4.6 


7.2 


7.6 


6.8 


8.8 


13.2 


13.7 


12.7 


5.5 


4.6 


7.1 


7.4 


6.4 


8.9 


12.7 


12.4 


13.0 


5.5 


4.5 


7.1 


7.1 


6.1 


8.7 


12.2 


11.8 


12.6 


5.3 


4.3 


7.0 


7.2 


6.3 


8.6 


12.5 


12.3 


12.7 


5.3 


4.4 


6.7 


7.1 


6.2 


8.5 


12.3 


12.4 


12.2 


5.2 


4.2 


6.8 


7.4 


6.6 


8.8 


12.9 


13.5 


12.2 


5.4 


4.3 


7.2 


7.3 


6.6 


8.3 


12.6 


12.9 


12.2 


5.3 


4.5 


6.5 


7.1 


6.5 


8.2 


12.3 


12.7 


11.8 


5.3 


4.5 


6.6 



7.4 



6.7 



8.5 



13.0 



13.2 



12.7 



5.4 



4.7 



6.6 



See footnotes, Table 3 



42 



February 1980 



Section 4-Table 5 



Table 5: Labour force characteristics of the population 15 years of age and over, by province (thousands of persons) 



Annual 
























average 










Table 5.1 


Labour force 












and 
























month 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


D 


767285 


767837 


767975 


768113 


768251 


768413 


768583 


768729 


768867 


769005 


769168 


D 


767606 


767899 


768037 


768175 


768313 


768475 


768645 


768791 


768929 


769067 


769230 


1978 


10,882 


198 


50 


342 


273 


2,827 


4,147 


471 


421 


960 


1,192 


1979 


11,207 


207 


53 


352 


280 


2,878 


4,289 


478 


433 


1,015 


1,223 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal 


variation 




















1978 F 


10,455 


181 


45 


321 


253 


2,739 


3,984 


457 


400 


922 


1,151 


M 


10,593 


183 


47 


324 


255 


2,777 


4,037 


460 


408 


933 


1,169 


A 


10,617 


188 


48 


335 


257 


2,752 


4,053 


459 


410 


945 


1,170 


M 


10,914 


198 


52 


343 


275 


2,837 


4,142 


474 


430 


969 


1,194 


J 


11,163 


209 


55 


351 


283 


2,915 


4,245 


477 


433 


977 


1,217 


J 


11,428 


222 


56 


366 


296 


2,970 


4,342 


491 


444 


1,003 


1,238 


A 


11,385 


218 


55 


361 


294 


2,954 


4,332 


488 


442 


1,002 


1,239 


S 


10,970 


208 


53 


345 


283 


2,848 


4,162 


474 


425 


966 


1,206 


O 


10,938 


205 


52 


349 


281 


2,823 


4,150 


477 


429 


973 


1,199 


N 


10,910 


199 


49 


346 


276 


2,817 


4,175 


475 


417 


962 


1,194 


D 


10,871 


192 


48 


344 


269 


2,797 


4,180 


471 


417 


966 


1,186 


1979 J 


10,789 


190 


47 


343 


260 


2,766 


4,165 


469 


414 


963 


1,174 


F 


10,812 


191 


47 


339 


259 


2,767 


4,181 


470 


410 


961 


1,186 


M 


10,932 


193 


49 


344 


264 


2,796 


4,208 


472 


416 


986 


1,202 


A 


10,947 


201 


51 


347 


269 


2,797 


4,206 


470 


417 


987 


1,203 


M 


11,200 


208 


53 


353 


285 


2,856 


4,285 


477 


434 


1,016 


1,232 


J 


11,424 


218 


56 


353 


290 


2,945 


4,371 


481 


446 


1,024 


1,241 


J 


11,672 


232 


57 


368 


299 


3,001 


4,449 


492 


454 


1,061 


1,259 


A 


11,680 


226 


58 


369 


302 


2,993 


4,460 


491 


453 


1,061 


1,267 


S 


11,245 


212 


55 


354 


290 


2,699 


4,260 


479 


442 


1,028 


1,227 





11,334 


211 


54 


355 


287 


2,920 


4,319 


484 


441 


1,035 


1,229 


N 


11,287 


204 


53 


351 


281 


2,917 


4,308 


479 


437 


1,031 


1,225 


D 


11,165 


196 


51 


349 


274 


2,883 


4,254 


475 


429 


1,025 


1,227 


1980 J 


11,140 


190 


50 


345 


265 


2,871 


4,254 


469 


427 


1,026 


1,241 


Adjusted for seasonal variation 




















M.C.D. 
























1978 F 


10,716 


196 


49 


335 


270 


2,814 


4,054 


467 


417 


942 


1,174 


M 


10,784 


195 


50 


333 


271 


2,834 


4,096 


469 


420 


949 


1,181 


A 


10,799 


195 


50 


342 


271 


2,814 


4,117 


467 


418 


959 


1,180 


M 


10,855 


196 


50 


341 


272 


2,839 


4,125 


472 


425 


960 


1,182 


J 


10,896 


198 


51 


343 


271 


2,836 


4,144 


470 


422 


963 


1,194 


J 


10,944 


201 


51 


346 


275 


2,829 


4,181 


471 


424 


965 


1,192 


A 


10,955 


201 


51 


345 


271 


2,838 


4,182 


472 


419 


970 


1,201 


S 


10,979 


202 


51 


344 


275 


2,843 


4,199 


474 


419 


969 


1,207 





10,964 


201 


51 


348 


276 


2,827 


4,178 


474 


425 


974 


1,204 


N 


10,995 


200 


50 


348 


278 


2,833 


4,204 


475 


420 


966 


1,208 


D 


11,047 


201 


52 


350 


276 


2,836 


4,232 


478 


427 


981 


1,211 


1979 J 


11,113 


204 


52 


356 


277 


2,853 


4,254 


482 


433 


986 


1,204 


F 


11,095 


205 


51 


351 


276 


2,843 


4,256 


480 


427 


982 


1,212 


M 


11,134 


205 


52 


353 


281 


2,854 


4,271 


481 


429 


1,004 


1,214 


A 


11,143 


209 


52 


352 


282 


2,860 


4,272 


478 


424 


999 


1,214 


M 


11,138 


206 


52 


351 


282 


2,858 


4,269 


474 


429 


1,005 


1,221 


J 


11,142 


206 


52 


346 


278 


2,865 


4,269 


474 


433 


1,010 


1,215 


J 


11,168 


209 


53 


348 


277 


2,858 


4,287 


474 


432 


1,024 


1,212 


A 


11,217 


206 


53 


353 


280 


2,877 


4,304 


474 


431 


1,027 


1,226 


S 


11,232 


205 


54 


353 


281 


2,892 


4,293 


479 


437 


1,031 


1,228 





11,347 


206 


53 


354 


282 


2,922 


4,348 


481 


436 


1,034 


1,233 


N 


11,372 


206 


54 


353 


284 


2,933 


4,336 


480 


441 


1,037 


1,238 


D 


11,350 


207 


55 


355 


283 


2,923 


4,308 


481 


439 


1,039 


1,253 


1980 J 


11,458 


206 


55 


356 


284 


2,955 


4,341 


481 


444 


1,050 


1,270 



See loolnotes, Table 3 



43 



Section 4-Table 5/Continued February 1980 

Table 5: Labour force characteristics of the population 15 years of age and over, by province (thousands of persons)/continued 



Annual 
average 










Table 


5.2: Employed 












montn 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alia. 


B.C. 


D 
D 


767286 
767608 


767838 
767900 


767976 
768038 


768114 
768176 


768252 
768314 


768414 
768476 


768584 
768646 


768730 
768792 


768868 
768930 


769006 
769068 


769169 
769231 



1978 
1979 



9,972 
10,369 



166 
175 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1976 F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 

o 

N 
D 

1979 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 



9,461 

9,562 

9,632 

9,994 

10,271 

10,512 

10,503 

10,126 

10,150 

10,071 

10,012 

9,812 
9,857 
9,956 
10,004 
10,363 
10,626 
10,879 
10,908 
10,525 
10,591 
10,516 
10,387 



149 
148 
151 
162 
176 
188 
187 
178 
175 
168 
159 

153 
155 
154 
164 
172 
186 
202 
199 
187 
185 
175 
166 



45 
47 



40 
41 
41 
47 
51 
51 
51 
48 
48 
44 
43 

41 
40 
42 
42 
48 
50 
52 
53 
50 
49 
47 
46 



306 
316 



284 
282 
293 
306 
317 
328 
327 
314 
317 
312 
310 

300 
300 
300 
303 
320 
326 
334 
333 
322 
323 
317 
315 



238 


2,520 


3,847 


249 


2,602 


4,008 


215 


2,403 


3,662 


217 


2,431 


3,696 


216 


2,428 


3,727 


238 


2,517 


3,838 


253 


2,597 


3,940 


261 


2,672 


4,029 


260 


2,655 


4,044 


253 


2,562 


3,878 


251 


2,559 


3,894 


246 


2,545 


3,900 


237 


2,504 


3,906 


226 


2,439 


3,850 


224 


2,455 


3,872 


227 


2,468 


3,888 


229 


2,498 


3,900 


253 


2,581 


4,010 


262 


2,677 


4,088 


268 


2,758 


4,165 


272 


2,754 


4,190 


264 


2,656 


4,023 


261 


2,669 


4,061 


254 


2,659 


4,045 


246 


2,609 


4,010 



440 
453 



421 
424 
427 
444 
451 
459 
460 
443 
451 
447 
442 

437 
437 
442 
437 
449 
460 
467 
467 
458 
465 
459 
452 



400 

415 



374 
379 
384 
409 
416 
426 
423 
410 
415 
401 
397 

388 
386 
393 
394 
416 
431 
438 
439 
429 
428 
423 
411 



915 


1,093 


976 


1,129 


870 


1,044 


881 


1,063 


894 


1,072 


929 


1,103 


940 


1,129 


955 


1,143 


956 


1,140 


921 


1,118 


934 


1,108 


919 


1,090 


929 


1,085 


915 


1,064 


914 


1,074 


943 


1,098 


939 


1,097 


978 


1,136 


991 


1,154 


1,024 


1,172 


1,023 


1,178 


993 


1,143 


999 


1,151 


997 


1,140 


991 


1,141 



1980 J 



10,194 



158 



44 



305 



236 



2,569 



3,931 



442 



406 



979 



1,123 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D. 4 



1978 F 


9,820 


165 


45 


300 


234 


2,506 


3,763 


436 


396 


896 


1,078 


M 


9,866 


163 


45 


297 


236 


2,516 


3.792 


438 


397 


905 


1,082 


A 


9,890 


163 


45 


305 


234 


2,504 


3,812 


436 


396 


913 


1,090 


M 


9,925 


163 


45 


303 


237 


2,517 


3,817 


440 


403 


917 


1,088 


J 


9,971 


165 


46 


306 


239 


2,517 


3,839 


439 


402 


917 


1,099 


J 


10,023 


167 


46 


308 


240 


2,527 


3,877 


440 


405 


918 


1,098 


A 


10,026 


167 


46 


309 


236 


2.524 


3,884 


441 


399 


923 


1,099 


S 


10,038 


167 


46 


309 


240 


2,535 


3,879 


440 


400 


919 


1,108 


O 


10,066 


168 


46 


312 


242 


2,535 


3,887 


444 


405 


929 


1,102 


N 


10,096 


168 


45 


312 


246 


2,541 


3,905 


446 


401 


922 


1,104 


D 


10,156 


167 


46 


314 


244 


2,541 


3,942 


449 


407 


940 


1,104 


1979 J 


10,228 


169 


46 


315 


245 


2,549 


3,967 


455 


411 


946 


1,107 


F 


10,231 


171 


45 


315 


244 


2,558 


3,976 


452 


408 


940 


1,111 


M 


10,266 


170 


46 


315 


247 


2,556 


3,986 


456 


411 


966 


1,117 


A 


10,273 


177 


46 


314 


248 


2,575 


3,987 


447 


406 


957 


1,116 


M 


10,293 


173 


46 


317 


251 


2,582 


3.988 


445 


410 


965 


1,122 


J 


10,317 


174 


46 


315 


248 


2,595 


3,987 


449 


416 


969 


1,122 


J 


10,370 


179 


47 


314 


246 


2,609 


4,010 


449 


416 


987 


1,126 


A 


10,409 


177 


47 


315 


248 


2,620 


4,025 


448 


416 


989 


1,135 


S 


10,434 


176 


48 


317 


251 


2,627 


4,025 


455 


419 


992 


1,133 


O 


10,503 


177 


47 


318 


252 


2,643 


4,054 


457 


418 


994 


1,145 


N 


10,547 


176 


48 


317 


254 


2,655 


4,052 


458 


423 


1,001 


1,153 


D 


10,539 


176 


49 


319 


254 


2,646 


4,048 


459 


421 


1,001 


1,161 


1980 J 


10,606 


176 


49 


320 


255 


2,680 


4,048 


458 


427 


1,010 


1,168 



See footnotes, Table 3. 



44 



February 1980 Section 4-Table 5/Continued 

Table 5: Labour force characteristics of the population 15 years of age and over, by province (thousands of persons)/continued 



Annual 
























average 










Table 5.3: Unemployed 












and 
























month 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alia. 


B.C. 





767287 


767839 


767977 


768115 


768253 


768415 


768585 


768731 


768869 


769007 


769170 


D 


767609 


767901 


768039 


768177 


768315 


768477 


768647 


768793 


768931 


769069 


769232 


1978 


911 


33 


36 


5 


34 


307 


300 


31 


21 


45 


98 


1979 


838 


32 


36 


6 


31 


277 


280 


26 


18 


39 


94 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal 


variation 




















1978 F 


994 


32 


5 


38 


39 


336 


323 


36 


25 


52 


107 


M 


1,031 


35 


6 


42 


39 


346 


341 


36 


28 


52 


106 


A 


986 


36 


7 


42 


42 


324 


326 


32 


26 


51 


98 


M 


920 


36 


5 


37 


37 


320 


304 


30 


21 


40 


90 


J 


892 


32 


4 


34 


30 


318 


305 


26 


17 


37 


88 


J 


916 


34 


4 


39 


35 


298 


313 


31 


19 


48 


95 


A 


882 


31 


4 


34 


34 


299 


288 


29 


19 


46 


99 


S 


844 


30 


4 


31 


30 


286 


284 


31 


15 


45 


88 





788 


29 


4 


32 


30 


264 


256 


26 


15 


40 


91 


N 


839 


31 


5 


34 


30 


272 


275 


28 


16 


42 


104 


D 


859 


33 


6 


34 


32 


293 


275 


29 


20 


37 


101 


1979 J 


977 


37 


6 


43 


33 


327 


315 


32 


26 


47 


110 


F 


954 


36 


7 


39 


35 


312 


309 


33 


24 


48 


112 


M 


976 


39 


7 


44 


38 


328 


319 


30 


23 


44 


104 


A 


943 


36 


8 


43 


39 


300 


306 


32 


22 


48 


107 


M 


836 


36 


6 


33 


32 


275 


276 


28 


19 


37 


96 


J 


798 


31 


5 


28 


28 


268 


283 


20 


14 


33 


87 


J 


793 


30 


5 


34 


31 


243 


284 


25 


16 


38 


87 


A 


772 


27 


5 


36 


31 


239 


269 


24 


14 


38 


69 


S 


719 


25 


5 


32 


25 


243 


236 


21 


13 


35 


84 


O 


743 


25 


5 


32 


26 


251 


259 


19 


13 


36 


78 


N 


771 


29 


6 


34 


27 


258 


263 


21 


14 


34 


84 


D 


779 


30 


5 


34 


29 


274 


245 


22 


18 


34 


87 



1980 J 



946 



32 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D. 4 



39 



29 



302 



323 



28 



21 



47 



119 



1978 F 


896 


31 


4 


35 


36 


308 


291 


31 


21 


46 


96 


M 


918 


32 


5 


36 


35 


318 


304 


31 


23 


44 


99 


A 


909 


32 


5 


37 


37 


310 


305 


31 


22 


46 


90 


M 


930 


33 


5 


38 


35 


322 


308 


32 


22 


43 


94 


J 


925 


33 


5 


37 


32 


319 


305 


31 


20 


46 


95 


J 


921 


34 


5 


38 


35 


302 


304 


31 


19 


47 


94 


A 


929 


34 


5 


36 


35 


314 


298 


31 


20 


47 


102 


S 


941 


35 


5 


35 


35 


308 


320 


34 


19 


50 


99 


O 


898 


33 


5 


36 


34 


292 


291 


30 


20 


45 


102 


N 


899 


32 


5 


36 


32 


292 


299 


29 


19 


44 


104 


D 


891 


34 


6 


36 


32 


295 


290 


29 


20 


41 


107 


1979 J 


885 


35 


6 


41 


32 


304 


287 


27 


22 


40 


97 


F 


864 


34 


6 


36 


32 


285 


280 


28 


19 


42 


101 


M 


868 


35 


6 


38 


34 


298 


285 


25 


18 


38 


97 


A 


870 


32 


6 


38 


34 


285 


285 


31 


18 


42 


98 


M 


845 


33 


6 


34 


31 


276 


281 


29 


19 


40 


99 


J 


825 


32 


6 


31 


30 


270 


282 


25 


17 


41 


93 


J 


798 


30 


6 


34 


31 


249 


277 


25 


16 


37 


86 


A 


808 


29 


6 


38 


32 


257 


279 


26 


15 


38 


91 


S 


798 


29 


6 


36 


30 


265 


268 


24 


18 


39 


95 


O 


844 


29 


6 


36 


30 


279 


294 


24 


18 


40 


88 


N 


825 


30 


6 


36 


30 


278 


284 


22 


18 


36 


85 


D 


811 


31 


6 


36 


29 


277 


260 


22 


18 


38 


92 



1980 J 



852 



30 



36 



29 



275 



293 



23 



17 



40 



102 



See footnotes. Table 3 



45 



Section 4-Table 5/Continued February 1980 

Table 5: Labour force characteristics of the population 15 years of age and over, by province (thousands of persons)/continued 



Annual 
























average 
and 










Table 5.4: 


Participation 


rates' 










month 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alia 


B.C. 


D 


767288 


767841 


767979 


768117 


768255 


768417 


768587 


768733 


768871 


769009 


769172 


D 


767610 


769756 


769757 


769758 


769759 


769760 


769763 


769766 


769767 


769768 


769769 


1978 


62.6 


51.7 


57.8 


56.4 


55.0 


59.7 


65.5 


63.1 


61.9 


68.2 


62.6 


1979 


63.3 


52.7 


59.3 


56.9 


55.3 


60.1 


66.6 


63.7 


62.6 


69.4 


82.7 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal 


variation 




















1978 F 


60.5 


47.5 


52.3 


53.3 


51.4 


58.1 


63.3 


61.4 


59.2 


66.3 


61.0 


M 


61.3 


47.9 


54.1 


53.7 


51.8 


58.8 


64.1 


61.7 


60.3 


66.9 


61.9 


A 


61.3 


49.1 


55.2 


55.4 


52.1 


58.2 


64.2 


61.5 


60.5 


67.6 


61.8 


M 


62.9 


51.7 


59.7 


56.7 


55.6 


60.0 


65.5 


63.5 


63.4 


69.1 


62.9 


J 


64.3 


54.4 


62.9 


57.9 


57.1 


61.6 


67.1 


63.9 


63.8 


69.5 


64.0 


J 


65.7 


57.8 


63.7 


60.3 


59.7 


62.7 


68.5 


65.6 


65.4 


71.1 


65.0 


A 


65.3 


56.5 


63.2 


59.4 


59.1 


62.2 


68.2 


65.3 


64.9 


70.9 


64.9 


S 


62.9 


54.0 


60.2 


56.6 


56.9 


60.0 


65.5 


63.4 


62.4 


68.1 


63.1 





62.6 


52.9 


59.2 


57.2 


56.4 


59.4 


65.2 


63.8 


62.9 


68.4 


62.6 


N 


62.4 


51.3 


56.1 


56.7 


55.3 


59.2 


65.5 


63.5 


61.0 


67.3 


62.2 


D 


62.1 


49.5 


55.2 


56.2 


53.8 


58.8 


65.5 


62.9 


60.9 


67.4 


61.6 


1979 J 


61.5 


48.9 


53.5 


55.9 


51.8 


58.1 


65.2 


62.7 


60.3 


66.9 


60.9 


F 


61.5 


49.0 


53.5 


55.2 


51.5 


58.0 


65.3 


62.8 


59.7 


66.6 


61.4 


M 


62.1 


49.5 


55.9 


56.0 


52.6 


58.6 


65.7 


63.0 


60.5 


68.2 


62.1 


A 


62.1 


51.4 


57.5 


56.2 


53.3 


58.5 


65.5 


62.7 


60.4 


68.0 


62.1 


M 


63.4 


53.2 


604 


57.2 


56.5 


59.7 


66.7 


63.5 


62.9 


69.7 


63.4 


J 


64.6 


55.6 


62.8 


57.2 


57.5 


61.5 


67.9 


64.0 


64.5 


70.1 


63.8 


J 


65.9 


59.0 


64.5 


59.5 


59.0 


62.6 


69.0 


65.4 


65.6 


72.4 


64.6 


A 


65.9 


57.4 


64.9 


59.5 


59.6 


62.3 


69.1 


65.3 


65.3 


72.2 


64.9 


S 


63.3 


53.7 


61.3 


57.0 


57.0 


60.3 


65.9 


63.7 


63.7 


69.8 


62.7 





63.7 


53.3 


60.0 


57.1 


56.4 


60.7 


66.7 


64.4 


63.5 


69.9 


62.6 


N 


63.4 


51.5 


59.3 


56.4 


55.1 


60.6 


66.5 


63.8 


62.8 


69.5 


62.2 


D 


62.6 


49.4 


57.2 


56.1 


53.7 


59.9 


65.6 


63.3 


61.6 


68.8 


62.2 


1980 J 


62.4 


47.9 


56.2 


55.3 


51.8 


59.5 


655 


62.6 


61.2 


68.6 


62.7 


Adjusted for 


seasonal variation 




















M.C.D. 
























1978 F 


62.1 


51.4 


57.0 


55.6 


54.9 


59.7 


64.4 


62.7 


61.8 


67.7 


62.2 


M 


62.4 


51.2 


57.5 


55.2 


55.0 


60.1 


65.0 


63.0 


62 1 


68.1 


62.5 


A 


62.4 


51.0 


57.5 


56.6 


54.9 


59.6 


65.2 


62.6 


61.7 


68.6 


62.3 


M 


62.6 


51.2 


57.5 


56.3 


54.9 


60.0 


65.3 


63.2 


62.7 


68.4 


62.3 


J 


62.7 


51.6 


58.6 


56.6 


54.6 


59.9 


65.5 


62.9 


622 


68.5 


62.8 


J 


62.9 


52.3 


58.6 


57.0 


55.4 


59.7 


66.0 


63.0 


62.4 


68.4 


62.6 


A 


62.9 


52.2 


58.6 


56.7 


54.5 


59.8 


65.9 


63.1 


61.5 


68.6 


62.9 


S 


62.9 


52.3 


58.6 


56.5 


55.2 


59.9 


66.1 


63.4 


61.4 


68.3 


63.1 





62.8 


52.1 


58.0 


570 


55.3 


59.5 


65.6 


63.4 


62.2 


68.4 


62.8 


N 


62.9 


51.7 


56.8 


57.0 


55.6 


59.6 


66.0 


63.5 


61.4 


67.6 


62.9 


D 


63.1 


51.8 


59.1 


57.2 


55.2 


59.6 


66.3 


63.9 


62.3 


68.5 


62.9 


1979 J 


63.3 


52.4 


59.1 


58.1 


55.3 


59.9 


66.6 


64.4 


63.1 


68.6 


62.4 


F 


63.1 


52.7 


58.0 


57.2 


55.0 


59.6 


66.5 


64.1 


62.2 


68.1 


62.7 


M 


63.3 


52.6 


59.1 


57.4 


55.9 


59.8 


66.7 


64.2 


62.4 


69.4 


62.7 


A 


63.2 


53.6 


59.1 


57.1 


56.0 


59.8 


66.6 


63.7 


61.5 


68.8 


62.6 


M 


63.1 


52.7 


59.1 


56.9 


56.0 


59.7 


66.4 


63.2 


62.2 


69.0 


62.9 


J 


63.0 


52.6 


58.4 


56.0 


55.0 


59.8 


66.3 


63.1 


62.7 


69.2 


62.5 


J 


63.1 


53.2 


59.6 


56.2 


54.7 


59.6 


66.5 


63.0 


62.3 


69.9 


62.2 


A 


63.3 


52.3 


59.6 


569 


55.2 


59.9 


66.7 


63.0 


62.2 


69.9 


62.8 


S 


63.3 


51.9 


60.7 


56.9 


55.3 


60.2 


66.4 


63.7 


63.0 


69.9 


62.7 


O 


63.8 


52.0 


59.6 


57.0 


55.4 


60.7 


67.2 


64.0 


62.7 


69.9 


62.8 


N 


63.9 


52.0 


60.7 


56.8 


55.7 


60.9 


66.9 


639 


63.4 


69.9 


62.9 


D 


63.7 


52.1 


61.1 


57.0 


55.4 


60.7 


66.4 


64.1 


63.0 


69.7 


63.5 



1980 J 



64.1 



51.8 



61.1 



57.1 



55.5 



61.3 



66.8 



64.1 



63.6 



70.2 



64.1 



See footnotes, Table 3 



46 



February 1980 Section 4-Table 5/Concluded 

Table 5: Labour force characteristics of the population 15 years of age and over, by province (thousands of persons)/concluded 



Annual 
average 
and 
month 










Table 5.5: 


Unemployment 


rates2 










Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B 


Que. 


Ont 


Man. 


Sask 


Alta. 


B.C. 


D 
D 


767289 

767611 


767842 
767902 


767980 
768040 


768118 
768178 


768256 
768316 


768418 
768478 


768588 
768648 


768734 
768794 


768872 
768932 


769010 
769070 


769173 
769233 


1978 
1979 


8.4 
7.5 


16.4 
15.4 


9.9 
11.3 


10.6 
10.2 


12.6 

11.1 


10.9 
9.6 


7.2 
6.5 


6.5 
5.4 


4.9 
4.2 


4.7 
3.9 


8.3 
7.7 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1978 F 


9.5 


17.6 


11.5 


11.8 


15.2 


12.3 


8.1 


8.0 


6.3 


5.6 


9.3 


M 


9.7 


19.2 


12.5 


12.8 


15.1 


12.5 


8.5 


7.8 


7.0 


5.6 


9.1 


A 


9.3 


19.4 


14.8 


12.6 


16.2 


11.8 


8.0 


7.0 


6.3 


5.4 


8.4 


M 


8.4 


18.3 


9.5 


10.7 


13.5 


11.3 


7.3 


6.3 


5.0 


4.1 


7.6 


J 


8.0 


15.5 


7.4 


9.7 


10.6 


10.9 


7.2 


5.5 


4.0 


3.8 


7.2 


J 


80 


15.2 


7.6 


10.5 


11.9 


10.0 


7.2 


6.4 


4.2 


4.8 


7.7 


A 


7.7 


14.3 


6.8 


9.4 


11.5 


10.1 


6.6 


5.9 


4.2 


4.6 


8.0 


S 


7.7 


14.4 


8.3 


9.0 


10.6 


10.0 


6.8 


6.5 


3.6 


4.6 


7.3 


O 


7.2 


14.4 


8.1 


9.3 


10.6 


9.4 


6.2 


5.4 


3.4 


4.1 


7.6 


N 


7.7 


15.6 


10.8 


9.9 


11.0 


9.7 


6.6 


6.0 


3.9 


4.4 


8.7 


D 


7.9 


17.0 


11.4 


9.9 


12.0 


10.5 


6.6 


6.1 


4.8 


3.8 


8.5 


1979 J 


9.1 


19.7 


13.1 


12.5 


12.9 


11.8 


76 


6.9 


6.2 


4.9 


9.4 


F 


8.8 


18.8 


14.3 


11.5 


13.4 


11.3 


7.4 


7.0 


5.8 


4.9 


9.4 


M 


8.9 


20.1 


15.0 


12.7 


14.3 


11.7 


7.6 


6.4 


5.6 


4.4 


8.6 


A 


8.6 


18.2 


16.5 


12.5 


14.7 


10.7 


7.3 


6.9 


5.4 


4.9 


8.9 


M 


7.5 


17.2 


10.8 


9.3 


11.2 


9.6 


6.4 


5.9 


4.3 


3.7 


7.8 


J 


7.0 


14.3 


9.7 


7.8 


9.7 


9.1 


6.5 


4.2 


3.2 


3.2 


7.0 


J 


6.8 


13.0 


8.7 


9.3 


10.2 


8.1 


6.4 


5.1 


3.5 


3.6 


6.9 


A 


6.6 


11.9 


8.4 


9.6 


10.2 


8.0 


6.0 


4.9 


3.2 


3.6 


7.0 


S 


6.4 


11.7 


8.4 


9.0 


8.8 


8.4 


5.6 


4.3 


3.0 


3.4 


6.8 


O 


6.6 


12.0 


9.4 


9.0 


9.0 


8.6 


6.0 


3.9 


2.9 


3.4 


6.4 


N 


6.8 


14.3 


12.0 


9.6 


9.7 


8.8 


6.1 


4.3 


3.3 


3.3 


6.9 


D 


7.0 


15.2 


10.7 


99 


10.5 


9.5 


5.8 


4.7 


4.2 


3.3 


7.1 


1980 J 


8.5 


17.1 


12.4 


11.4 


10.9 


10.5 


7.6 


5.9 


4.9 


4.6 


9.6 


Adjusted for seasonal 


variation 




















M.C.D 
























1978 F 


84 


15.8 


82 


10.4 


13.3 


10.9 


7.2 


6.6 


5.0 


4.9 


8.2 


M 


8.5 


16.4 


9.6 


10.8 


12.9 


11.2 


7.4 


6.6 


5.5 


4.6 


8.4 


A 


84 


16.4 


10.4 


10.8 


13.7 


11.0 


7.4 


6.6 


5.3 


4.8 


7.6 


M 


8.6 


16.8 


10.0 


11.1 


12.9 


11.3 


7.5 


6.8 


5.2 


4.5 


8.0 


J 


8.5 


16.7 


95 


10.8 


11.8 


11.2 


7.4 


6.6 


4.7 


4.8 


8.0 


J 


8.4 


16.9 


9.5 


11.0 


12.7 


10.7 


7.3 


6.6 


4.5 


4.9 


7.9 


A 


8.5 


16.9 


9.3 


10.4 


12.9 


11.1 


7.1 


6.6 


4.8 


4.8 


8.5 


S 


8.6 


17.3 


10.6 


10.2 


12.7 


10.8 


7.6 


7.2 


4.5 


5.2 


8.2 


O 


8.2 


16.4 


9.9 


10.3 


12.3 


10.3 


70 


6.3 


4.7 


4.6 


8.5 


N 


8.2 


16.0 


10.7 


10.3 


11.5 


10.3 


7.1 


6.1 


4.5 


4.6 


8.6 


D 


8.1 


16.9 


11.2 


10.3 


11.6 


10.4 


6.9 


6.1 


4.7 


4.2 


8.8 


1979 J 


80 


17.2 


11.3 


11.5 


11.6 


10.7 


6.7 


5.6 


5.1 


4.1 


8.1 


F 


7.8 


16.6 


10.9 


10.3 


11.6 


10.0 


6.6 


5.8 


4.4 


4.3 


8.3 


M 


7.8 


17.1 


12.1 


10.8 


12.1 


10.4 


6.7 


5.2 


4.2 


3.8 


8.0 


A 


7.8 


15.3 


12.2 


10.8 


12.1 


10.0 


6.7 


6.5 


4.2 


4.2 


8.1 


M 


7.6 


16.0 


11.2 


9.7 


11.0 


9.7 


6.6 


6.1 


4.4 


4.0 


8.1 


J 


7.4 


15.5 


11.9 


9.0 


10.8 


9.4 


6.6 


5.3 


3.9 


4.1 


7.7 


J 


7.1 


14.4 


10.6 


9.8 


11.2 


8.7 


65 


5.3 


3.7 


3.6 


7.1 


A 


7.2 


14.1 


11.0 


10.8 


11.4 


8.9 


6.5 


5.5 


3.5 


3.7 


7.4 


S 


7.1 


14.1 


10.7 


10.2 


10.7 


9.2 


6.2 


5.0 


4.1 


3.8 


7.7 


O 


7.4 


14.1 


11.1 


10.2 


10.6 


9.5 


6.8 


5.0 


4.1 


3.9 


7.1 


N 


7.3 


14.6 


11.6 


10.2 


10.6 


9.5 


6.5 


4.6 


4.1 


3.5 


6.9 


D 


7.1 


15.0 


106 


10.1 


10.2 


9.5 


6.0 


4.6 


4.1 


3.7 


7.3 



1980 J 



7.4 



146 



10.7 



10.1 



10.2 



9.3 



6.7 



4.8 



3.8 



3.8 



8.0 



See tootnotes. Table 3 



47 



Section 4-Tables 6 and 7 

Table 6: Unemployment insurance statistics 



February 1980 



















3enelits data 




















Type 


ot benefits paid 












Claims 


data 








































Initial and 










renewal 




Average 


Total 
















Insured 


Benefi- 


claims 


Number 


weekly 


benefits 














Year 


population2 


ciaries' -2 


received 


of weeks 


payment2 


paid3 


Regular 


Sickness 


Maternity Retirement 


Fishing 


Trainees4 


month 


Thousands 


Thousands 




Dollars 






Thousand dollars 








D 


1248 


1251 


1232 


1234 


1249 


1235 


1243 


1244 


1245 


1246 


1247 


1250 


1977 


9,504 


750 


2,807 


38,701 


101.01 


3,909,045 


3,485,080 


155,828 


172,228 


13,543 


48,400 


33,963 


1978 


9,820 


803 


2,809 


41,355 


109.70 


4,536,910 


4,006.868 


1 57,405 


195,297 


14,831 


63,434 


99,072 


1977 D 


9,502 


838 


317 


3,018 


105.84 


319,439 


280.010 


11.231 


13,334 


929 


7,815 


6,120 


1978 J 


9,372 


1,011 


300 


4,712 


109.01 


513,674 


461,958 


14,313 


16,286 


1.328 


13,048 


6,742 


F 


9,453 


1,029 


211 


4,182 


110.21 


460.890 


411,269 


13,758 


14,136 


1,160 


10,961 


9,607 


M 


9,565 


997 


207 


4,266 


110.46 


471,167 


419,574 


14,954 


15,222 


1,170 


10,613 


9,634 


A 


9,597 


958 


217 


3,955 


110.33 


436,410 


385,689 


13.640 


15,159 


1,238 


9,491 


11,192 


M 


9,850 


856 


215 


4,135 


109.52 


452,894 


403,793 


14.052 


17,352 


1,350 


7,693 


8,653 


J 


10,046 


726 


191 


3,105 


107.42 


333,555 


294,516 


13.094 


16,729 


1,226 


331 


7,659 


J 


10,254 


685 


215 


2,869 


107.01 


307,015 


273,307 


11.964 


15,874 


1,158 


- 


4,711 


A 


10,249 


689 


206 


3,171 


107.58 


341,099 


304,800 


13.594 


18,098 


1,340 


28 


3,240 


S 


9,892 


602 


217 


2,487 


108.75 


270,459 


238.540 


11,625 


15,255 


1,172 


28 


3,838 





9,855 


620 


244 


2,630 


110.22 


289.898 


248,894 


11.870 


16,192 


1,365 


28 


11,549 


N 


9,865 


670 


310 


2,990 


111.47 


333.303 


284,490 


13.419 


20,058 


1,326 


1,994 


12,014 


D 


9,849 


787 


276 


2,853 


114.46 


326,546 


280,038 


11.122 


14,936 


998 


9,219 


10,233 


1979 J 


9,648 


945 


308 


4,667 


112.70 


525,946 


459.068 


14.978 


19,203 


1,417 


15,702 


15,577 


F 


9,662 


975 


198 


3,958 


108.09 


427,774 


371,365 


12,585 


14,829 


1,181 


12,328 


15,486 


M 


9,744 


948 


193 


3,979 


107 95 


429,490 


372,565 


13,627 


15,875 


1.237 


11,950 


14,236 


A 


9,749 


881 


189 


3,817 


108.09 


412,604 


356,244 


11.691 


15,858 


1,167 


11,227 


16,415 


M 


9,960 


743 


197 


3,603 


106.73 


384,525 


331.830 


12,821 


18,440 


1,255 


8,337 


11,841 


J 


10,134 


634 


173 


2,661 


105.11 


279,643 


239,692 


11,850 


17,091 


1,241 


351 


9,419 


J 


10,371 


588 


196 


2,677 


104 77 


280,497 


242,708 


11,495 


17,880 


1,244 


66 


7.103 


A 


10,395 


580 


165 


2.513 


105.97 


266.347 


229,492 


12,132 


18,274 


1,360 


47 


5,042 


S 


10,007 


500 


180 


2,059 


107 46 


221,273 


186,684 


10,245 


16,339 


1,225 


29 


6,751 





10,096 


500 


227 


2,365 


109 60 


259.214 


213,093 


12.089 


20,756 


1,432 


26 


11.818 


N 


10,082 


562 


302 


2,224 


111.61 


248.248 


204.463 


11,524 


17,892 


1,281 


1,784 


11,304 



'"Beneficiaries" refer to the number of persons receiving $1 00 or more in unemployment insurance benefit during a specific week each month 2Annual figures are averages 
of 12 months. 3prior to July 1971, includes adjustments for cancellation of warrants and collection of overpayments 4jrainees on courses approved by Canada Employ- 
ment and Immigration Commission 
Source: Statistical Report on the Operation of the Unemployment Insurance Act (73-001), Statistics Canada. 



Table 7: Help wanted index,] by region (1969= 100) 



Year 
and 
quarter 



Canada 



Atlantic 
Region 



Quebec 



Ontario 



Prairie 
Region 



British 
Columbia 



Seasonally adiusted 



730173 



730174 



730175 



730178 



1978 
1979 



165 
189 



139 
136 



205 
176 



113 
156 



227 
310 



147 
191 



1977 1 
2 
3 
4 



157 
150 
150 
152 



168 
166 
133 

136 



189 
181 
187 
197 



108 
103 
101 
102 



207 
195 
200 
189 



149 
144 
148 
144 



1978 1 
2 
3 



159 
154 
161 
187 



127 
132 
129 
167 



211 
190 
200 
219 



102 
105 
108 
137 



208 
206 
229 
266 



135 
144 
148 
161 



1979 1 
2 
3 
4 



179 
179 
196 
200 



152 
138 
123 
129 



193 
168 
160 

181 



145 
155 
159 
166 



258 
282 
354 
348 



153 
163 
228 
220 



'The index is based on a measure of the volume of help wanted advertising in 18 newspapers in maior metropolitan areas 
Source: Labour Division, Statistics Canada. 



48 



February 1980 

Table 8: Time lost in work stoppages, 1 by industry groups2 (thousand man-days3) 



Section 4-Table 8 









Fishing 


Mines, 










Manufacturing 












Year 




Food 
















Furniture 


Paper 
and 


and 






and 


quarries, 




and bev- 


Tobacco 








Knitting 






and 


allied 


month 


Total* 


Forestry 


trapping 


oil wells 


Total 


erages 


products 


Rubber 


Leather 


Textiles 


mills 


Clothing 


Wood 


fixtures 


industries 


D 


1601 


1602 


1603 


1604 


1605 


1606 


1607 


1608 


1609 


1610 


1611 


1612 


1613 


1614 


1615 


1977 


3,308.0 


22.2 


15.1 


91.0 


1,693 4 


166.6 


- 


38.6 


3.3 


47.3 


9.3 


19.9 


76.0 


33.5 


210.7 


1978 


7,392.9 


67.9 


1.2 


1,699.6 


2,528.0 


528.8 


0.4 


33.1 


10.6 


18.5 


7.5 


9.5 


114.4 


49.8 


79.1 


1977 N 


240.9 


_ 


_ 


0.2 


98.6 


8.5 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1.8 






6.6 


1.0 


1.3 


D 


353.1 


- 


- 


0.2 


84.3 


9.6 


- 


- 


- 


1.7 


- 


- 


8.1 


0.6 


0.2 


1978 J 


375.9 


_ 


— 


1.2 


105.0 


9.9 


_ 


_ 


0.6 


3.0 






8.1 


1.8 


4.1 


F 


276.9 


- 


- 


6.9 


121.3 


11.2 


- 


0.1 


1.5 


_ 


_ 


_ 


8.5 


2.5 


4.1 


M 


402.6 


2.8 


- 


91.0 


132.6 


18.2 


- 


0.6 


0.8 


1.4 


_ 


_ 


3.3 


3.6 


0.9 


A 


483.0 


10.1 


- 


170.6 


139.8 


19.4 


- 


— 


0.1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


5.5 


1.3 




M 


503.8 


0.7 


— 


171.3 


175.2 


22.7 


- 


_ 


1.1 


_ 


_ 


6.3 


7.7 


5.3 


0.5 


J 


670.4 


1.0 


— 


126.1 


268.0 


99.0 


- 


0.2 


_ 


5.2 


_ 


0.7 


9.4 


12.9 


1.8 


J 


974.5 


2.7 


1.2 


63.4 


374.3 


188.8 


- 


_ 


_ 


1.1 


_ 


_ 


6.2 


7.9 


17.3 


A 


1,039.3 


3.1 


- 


11.1 


405.9 


98.5 


- 


0.8 


1.1 


2.3 


_ 


_ 


8.9 


3.3 


10.8 


S 


773.9 


13.3 


- 


167.5 


2624 


17.7 


- 


11.7 


0.4 


3.2 


_ 


0.3 


13.9 


1.9 


3.6 





841.7 


16.6 


- 


302.9 


252.7 


19.0 


- 


7.3 


3.2 


2.3 


_ 


_ 


21.0 


7.9 


8.0 


N 


579.8 


10.9 


- 


298.3 


172.1 


17.5 


- 


8.7 


1.8 


- 


3.2 


0.7 


12.9 


1.4 


13.0 


D 


471.1 


6.7 


- 


289.3 


118.7 


6.9 


0.4 


3.7 


- 


- 


4.3 


1.5 


9.0 


- 


15.0 


1979 J 


537.2 


7.7 


_ 


305.9 


135.8 


5.5 


_ 


3.6 


0.2 


_ 


5.0 


1.7 


21.5 




20.9 


F 


480.3 


7.0 


- 


273.9 


126.7 


5.3 


- 


3.2 


- 


- 


0.9 


1.5 


10.0 


1.1 


28.5 


M 


667.5 


15.3 


- 


290.9 


271.2 


18.9 


- 


2.6 


2.4 


12.5 


_ 


4.4 


16.5 


2.2 


26.4 


A 


694.0 


7.0 


- 


289.0 


318.0 


23.9 


— 


3.0 


4.6 


5.5 


— 


4.0 


17.2 


2.1 


27.8 


M 


765.9 


7.7 


- 


293.2 


337.7 


29.9 


- 


2.1 


1.4 


- 


_ 


2.5 


20.5 


6.5 


61.2 


J 


702.3 


9.2 


— 


63.4 


441.5 


9.5 


- 


4.0 


- 


0.9 


0.2 


2.3 


35.3 


7.9 


48.1 


J 


828.8 


3.5 


0.5 


7.0 


504.1 


298 


- 


2.4 


- 


0.8 


- 


3.7 


75.3 


7.4 


86.6 


A 


851.8 


8.2 


- 


7.8 


480.3 


55.4 


— 


1.2 


— 


1.8 


— 


3.2 


7.6 


5.5 


75.3 


S 


425.5 


6.7 


— 


16.1 


211.3 


21.6 


— 


7.6 


1.8 


2.4 


_ 


0.2 


3.9 


2.3 


27.2 





584.2 


10.8 


- 


12.8 


188.4 


5.2 


- 


7.9 


0.1 


0.9 


- 


- 


5.1 


5.6 


25.1 












Manufacturing 


















Commu- 
nity, 
business 






















Misc 












Trans- 




Non- 


Petro- 




manufac- 






Trade 


and 


Year 






Metal 




portation 


Elec- 


metallic 


leum 


Chemical 


turing 










personal 
service 


and 




Primary 


fabri- 


Ma- 


equip- 


trical 


mineral 


and coal 


indus- 


indus- 


Con- 


Transpor- 


Whole- 




month 


Printings 


metals 


cating 


chinery 


ment 


products 


products 


products 


tries 


tries 


struction 


tations 


sale 


Retail 


industries 


D 


1616 


1617 


1618 


1619 


1620 


1621 


1622 


1623 


1624 


1625 


1626 


1627 


1628 


1629 


1630 


1977 


167.8 


108.0 


159.8 


77.7 


291.0 


101.9 


109.9 


2.0 


37.4 


12.7 


405.2 


527.2 


48.5 


80.2 


435.6 


1978 


293.2 


237.5 


164.2 


34.1 


546.5 


273.3 


92.0 


2.7 


47.1 


8.4 


1,232.5 


946.0 


81.1 


164.9 


671.8 


1977 N 


43.7 


6.4 


10.3 


0.6 


10.6 


0.3 


7.6 


_ 


_ 


0.1 


2.5 


98.8 


3.2 


6.5 


31.1 


D 


40.5 


3.5 


7.7 


2.7 


3.9 


0.1 


5.7 


- 


- 


- 


3.4 


225.0 


3.9 


12.6 


24.0 


1978 J 


43.6 


1.0 


5.1 


1.9 


14.7 


1.5 


85 


1.2 


_ 


_ 


5.9 


222.9 


5.4 


10.6 


24.9 


F 


40.4 


6.1 


7.2 


1.2 


30.5 


5.9 


7.9 


- 


- 


0.1 


4.6 


99.3 


3.7 


9.7 


31.3 


M 


42.6 


7.0 


8.1 


1.2 


36.7 


4.1 


7.6 


— 


_ 


2.9 


5.7 


63.1 


3.3 


11.3 


92.9 


A 


41.0 


6.1 


9.6 


2.2 


52.6 


2.4 


2.4 


0.3 


2.6 


0.3 


6.6 


50.6 


1.6 


2.6 


101.1 


M 


14.3 


7.7 


12.0 


3.5 


45.8 


40.7 


4.1 


0.8 


2.4 


0.4 


51.0 


45.9 


5.7 


2.4 


51.6 


J 


9.7 


11.5 


18.1 


2.3 


28.5 


54.2 


10.9 


- 


2.7 


1.0 


122.0 


44.6 


10.0 


27.9 


70.8 


J 


7.1 


36.8 


12.2 


0.2 


29.0 


50.3 


10.6 


0.1 


5.8 


1.0 


424.7 


50.2 


6.5 


29.3 


22.3 


A 


7.9 


91.4 


16.3 


6.1 


76.7 


62.7 


10.3 


0.3 


8.3 


0.3 


468.2 


81.8 


14.2 


7.6 


47.4 


S 


7.2 


34.2 


29.1 


8.9 


81.2 


32.7 


8.0 


- 


7.3 


1.8 


103.2 


93.4 


13.1 


17.7 


103.3 





8.4 


26.7 


28.5 


3.7 


94.5 


10.0 


6.9 


- 


7.9 


0.2 


32.4 


167.3 


10.5 


30.0 


29.2 


N 


37.0 


1.5 


16.8 


1.5 


34.1 


7.0 


7.9 


- 


7.2 


0.1 


7.1 


13.4 


4.3 


12.1 


61.6 


D 


34.0 


7.5 


1.2 


1.4 


22.2 


1.8 


6.9 


- 


2.9 


0.2 


1.1 


13.5 


2.8 


3.7 


35.4 


1979 J 


31.4 


9.0 


2.3 


1.4 


22.8 


3.1 


5.9 


_ 


1.6 


_ 


4.2 


16.5 


4.0 


2.8 


58.4 


F 


29.8 


13.2 


3.5 


3.3 


15.1 


6.4 


3.4 


- 


1.5 


- 


0.5 


22.6 


7.5 


3.5 


37.4 


M 


31.1 


75.0 


20.6 


7.3 


23.2 


5.2 


18.9 


_ 


3.9 


0.3 


1.5 


30.2 


5.6 


15.6 


50.9 


A 


28.8 


890 


30.5 


9.8 


9.4 


15.3 


39.6 


— 


7.1 


0.3 


0.9 


20.8 


6.5 


12.8 


45.0 


M 


35.8 


62.6 


12.1 


1.9 


35.3 


18.6 


32.0 


7.4 


8.1 


0.1 


14.6 


27.4 


6.7 


10.7 


680 


J 


32.9 


187.5 


8.8 


1.8 


68.5 


14.4 


5.7 


9.0 


5.0 


- 


22.4 


72.1 


1.7 


9.2 


82.5 


J 


7.5 


202.5 


9.2 


3.0 


42.4 


11.6 


16.8 


0.8 


4.3 


- 


14.8 


204.2 


3.8 


12.6 


78.8 


A 


9.0 


218.7 


12.6 


3.3 


30.9 


11.8 


19.8 


— 


23.0 


1.2 


16.9 


274.3 


3.5 


14.3 


46.4 


S 


9.1 


54.4 


5.9 


5.0 


21.5 


9.5 


23.0 


- 


11.9 


4.6 


4.9 


111.3 


1.2 


37.0 


37.0 





93 


24.7 


3.0 


4.1 


65.3 


7.5 


20.0 


- 


2.1 


2.5 


3.4 


105.4 


0.8 


39.0 


223.6 



'Statistics on work stoppages include all strikes and lockouts whether legal or illegal, which last for one-half day or more and amount to 10 or more person-days of time lost 
Time lost by workers indirectly affected, such as those laid off because of a work stoppage by other employees, is not included Data is published 45 days after the end of 
reference month. 2jhe industry groups from January 1976 forward, are based on the 1970 Standard Industrial Classification. 3The number of person-days is calculated by 
multiplying the number of workers involved in a work-stoppage by the number of normal working days during the stoppage. Ad|ustments are made for establishments on shift 
work, etc 4j ne i t a | includes all work stoppages. The agriculture, finance, insurance and real estate and public administration and defence industries are not shown sepa- 
rately Should strikes occur in these industries, the time lost also will be shown in the total. includes publishing and allied industries. 6|ncludes storage and communica- 
tion industries 
Source: Research Bulletin, Labour Canada. 



49 



Section 4-Table 9 

Table 9: Employment indexes, i by industrial division (1961 = 100), based on the 1960 standard industrial classification 



February 1980 





Industrial 
composite? 


Forestry 


Mining 
including 

milling 




Manufacturing 




Con- 
struction 


Trans- 
portation, 
commu- 
nication 
and other 
utilities' 




Trade 




Finance, 

insurance 

and real 

estate 




Year 


Total 


Non- 
durable 
goods 


Durable 
goods 




month 


Total 


Wholesale 


Retail 


Service 4 


D 
D 


1315 
1327 


1316 
1328 


1317 
1329 


1318 
1330 


1319 
1331 


1320 
1332 


1321 
1333 


1322 
1334 


1339 

4852 


1323 
1335 


1324 
1336 


1325 
1337 


1326 
1338 


1977 
1978 


144.3 
146.5 


78.0 
81.4 


122.8 
119.1 


126.3 
127.6 


1169 
117.5 


137.8 
140.1 


110.9 
99 6 


130.1 
132.5 


169.6 
173.7 


155.3 
154.7 


177.4 
184.3 


194.5 
199.2 


250.1 
260.7 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 

1977 D 142.2 77.1 119.7 



123 1 



113.0 



135.5 



989 



127.2 



174.8 



152.6 



186.8 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



196.4 



245.9 



1978 J 


140.9 


67.7 


120.8 


122.9 


113.0 


135.1 


89.3 


125.9 


171.3 


153.0 


181.5 


195.7 


247.0 


F 


141.3 


68.0 


120.0 


123.2 


113.3 


135.4 


87.0 


127.4 


169.4 


152.6 


178.7 


196.4 


251.2 


M 


142.0 


61.9 


115.3 


124.8 


114.7 


137.2 


89.2 


127.5 


170.3 


153.0 


180.0 


197.0 


252.8 


A 


143.1 


59.9 


111.5 


125.5 


115.4 


137.9 


94.2 


129.3 


171.7 


153.3 


181.8 


197.2 


255.2 


M 


146.9 


796 


115.6 


128 4 


118.7 


140.5 


103.5 


133.1 


172.3 


154.2 


182.4 


198.0 


262.6 


J 


149.9 


96.6 


122.3 


130.0 


119.8 


142.7 


108.8 


136.7 


173.3 


156.5 


182.6 


199.7 


269.6 


J 


149.4 


97.6 


128.1 


129.0 


1193 


141.0 


108.2 


136.9 


170.3 


154.7 


179.0 


201.6 


270.9 


A 


150.4 


101.0 


128 6 


130.9 


122.2 


141.7 


108.2 


135.9 


172.0 


156.0 


180.8 


201.3 


271.2 


S 


149.9 


94.6 


117.4 


130.3 


120.8 


142.0 


109.8 


137.1 


174.3 


156.3 


184.3 


200.3 


266.5 


O 


149.6 


90.5 


117.5 


130.0 


119.5 


143.0 


108.0 


134 9 


177.5 


156.2 


189.3 


200.1 


2649 


N 


148.7 


83.7 


117.0 


129.3 


117.7 


143.6 


100.2 


133.7 


180.8 


156.3 


194.4 


201.1 


260.6 


D 


146.3 


75.1 


115.0 


127.3 


115.7 


141.6 


88.5 


131.5 


181.7 


154.8 


196 6 


201.5 


256.2 


1979 J 


144.9 


68.5 


117.3 


127.3 


115.7 


141.6 


82.2 


130.8 


176.0 


156.4 


186.9 


2025 


256.4 


F 


144.8 


67.5 


117.5 


128 


116.1 


142.7 


81.1 


1305 


173.5 


156.2 


183.1 


203.1 


258.4 


M 


145.6 


63.9 


118.8 


128.4 


116.6 


143.1 


83.7 


131.0 


174.0 


156.3 


183.8 


203.6 


262.0 


A 


146.8 


63.3 


117.3 


129.6 


117.9 


144.1 


87.8 


132.1 


175.7 


157 


186.0 


203.4 


262.7 


M 


151.1 


86.2 


122.9 


132.5 


120 8 


146.9 


98.7 


1358 


178.2 


160.0 


188.3 


204.8 


270.8 


J 


154.3 


96.8 


135.5 


134.7 


123.4 


148.7 


105.3 


1386 


178.6 


161.1 


188.3 


207.2 


277.6 


J 


154.2 


999 


138.8 


134.0 


123.0 


147.6 


1070 


138.4 


176 3 


160.7 


185.0 


208.1 


280.5 


A 


154.7 


101.3 


137.5 


134.7 


124.4 


147.4 


1084 


135 9 


178.4 


161.6 


187.6 


208.2 


2837 


S 


154.6 


964 


132.3 


134.1 


1235 


147.2 


108.5 


137.9 


181 3 


161 9 


192.1 


206.8 


278.9 


O 


154.2 


92.8 


133.0 


132.8 


121.4 


147.0 


106.5 


137.1 


183 5 


161.6 


195.7 


207.3 


279.5 


N 


152.9 


864 


133 2 


131.4 


119.3 


146.4 


978 


1365 


186.4 






207.8 


275.0 



M.C.D. 


1 


2 


3 


1 


1 


1 


3 


3 


1 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1977 D 


143.4 


82.8 


119.9 


125.3 


116.5 


136.5 


107.8 


129 9 


167.7 


153.5 


175.4 


197.0 


250.8 


1978 J 


145.1 


79.1 


121.7 


126.0 


116.8 


137.2 


103.5 


129.6 


172.2 


155.1 


181.8 


197.1 


257.5 


F 


145.9 


80.3 


120.8 


126.4 


116.8 


137.9 


101.1 


131.0 


173.4 


154.9 


183.6 


197.8 


261.0 


M 


145.7 


77.3 


116.7 


1265 


1169 


138 8 


101.5 


1306 


173.1 


155.2 


183 2 


197.7 


2597 


A 


145.5 


83.6 


115.0 


126 6 


116.5 


138.9 


101.0 


131.0 


172.8 


154 6 


182.5 


198 9 


2592 


M 


145.6 


84.1 


116.3 


1267 


117.2 


139 1 


100.8 


131.4 


1722 


153.5 


182 8 


197.3 


259.0 


J 


146.1 


82.4 


119.2 


1267 


115.9 


140.3 


102.3 


132.5 


173.2 


154.3 


183.5 


197.7 


258.9 


J 


147.0 


80.9 


123.8 


128.0 


117.2 


1407 


99.4 


1326 


174 4 


153.5 


186.1 


199.1 


261.5 


A 


147.4 


83.2 


125.4 


128.3 


118.0 


141.1 


97.0 


1326 


175.9 


154.6 


187.9 


200.8 


2598 


S 


147.5 


804 


119.2 


128.8 


118.3 


141.7 


98.3 


135.1 


174.7 


155.8 


185.0 


200.3 


261.8 


O 


1474 


81.5 


118.2 


1287 


118.5 


141.4 


97.8 


134.3 


174.1 


154.7 


184.8 


2000 


263.1 


N 


147.5 


81.6 


116.9 


129.2 


118 6 


142.1 


96.3 


135 1 


1743 


155.1 


185.2 


201.2 


262.8 


D 


148.1 


81.3 


1158 


129 9 


119.6 


1429 


975 


134.5 


175.0 


156 1 


185.3 


2026 


265.2 


1979 J 


149.2 


80.1 


118.1 


130.5 


119 6 


143.7 


95.3 


134.7 


176.9 


158 5 


187.1 


203.9 


267.3 


F 


149.3 


80.4 


118.6 


131.2 


119.6 


145.3 


95.3 


134.3 


176 4 


158.1 


186.6 


204.2 


2677 


M 


149.2 


82.4 


121.3 


130 2 


118.7 


144.7 


956 


134.7 


176.1 


157.9 


186.0 


204.3 


268.0 


A 


149.3 


87.4 


121.5 


130.8 


119.2 


145 2 


94.0 


134.1 


176.4 


158.0 


186 5 


2045 


265.8 


M 


149.9 


90.4 


123.8 


1307 


119.2 


1455 


96.0 


134.4 


178.0 


159.1 


188.6 


204.4 


2673 


J 


150 4 


82.5 


131.6 


131.4 


1200 


145.9 


97.4 


134.4 


178 5 


158.8 


189.3 


205.1 


267.4 


J 


151.5 


82.8 


133.5 


132.5 


120.8 


147.2 


98 2 


134.1 


180 5 


160.3 


191.7 


205.9 


270.3 


A 


151.2 


83.2 


132.4 


131.6 


119.8 


1463 


975 


132.6 


181.9 


160.2 


194.2 


2077 


272.5 


S 


152.0 


81.6 


133.6 


132.2 


120.8 


146.4 


976 


134.5 


1820 


161.3 


193.5 


206.8 


274.2 


O 


152.1 


82.9 


133.3 


131.7 


120.4 


145.5 


964 


136.0 


180 9 


160.3 


192.4 


207.3 


277.8 


N 


152.0 


83.5 


133.5 


131.5 


120.2 


145.1 


94.2 


137.6 


181.0 






207.8 


278.4 



'The data in Tables 9 to 16 are based on reports from lirms employing 20 persons or more in any month ot the year and relate to the last pay periods in the month Greater 
industrial and area detail and more explanatory notes are given in the source publication named below 2£xcludes agriculture. Iishing and trapping, education and related 
services, health and welfare services, religious organizations, private households, public administration and defence. 3|ncludes storage, electric power, gas and water utilities 
4Excludes domestic service. 
Source: Employment, Earnings and Hours (72-002), Statistics Canada. 



50 



February 1980 Section 4-Table 10 

Table 10: Employment indexes,' industrial composite, by province (1961 = 100), based on the 1960 standard industrial classification 



Year and 
month 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S, 


N.B. 


Que. 


Onl. 


Man 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


D 

D 


1363 
1374 


1364 
1375 


1365 
1376 


1366 
1377 


1367 
1378 


1368 
1379 


1369 
1380 


1370 
1381 


1371 
1382 


1372 
1383 


1373 
1384 


1977 
1978 


144.3 
146.5 


131.8 
126.3 


151.6 
153.8 


127.1 
133.3 


131.1 
134.9 


127.6 
127.0 


148.0 
151.2 


125.4 
124.9 


142.9 

143.4 


193.3 
203.3 


170.7 
173.7 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 
1977 D 142.2 125.1 



1437 



127.3 



126.9 



124.6 



147.2 



122.3 



140.3 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



192.9 



165.8 



1978 J 


140.9 


119.1 


132.4 


125.1 


122.6 


122.9 


146.7 


121.1 


136.2 


193.0 


163.9 


F 


141.3 


117.2 


136.4 


125.2 


122.8 


122.6 


146.8 


120.7 


136.6 


193.3 


168.6 


M 


142.0 


111.5 


136.8 


124.4 


123.2 


122.9 


147.5 


120.8 


137.4 


194.7 


172.3 


A 


143.1 


111.7 


148.9 


126.6 


1246 


123.9 


148.7 


122.5 


138.9 


196.0 


172.6 


M 


146.9 


121.5 


162.8 


132.0 


137.2 


127.4 


151.9 


125.0 


143.2 


201.8 


174.4 


J 


149.9 


131.0 


169.2 


137.6 


144.7 


130.8 


154.1 


125.8 


147.6 


207.0 


176.2 


J 


149.4 


139.9 


168.0 


138.6 


145.5 


129.4 


152.8 


127.1 


147.3 


208.9 


177.1 


A 


150.4 


139.8 


168 9 


139.5 


144.3 


130 4 


153.9 


127.9 


147.4 


209.6 


179.1 


S 


149.9 


138.6 


162.2 


140.8 


144.5 


129.9 


153.4 


128.4 


148.3 


208.8 


177.7 


O 


149.6 


132.6 


158.7 


138.2 


141.4 


129.4 


153.8 


128.3 


147.7 


210.1 


176.1 


N 


148.7 


127.6 


150.5 


137.6 


137.3 


128.3 


153.6 


126.8 


147.3 


209.6 


174.4 


D 


1463 


124.7 


150.6 


133.7 


131.0 


125.7 


151.6 


124.1 


143.0 


206.9 


172.5 


1979 J 


144.9 


120.7 


142.4 


131.2 


127.1 


124.7 


150.3 


122.8 


140.9 


205.9 


171.7 


F 


144.8 


122.0 


142.0 


131.5 


125.8 


124.5 


150.2 


122.8 


140.8 


205.2 


172.1 


M 


145.6 


120.3 


144.6 


132.6 


124.6 


124.7 


150.9 


123.9 


142.7 


207.9 


174.8 


A 


146.8 


125.4 


150.8 


135.8 


125.7 


125.8 


152.0 


125.1 


141.9 


207.5 


176.7 


M 


151.1 


1348 


168.5 


1400 


138.2 


129.5 


155.6 


127.7 


148.0 


215.8 


180.2 


J 


154.3 


144.5 


180.1 


143.3 


143.3 


131.7 


158.8 


131.2 


154.2 


222.5 


181.7 


J 


154.2 


149.2 


179.8 


144.8 


144.2 


129.9 


158.3 


131.4 


155.9 


225.5 


184.7 


A 


154.7 


148.9 


187.1 


144.8 


145.2 


130.7 


158.1 


132.7 


155.5 


226.7 


186.6 


S 


154.6 


143.1 


178.9 


144.9 


144.5 


131.4 


158.2 


132.1 


154.2 


225.4 


185.3 


O 


154 2 


137.7 


177.4 


143.5 


139.2 


131.1 


157.9 


133.0 


153.5 


227.0 


185.1 


N 


152.9 


132.3 


168.9 


141.1 


136.6 


129.6 


157.4 


131.7 


152.8 


2246 


183.4 



M.C.D 


1 


4 


4 


4 


4 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1977 D 


143.4 


129.3 


153.4 


128.6 


131.5 


125.7 


148.1 


123.8 


141.7 


193.9 


166.5 


1978 J 


145.1 


132.2 


151.6 


130.4 


131.8 


126.5 


150.1 


124.7 


141.5 


199.5 


168.6 


F 


145.9 


128.1 


158.6 


131.2 


133.7 


126.7 


150.6 


124.8 


142.2 


199.2 


173.2 


M 


145.7 


121.6 


159.5 


129.5 


133.4 


126.4 


150.8 


124.3 


142.7 


199.7 


173.2 


A 


145.5 


119.2 


164.1 


129.5 


133.3 


126.2 


150.4 


124.8 


142.8 


200.7 


172.1 


M 


145.6 


123.5 


155.2 


131.0 


136.2 


126.2 


150.7 


124.1 


142.2 


201.2 


172.9 


J 


146.1 


122.5 


152.8 


133.2 


135.5 


127.0 


150.7 


122.9 


143.4 


202.3 


174.4 


J 


147.0 


129.2 


148.1 


133.7 


1349 


127.5 


151.5 


124.5 


141.5 


203.2 


175.3 


A 


147.4 


128.7 


147.1 


135.0 


133.0 


127.9 


151.6 


125.1 


143.0 


203.8 


176.6 


S 


147.5 


128.7 


148.7 


138.0 


136 3 


127.4 


151.7 


125.4 


145.3 


204.4 


176.3 


O 


147.4 


127.0 


152.3 


135.5 


138.1 


127.6 


151.9 


126.3 


145.2 


207.3 


174.1 


N 


147.5 


125.4 


151.7 


136.0 


136.5 


127.3 


152.2 


125.9 


146.1 


208.8 


174.1 


D 


148.1 


128.9 


160.8 


136.1 


136.3 


127.2 


153.1 


126.0 


145.2 


209.7 


174.1 


1979 J 


1492 


134.0 


163.1 


136.7 


136.6 


128.4 


153.8 


126.5 


146.4 


212.8 


176.6 


F 


149 3 


132.1 


162.7 


137.7 


136.7 


128.6 


153.7 


126.9 


146.3 


210.9 


176.2 


M 


149.2 


133.2 


165 6 


138.7 


135.0 


128 2 


153.9 


127.5 


148.0 


212.7 


175.6 


A 


149.3 


135.2 


163.2 


139.4 


134.6 


128.2 


153.7 


127.3 


145.6 


211.8 


177.3 


M 


149.9 


137.2 


158.7 


139.5 


136.8 


128.5 


154.3 


126.8 


147.1 


215.0 


179.1 


J 


150.4 


136.8 


162.3 


138 6 


133.6 


127.8 


155.4 


128.5 


149.7 


217.6 


179.2 


J 


151.5 


136.8 


160.1 


139.8 


133.8 


127.6 


156.9 


128.8 


151.4 


219.7 


181.5 


A 


151.2 


135.2 


165.3 


139.8 


134.5 


127.6 


155.8 


129.9 


151.3 


221.3 


182.0 


S 


152.0 


132 9 


166.2 


141.6 


136.1 


128.8 


156.5 


129.0 


150.5 


221.6 


182.3 


O 


152.1 


131.9 


171.5 


140.5 


135.1 


129.2 


156.1 


130.3 


150.5 


223.8 


183.0 


N 


152.0 


130 6 


172.5 


139.1 


136.1 


128.9 


156.2 


130.8 


150.8 


2239 


184.2 



'The data in Tables 9 to 16 are based on reports from lirms employing 20 persons or more in any month of the year and relate to the last pay periods in the month Greater 
industrial and area detail and more explanatory notes are given in the source publication named below The Industrial Composite is the sum of all industries except agricul- 
ture, fishing and trapping, education and related services, health and welfare services, religious organizations, private households and public administration and defence. 
Source: Employment, Earnings and Hours (72402), Statistics Canada. 



51 



Section 4-Tables 11 and 12 February 1980 

Table 11: Employment indexes, i by manufacturing industry2 (1961 = 100), based on the 1960 standard industrial classification 











Non-durable manufacture 


g3 










Durable manufacturing 




















Paper 


Petro- 


Chemi- 
cals 








Metal 
























and 


leum 


and 






Primary 


fabri- 


Machin- 


Transpor- 




Non- 


Year 




Food 


Rubber 


Leather 


Textile 




allied 


and 


chem- 




Furniture 


metal 


cating 


ery, (ex 


tation 


Elec- 


metallic 


and 




and 


prod- 


prod- 


prod- 




indus- 


coal 


ical 


Wood 


and 


indus- 


indus- 


elec- 


equip- 


trical 


mineral 


montr 




leverages 


ucts 


ucts 


ucts 


Clothing 


tries 


products 


products 


products 


fixtures 


tries 


tries 


trical) 


ment 


products 


products 




D 


1407 


1408 


1409 


1410 


1411 


1412 


1413 


1414 


1415 


1416 


1417 


1418 


1419 


1420 


1421 


1422 


1977 




111,2 


127.5 


74.9 


105.9 


107.6 


128.9 


120.0 


128.8 


130.8 


125.3 


130.8 


135.0 


163.1 


159.0 


127.9 


121.3 


1978 




111.6 


124.1 


78.9 


107.2 


108.2 


129.4 


128.9 


129.7 


134.9 


125.2 


132.9 


134.3 


164.1 


168.9 


126.9 


120.5 


1977 


N 


109.7 


124.4 


72.7 


107.4 


105.2 


127.1 


124.7 


128.4 


132.8 


126 


130.6 


134.9 


160.4 


164.9 


126.8 


121.0 




D 


103.9 


123.0 


70.8 


106.3 


102.0 


127.2 


123.6 


127.7 


127.9 


124.6 


129.7 


130.4 


158.1 


162.0 


123.4 


116.4 


1978 


J 


102.3 


125.3 


72.5 


106.6 


104.6 


125.5 


123.5 


127.2 


126.0 


122.6 


130.3 


130.1 


159.5 


162.0 


124.3 


112.1 




F 


102.1 


122.3 


74.4 


106.6 


107.1 


125.7 


122.8 


127.3 


127.6 


122.6 


129.4 


129.9 


160.4 


162.2 


124.0 


113.9 




M 


105.6 


124.1 


76.7 


107.1 


107.1 


127.4 


122.6 


127.8 


130.1 


122.1 


131.1 


130.9 


161.7 


165.2 


126.2 


115.2 




A 


107.6 


124.8 


77.2 


106.4 


108.0 


127.2 


123.8 


129.2 


131.8 


122.8 


132.7 


131.8 


161.4 


165.9 


125.6 


116.3 




M 


114.4 


123.5 


79.6 


107.1 


109.2 


130.6 


130.3 


131.2 


135.8 


122.0 


136.1 


132.9 


166.3 


169 6 


124.7 


122.2 




J 


114.9 


123.5 


80.0 


107.5 


110.6 


134.2 


129.7 


131.5 


138.9 


122.9 


138.2 


135.6 


165.5 


172.9 


126.3 


125.2 




J 


117.8 


122.2 


81.1 


105.7 


106.5 


131.4 


130.3 


131.9 


138.8 


123.5 


137.1 


133.3 


162.1 


169.1 


124.9 


125.2 




A 


124.8 


123.7 


82.2 


105.5 


109.0 


133.2 


138.3 


131.7 


140.5 


126.3 


136.1 


136.5 


162 9 


166.9 


126.2 


126.4 




S 


119.8 


123.7 


81.9 


107.6 


110.2 


131.3 


133.3 


129.7 


139.1 


127.7 


131.6 


136.5 


165.0 


170.2 


129.1 


125.7 







114.8 


124.2 


81.5 


108.8 


110.4 


129.4 


131.6 


130.0 


138.4 


1299 


130.8 


137.6 


166 4 


173.2 


130.7 


124.8 




N 


110.3 


125.6 


80.5 


109.4 


109.5 


128.2 


130.9 


130.2 


137.6 


129.8 


130.7 


1389 


169.5 


175.7 


131.6 


121.5 




D 


105.3 


126.8 


79.4 


108.4 


106.5 


128.5 


130.1 


129.2 


133.7 


129.6 


130.2 


137.1 


168.7 


174.1 


128.8 


117.2 


1979 


J 


104.4 


128.1 


80.9 


108.6 


109.2 


126.5 


130.2 


129.6 


132.8 


128.9 


130.8 


138.0 


169.1 


1762 


127.0 


114.7 




F 


103.6 


128.6 


82.0 


108.3 


110.0 


127.3 


130.1 


130.1 


135.2 


127.9 


130.7 


138 6 


171.1 


178.2 


128.1 


114.8 




M 


104.8 


129.3 


81.5 


107.9 


109 7 


128 2 


130.0 


130.3 


135.6 


129 3 


130.3 


139.5 


171.5 


179.4 


127.1 


115.6 




A 


108.1 


129.3 


82.2 


108 8 


109.7 


128.9 


130.3 


131.8 


135.7 


128.7 


131.3 


140.6 


174.0 


181.2 


127.6 


117.7 




M 


114.3 


131.2 


83.4 


110.3 


110.7 


131.2 


135.8 


134.2 


138.2 


131.4 


134.8 


142.3 


177.2 


182.1 


130.1 


126.5 




J 


119.7 


132.0 


84.6 


110.9 


111.2 


134.7 


137.9 


135.8 


141.2 


1325 


134.6 


144.2 


179.8 


182 


133.0 


131.4 




J 


122.4 


131.4 


82.4 


108.8 


107.7 


134.1 


138.2 


134.3 


141.3 


129.6 


134.9 


141.9 


179.5 


180.1 


132.9 


129.2 




A 


125.7 


132.7 


82.8 


110.7 


109.4 


133.5 


136.6 


133.4 


142.8 


133.4 


133.0 


143.0 


178.5 


177.0 


133.1 


130.2 




S 


123.4 


131.3 


82.3 


111.5 


110.0 


132.2 


135.6 


132 4 


140.7 


134.4 


137.9 


143.5 


178.0 


173.1 


133.4 


128.3 




o 


116.6 


131.2 


81.2 


110.8 


108.6 


131.2 


134.5 


132.8 


139.4 


135.1 


138.6 


143.6 


180 5 


170.0 


133.7 


129.3 



'See footnote 1 and source in Table 10. ^Ernploymenl indexes in total manufacturing and in its total durable and non-durable components are given in Table 9 3|n addition 
to those listed, tobacco products; knitting mills, printing, publishing and allied; and miscellaneous manufacturing industries are included in non-durable manufacturing 4f£xcept 
machinery and transportation equipment industries 

Table 12: Average weekly wages and salaries,' by industrial division, 
based on the 1960 standard industrial classification (dollars) 





















Transport- 






















Manufacturing 






ation. 


















Mining, 










commu- 
nication 


Trade 




Finance, 
insurance 




Year 




Non- 






and 




Industrial 
composite 


Forestry 


including 
milling 


Total 


durable 
goods 


Durable 
goods 


Con- 
struction 


and other 
utilities 






and real 
estate 




montr 


Wholesale 


Retail 


Service 




D 


1439 


1440 


1441 


1442 


1443 


1444 


1445 


1446 


1447 


1448 


1449 


1450 


1977 




249.95 


312.81 


348.12 


266 04 


248.39 


284.66 


36988 


291 15 


247.81 


164.00 


229.57 


171.28 


1978 




265.37 


326.48 


376.40 


285.67 


266.13 


305.97 


38964 


313.28 


264.32